Healthy investment: Goldman Sachs made a $30 million minority investment in Credible Behavioral Health, a Rockville-based company specializing in electronic health records and other services for the mental health industry.
Splitting up: Gannett has finalized plans to split in two on June 29. Its publishing side will take the existing corporate name and be led by Robert Dickey. The broadcasting and digital side will become Tegna, and will be led by current chief executive Gracia Martore.
Sun power: Amazon Web Services will team with Community Energy to build an 80-megawatt solar farm in Accomack County, Va., the state’s largest. (Amazon chief executive Jeffrey P. Bezos owns The Washington Post.)