The Morning Brief 07.04.07

Happy July 4th everyone. Here's some of the local business stories that appeared in today's paper.

* Loudoun supervisors fight Virginia's $400 million roads plan, saying they oppose setting up a special panel to make decisions about levying taxes and imposing fees. The challenge could slow work on the Fairfax Parkway, widening the Prince William Parkway and $11 million worth of improvements in Loudoun.

* Buyout king KKR files for an initial public offering, heating up speculation once again that Carlyle Group may follow.

* McLean wireless firm LCC cuts about 60 jobs.

* Sale of U.S. Foodservice is complete.

By Dan Beyers  |  July 4, 2007; 8:03 AM ET  | Category:  Morning Brief
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