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BizSense adds reporter

Aaron Kremer May 20, 2010 2

Richmond BizSense has a new reporter.

Michael Schwartz joined RBS this week to cover banking, finance and general assignments. This is a huge step for us and will help immensely to round out the breadth of our reporting.

Michael, who studied journalism at Old Dominion University, moved here from Hampton Roads, where he worked at the Virginian-Pilot and the weekly business newspaper Inside Business.

While at Inside Business, Michael wrote several investigative series, including pieces on the demise of Waterside Capital and Geeks on Call.

If you’d like to meet Michael, we will be hosting a casual happy hour Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. in the downstairs game room at Capital Ale House downtown. Please come welcome him to Richmond.

Or you can email him at [email protected]

Aaron Kremer is the BizSense editor. Please send news tips to Editor (at) richmondbizsense.com.

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2 Comments »

  1. Bruce Hobart May 20, 2010 at 7:48 am - Reply

    Congratulations Michael AND BizSense! I look forward to this “news feed” every morning. It gives me a quick look at the events from a wide variety of sources. I depend on it to jump start my day.

    Bruce

  2. Fact Checker May 20, 2010 at 10:34 am - Reply

    You really need to check your facts.

    Michael has written several pieces on Geeks On Call America and Geeks On Call Holdings.
    Those companies are gone.

    Geeks On Call however is alive and well and if you had checked your facts you would find that the Geeks On Call brand has new owners and new management. They are growing again and are still the only truly organized group of technology experts that offer 100% on-site service to both residential and small business owners.

    So, Good Luck To Michael, and please check you facts before you write about a company. People count on their journalists for accurate information.

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