The latest issue of The Blue Ridge Business Journal is out today. On the cover: A story about the debate over swipe fees for debit cards, which pits retailers against banks.
Also of note: An interview with state Secretary of Natural Resources Douglas Domenech, who calls himself a “granola Republican” but also has unkind words for the EPA.
In this issue, we’re also kicking off our annual “20 Under 40″ awards. You can find the nomination form here. The deadline is August 2.
If you’re a subscriber, your copy should be arriving in the mail today (or may have arrived on Saturday.) If you’re not a subscriber, you can pick up a copy at any of our 15 rack locations.
Subscriptions to the business journal are free. You can sign up here.
Also, a reminder: We’re offering a digital download of our annual Book of Lists, with expanded and updated listings from those in the print edition. We have more details here.