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Firm pairs succession with sesquicentennial

Firm pairs succession with sesquicentennial

Michael Schwartz April 19, 2013 0

There’s a new face in the top office of one of Richmond’s oldest financial firms

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Trading Day: Inside local SEC filings for 4.18.13

Trading Day: Inside local SEC filings for 4.18.13

Michael Schwartz April 18, 2013 0

More big paydays reported at CarMax and Genworth, including details of severance agreements for outgoing execs. And a local REIT gets a break in a class action suit it had been fighting in federal

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Clinic’s loan turns into legal nightmare

Clinic’s loan turns into legal nightmare

Michael Schwartz April 16, 2013 0

A fight between a bank and a defunct Charlottesville sleep clinic has spilled over into Richmond

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Bank executive lands in smaller pond

Bank executive lands in smaller pond

Michael Schwartz April 16, 2013 0

The recently displaced head of SunTrust’s Richmond operations has landed a new gig.

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New store puts a twist on Richmond spiders

New store puts a twist on Richmond spiders

Michael Schwartz April 15, 2013 0

Critters have invaded Lakeside.

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Restaurant space needs a new recipe

Restaurant space needs a new recipe

Michael Schwartz April 14, 2013 0

A remnant of a bankrupt restaurateur’s holdings is on the market.

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Weiman’s owners are ready to play ball

Weiman’s owners are ready to play ball

Michael Schwartz April 12, 2013 23

The assets of the 70-year-old Richmond bakery, including its 9,000-square-foot building in Shockoe Bottom, are on the market

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Southside golf courses drive toward merger

Southside golf courses drive toward merger

Michael Schwartz April 11, 2013 1

A group of investors and Chesterfield country club members have a new club in their bag

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SportsQuest’s creditors get more bad news

SportsQuest’s creditors get more bad news

Michael Schwartz April 11, 2013 1

The quest to salvage any assets from the failed founder of a Chesterfield sports complex came up dry.

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