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West End accounting firm grabs more of Baltimore

West End accounting firm grabs more of Baltimore

Michael Schwartz March 23, 2016 0

The height of tax season isn’t stopping a local accounting firm from striking deals. PBMares, which moved its headquarters to Richmond in 2013 after a large merger, announced this week a deal to absorb

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Downtown firm readies $30M offering

Downtown firm readies $30M offering

Michael Schwartz March 22, 2016 0

Another Richmond company has its eye on the stock market. Medalist Properties, a downtown private equity firm that invests in commercial real estate, is in the process of creating a REIT that will look

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Hard Hat Happy Hour: Party time at Gateway Plaza

Hard Hat Happy Hour: Party time at Gateway Plaza

Michael Schwartz March 18, 2016 1

BizSense brought a small army to downtown's newest tower on Wednesday night - and a party broke out

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A call to RVA’s most generous companies

A call to RVA’s most generous companies

Michael Schwartz March 17, 2016 0

It’s year three for Generosity Inc., BizSense’s annual rankings of Richmond’s top corporate donors

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Local firm begins its IPO push

Local firm begins its IPO push

Michael Schwartz March 16, 2016 0

A Richmond real estate company has officially gone public with its bid to raise $30 million

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Genworth to pay $219M to resolve lawsuit

Genworth to pay $219M to resolve lawsuit

Michael Schwartz March 14, 2016 0

Continuing to claim the suit is without merit, the Henrico County-based company said it will pay $219 million to resolve the case filed by a Michigan retirement fund in late

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Bank gets green light for Libbie Mill outpost

Bank gets green light for Libbie Mill outpost

Michael Schwartz March 9, 2016 0

As it works to complete its new local headquarters downtown, TowneBank is moving forward with another new location at a major development to the west. The Hampton Roads-based bank last month received approval from

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Local couple pleads guilty, avoids stimulus trial

Local couple pleads guilty, avoids stimulus trial

Michael Schwartz March 8, 2016 0

In a twist, just days before they were set to face trial in Richmond federal court, a local husband-and-wife team of entrepreneurs has pleaded guilty in a case that questioned whether they abused a

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Local bank CEO steps down, spins off student loan startup

Local bank CEO steps down, spins off student loan startup

Michael Schwartz March 3, 2016 0

Jack Zoeller is going back full-on into startup mode. The founder of Cordia Bancorp, parent of Midlothian-based Bank of Virginia, has relinquished his role as CEO of the company in conjunction with his purchase

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