Dominion Energy’s Class 5 came out on top Saturday at the second annual Battle of the Corporate Bands.
Jonathan Spiers joined BizSense in early 2015 after a decade of reporting in Wilmington, N.C. Prior to that he was with the Henrico County Leader. The Virginia Tech graduate covers residential real estate, the advertising/marketing industry, public companies and other news.
An alternative approach to selling higher-end homes has paid off for the head of a local auction house.
Richmond’s “corporate rock” crown is back on the line this weekend, as bands representing three local companies vie for the “golden guitar” trophy.
A mansion near the University of Richmond and a Gottwald family home have continued this summer’s trend of big-time residential deals.
A drone communication platform responds to Hurricane Harvey with help from a local agency, a longtime Richmond radio advertiser makes a move to TV, and several shops announce new work and hires.
A lawsuit against four local former Long & Foster agents has been settled, while a major acquisition by Warren Buffet’s empire is seen as having little visible effect on the firm’s Richmond presence.
Freddy Cobb and Toni Gorveatt, makers of the self-described “terrible” radio ads from Cobb Technologies, talk about that creative strategy and how those “worst” ads have ended up paying off for the company.
A local player making moves in Jackson Ward has added 100 apartments and several storefronts to his portfolio.
After two years of work and four rounds with the city’s architectural review commission, developers behind a planned mixed-use building along Jefferson Avenue are nearing the finish line to start the project.
A fast-growing local behavioral healthcare company has inked its second acquisition in as many months.