A dog show, a new hotel and retail are reported in Henrico County this week. For intel on all the Richmond area’s new companies, become a BizSense Pro member.
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A CarMax director sells $3 million worth of shares, a local bank seals its deal to be acquired by a Northern Virginia peer, a local company adds an accountant to its board and several local executives gift shares.
A contractor claims damages of $1.4 million concerning the expansion of a senior living facility, and an addiction treatment center accuses a competitor of diverting its calls and stealing clients.
An infant carrier for a shopping cart and two types of helmets, bulletproof and magnetic, are some of the patents this week.
Sales Recruiters of Virginia and Moore Professional Staffing have formed an alliance to enhance both of their company’s offerings.
This week’s highest-priced foreclosure is in Chesdin Green for $600,000, followed by a farm in Powhatan County. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Henrico County tops its neighbors with a $74 million shopping center purchase, and Richmond has the second-largest sale with a $10 million apartment deal. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Henrico County reports a new catering company, venue merchants and a day spa, while Southside gets two new restaurants. Get all this week’s licenses as a BizSense Pro member.
A Blackstone Group affiliate resigns from a local company’s board, CarMax reports its first quarter earnings and a local insurer gets a new director.
In this week’s legal filings, a plaintiff seeks $500,000 in damages, claiming a replica headstock installed on its property is a danger to people and property.