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Bank maintains its turnaround trajectory

Bank maintains its turnaround trajectory

Michael Schwartz November 26, 2013 0

A local bank has chipped off another chunk of

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In wake of embezzlement, liquidation looms

In wake of embezzlement, liquidation looms

Michael Schwartz November 25, 2013 0

A local insurance company that has been under state control for the past two years could be headed for liquidation.

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Banks move toward resolution of lawsuit

Banks move toward resolution of lawsuit

Michael Schwartz November 21, 2013 0

A settlement is in the works to end a class action lawsuit tied to a massive Richmond banking deal

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Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 11.21.13

Michael Schwartz November 21, 2013 0

Big stock options for a local CEO. An area executive resigns from a post, and more.

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Lawyers strike back in clash with ex-firm

Lawyers strike back in clash with ex-firm

Michael Schwartz November 19, 2013 1

Two local lawyers have thrown a counterpunch after being sued by their former firm

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Firm shows its incoming leaders the money

Firm shows its incoming leaders the money

Michael Schwartz November 18, 2013 0

Some sizeable pay packages are teed up for the incoming bosses of a Glen Allen firm

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Local company cracks the N.Va. market

Local company cracks the N.Va. market

Michael Schwartz November 15, 2013 1

A busy Richmond sign company picks up a Manassas-based firm's facility and book of business.

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Seeking ‘bigger game,’ the ice man sell-eth

Seeking ‘bigger game,’ the ice man sell-eth

Michael Schwartz November 14, 2013 0

A local ice company proved to be a hot commodity on the M&A market

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Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 11.14.13

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 11.14.13

Michael Schwartz November 14, 2013 0

More than $60M worth of acquisitions for a local REIT. More furloughs for workers of a Richmond coal mining firm. And some big money options cashed out by local insiders.

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