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A new stat to track

A new stat to track

Michael Schwartz October 1, 2012 1

C&F Bank is offering a certificate of a deposit with a rate of return that goes up each time the William and Mary football team wins

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Bank branch planned in Innsbrook

Bank branch planned in Innsbrook

Michael Schwartz September 21, 2012 0

Capitol One might soon have a second Richmond location for you to deposit what’s in your wallet

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Dawson’s debut

Dawson’s debut

Michael Schwartz September 21, 2012 4

Ellwood Thompson’s is finally opening its new store.

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What happened to the money?

What happened to the money?

Michael Schwartz September 20, 2012 2

At his sentencing hearing, convicted fraudster John Ross Greer’s home and health are shown to be in disrepair, leaving a big question

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Trading Day: Inside local SEC filings for 9.20.12

Trading Day: Inside local SEC filings for 9.20.12

Michael Schwartz September 20, 2012 0

Several local executives cash in on sizeable stock options this week. And a local REIT leverages three of its properties for a big new loan.

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New branch set to sprout

New branch set to sprout

Michael Schwartz September 19, 2012 0

An out-of-town bank has the green light from regulators to build a branch near a proposed retail development in Chesterfield County.

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Lawyers go where the oil flows

Lawyers go where the oil flows

Michael Schwartz September 18, 2012 0

Several local lawyers recently made the leap from one of the oldest legal institutions in Richmond to the one of the fastest growing firms in town.

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Block party

Block party

Michael Schwartz September 18, 2012 3

The spoils of two convicted Richmond scammers will soon be up for grabs at an auction that coincides with an anniversary celebration.

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Monday Q&A: Meet the man who saved the fair

Monday Q&A: Meet the man who saved the fair

Michael Schwartz September 17, 2012 0

Mark Lovell, the proud new owner of the State Fair of Virginia, talks about the vice he indulged after his big purchase and some of the obstacles his new enterprise faces. (Hint: If you

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