Richmond BizSense

The Docket: Local court roundup for 5.24.18

Plaintiffs say they are owed $1.1 million for loans made through their IRA accounts, and a transit nonprofit claims it was charged $500,000 for falsified vehicle-repair invoices.

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 5.24.18

New Market announces a subsidiary’s leadership change, a food distributor appoints a board member, and a bank’s execs scoop up some shares in this week’s roundup.

The R&D Dept.: Local patents for 5.23.18

This week’s patents include a new rewards points method, a canopy for golf cart storage, a composite laminate and a dual-ended lip balm container.

The Herd: New hires and promotions for 5.22.18

One financial services firm opens an office in the area, while another reconfigures and renames itself, and new faces and promotions are reported in Powhatan County and the City of Richmond.

Foreclosures: 5.21.18

Over $5.5 million worth of homes are listed this week, with the top five properties averaging $257,000. For all the data, become a BizSense Pro member.

New Business Licenses: 5.18.18

Henrico County reports a restaurant and donut shop, and Southside has permits for retail, construction and trade. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 5.17.18

A local bank CEO buys a round of shares, a Markel board member unloads $200,000 worth of stock, and Owens & Minor files an earnings report in this week’s roundup.

The Docket: Local court roundup for 5.17.18

A beverage maker says it is owed $1 million because a bottling company delivered adulterated products, and a convenience store’s operator says a supplier is threatening a service disruption.