Before jumping into the New Year, take a look back at the biggest business news of 2015. These 10 stories — including mansions, startups, apartment projects and more — racked up the most readers and set new BizSense records.
Time is almost out to be a part of Generosity Inc. The application deadline is Friday, so apply now to be recognized for your company’s charitable donations.
If your business made a donation to charity in 2014, don’t miss out on the chance to be recognized in this year’s Generosity Inc. list. And mark your calendars for the upcoming celebration and networking opportunity at Maymont.
Thanks to our readers, 2014 was Richmond BizSense’s biggest year yet. Here’s a look back at some of the top stories from this past year, including the Carytown Cupcake law, a handful of multimillion-dollar mansion sales and restaurant openings and closures.
Martin’s opened its new store in Midlothian Turnpike on Friday, its first Richmond-area location that was not part of the 2010 acquisition of Ukrop’s.
Sabra Dipping Co. recently expanded its hummus production facility in Colonial Heights – the largest hummus factory in the world.
The city animal shelter unveiled its pets’ new digs on Wednesday after a two-year and $2.6 million renovation project.
A VCU grad with family ties to Ashland bought the Henry Clay Inn at an auction on Thursday.
A furniture and home goods consignment shop that puts on pop-up sales across the country is settling into a new permanent home in Scott’s Addition.
Richmond BizSense recognized the top 25 fastest-growing companies at an event last night at the SunTrust Center.