A busy week for filings at local banks, including plenty of trades from insiders and a slew of documents related to the Union/Xenith deal, and a tobacco company reports its latest earnings.
A developer claims a construction company failed to properly staff and manage an apartment project and wants more than $2 million, and Shoney’s wants to collect $89,000 because its fire-suppression system failed.
A library gets renovated in Southside, Henrico has an apartment complex going up, and townhomes are on the rise in Short Pump. For the full list, become a BizSense Pro member.
The highest-priced home in this week’s list is over $500,000 in Southside’s Fox Creek subdivision. For all the property intel, become a BizSense Pro member.
A New England women’s clothier heads to Short Pump, and Southside reports a pediatrics practice. New business name of the week (with a timely moniker): Skill Over Politics LLC.
The City of Richmond is going after business owners for unpaid personal property and real estate taxes, and a former VCU employee claims $375,000 in damages for race and age discrimination. For the entire list of cases, become a BizSense Pro member.
A local bank has set a date for its shareholders to vote on a pending merger, and several executives and directors buy and sell shares in this week’s roundup.
An edible liquid pouch, a tumor therapy and a virtual reality vaping experience are just some of this week’s patents. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
While commercial businesses have been drawn to the virtues of Hosted VoIP for more than a decade, schools are now starting to switch their traditional phone systems to Hosted VOIP as well.
The top five properties on the block this week total $2.1 million. Powhatan, Henrico, Chesterfield, Richmond and Prince George each have one of the priciest homes for sale.