This week, Henrico and Chesterfield report new businesses including construction and trades, retail, and counseling.
Two food product developers and manufacturers claim $550,000 in damages, alleging some of their former marketers co-opted the products for themselves and began selling them to the U.S. Army. BizSense Pro members get full access.
A $2.1 million deal in Hanover tops the sales. An Henrico shopping district on Willow Lawn Drive leads the leases.
This week $10 million worth of properties are on the block, including a $700,000 home in Henrico. For the entire list of properties, become a BizSense Pro member.
Trading Day is back in full force after a couple of slow weeks, with local bank earnings being filed in droves. Plus, Owens & Minor announces the sale of some of its European operations.
Some of the ideas in this week’s patents include an asynchronous channel, an optical communication system, and a method to obtain smoking topography data.
Promotions in law, marketing and construction. New hires in government jobs, real estate and more.
This week’s list has over $3 million worth of properties set for auction. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Over 150 licenses this week, from restaurants, nail salons, construction and trades and more. For the entire list of Henrico and Chesterfield licenses, become a BizSense Pro member.
An $18 million sale of apartments is the top sale this week. And educational group leases 16,000 square feet in Richmond.