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.
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.