Glenn Diersen is the first to admit that his seemingly limitless exuberance for the staffing industry is unusual. “I don’t think many people will tell you they intentionally got into this industry,” said the 30-year-old founder and president of locally based staffing firm Summit Human Capital. “There can be a negative stigma around our industry.”… Read more »
A bank claims it is due $2 million because a borrower defaulted on a forbearance agreement. An engineering firm says it is owed $258,000 for a project in Texas. BizSense Pro members have access to the entire docket.
An elevator company vice president alleges violation of public policy in his termination, and asks $625,000 in compensation. A couple says their accountants committed gross errors in preparing and filing tax returns, costing them hundreds of thousands of dollars. BizSense Pro members have access to the entire docket.
Businesses this week include accounting, construction/trades and more. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
This week’s licenses in Henrico and Chesterfield include notary services, a pizza restaurant, construction/trades and towing services, to name a few. To get all of this week’s licenses, become a BizSense Pro member.
A $12 million sale of business and medical office in Henrico tops the list. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Patents this week for Capital One, Altria, VCU and more. Inventions include location-based note taking, overhead transmission lines and technologies for uninterruptible power sources.
Two directors stepping down from a local firm’s board, Tom Farrell unloads $4 million worth of Dominion stock and Brink’s closes another piece of an acquisition.
Two plaintiffs allege they were terminated after filing whistleblower complaints against different state agencies. BizSense Pro members get full access.
Mondelez has a $10 million building going up in Henrico. A $9 million project for Randolph-Macon College in Ashland tops permits in Hanover.