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LandAmerica bankruptcy coming to a close

LandAmerica bankruptcy coming to a close

Michael Schwartz July 29, 2015 1

The collapsed financial firm plans to make its creditor payouts before the end of this year, with only one major asset left to unload: a palatial mountaintop mansion outside San Diego.

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With green light from FAA, drone startup takes flight

With green light from FAA, drone startup takes flight

Michael Thompson July 27, 2015 5

Armed with 10 camera-equipped drones, a startup is taking off into national airspace and diving into the recent trend surrounding the high-tech flying vehicles

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Longtime clothier pulled into Ledbury fold

Longtime clothier pulled into Ledbury fold

Michael Thompson July 22, 2015 3

After more than 100 years in business, a West End custom shirt shop has been absorbed by the young, but rapidly growing, men's clothing maker

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Hardywood deal marks big win for office park

Hardywood deal marks big win for office park

Jonathan Spiers July 21, 2015 0

Hardywood's $28 million Goochland plans are a big boon for the craft brew industry, and local developers Pruitt Cos. and Bill Goodwin's CCA Industries will also benefit from the massive planned facility.

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Henrico mall finally sold for $6.3M

Henrico mall finally sold for $6.3M

Katie Demeria July 20, 2015 12

A vacant mall property that has long been slated for a Walmart-anchored redevelopment project is finally getting off the ground following a sale last week.

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3-D printing startup takes shape in the Fan

3-D printing startup takes shape in the Fan

Michael Thompson July 20, 2015 0

After a few years of running an online store, a Boston couple relocated to Richmond to launch a brick-and-mortar location for their 3-D printing business.

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RVA 25 is back – with a bonus

RVA 25 is back – with a bonus

Michael Schwartz July 14, 2015 0

BizSense is gearing up for the third annual RVA 25 to recognize the fastest-growing companies in Richmond. But this time, we're giving some of the area's smaller businesses a chance to shine, too. Fill

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HDL reneges on VCU deal, trustee questions cash transfers

HDL reneges on VCU deal, trustee questions cash transfers

Katie Demeria July 10, 2015 1

Wading through Chapter 11, the lab company has backed out of a $4 million funding deal with VCU, and a hearing Thursday raised questions about past payouts to shareholders

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Usual suspects line up to buy bus depot

Usual suspects line up to buy bus depot

Michael Thompson July 9, 2015 0

Several of Richmond's most well-known developers and several out-of-town are hoping to get their hands on the GRTC property between Carytown and the Fan

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Investment firm caps $350M fund

Investment firm caps $350M fund

Michael Schwartz July 9, 2015 0

A downtown company founded by the former head of UR's endowment has far exceeded its goal for its most recent private equity fund, which will be used to invest in other funds that work

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