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Longtime local bookkeeping firm acquired by West End peer

Longtime local bookkeeping firm acquired by West End peer

Michael Schwartz June 5, 2017 0

A year after buying a piece of a local chocolate maker, Dan Steiner is in deal-making mode again, this time acquiring a bookkeeping competitor

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Drive Shack golf range gets initial thumbs up in Goochland

Drive Shack golf range gets initial thumbs up in Goochland

Michael Schwartz June 2, 2017 2

The fate of a $25 million golf and entertainment venue planned near Short Pump now rests in the hands of the Goochland County Board of Supervisors

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‘Scott’s Addition is on fire’: More office space fills out

‘Scott’s Addition is on fire’: More office space fills out

Michael Schwartz June 1, 2017 1

The planned conversion of three aging office properties on West Marshall Street into modern workspaces has topped off its first phase of leasing

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$25M driving range near Short Pump heads to planning commission

$25M driving range near Short Pump heads to planning commission

Michael Schwartz June 1, 2017 3

A high-tech, three-story golf and entertainment venue planned in Goochland County is facing the first of two important hurdles

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Bank shutters downtown branch

Bank shutters downtown branch

Michael Schwartz May 31, 2017 1

A national banking giant has slimmed down its presence in downtown Richmond after closing an outpost in the Wytestone Plaza building

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Nonprofit lender heads for Henrico

Nonprofit lender heads for Henrico

Michael Schwartz May 26, 2017 0

For the Richmond employees of a nonprofit financial holding company, coming back from the Memorial Day break on Tuesday will mean showing up for work at a new office

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Law firm jumps closer to river in former accountants’ digs

Law firm jumps closer to river in former accountants’ digs

Michael Schwartz May 25, 2017 0

A downtown Richmond law practice has a new view of the city – its first change of scenery in more than 20 years

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Xenith prunes two branches ahead of Union deal

Xenith prunes two branches ahead of Union deal

Michael Schwartz May 24, 2017 0

In the midst of negotiating a $700 million deal to be acquired by one of its larger Richmond-based peers, the local bank also was doing some branch trimming

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Union, Xenith the latest banks to get hitched

Union, Xenith the latest banks to get hitched

Michael Schwartz May 22, 2017 7

For at least the third time in as many weeks, a regional merger is shaking up the banking ranks in Richmond and across the state

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