The two downtown firms have both announced deals to buy other companies: MWV is scooping up a subsidiary of its biggest competitor, and a Dominion partnership is buying the owner of a southern natural gas pipeline.
Chesapeake Bank’s first Richmond branch is taking shape near the intersection of Patterson and Libbie avenues.
Apple REIT moves to reject a tender offer, Village Bank makes amendments to account for its recent $14 million raise, and Dominion takes a closer look at the financial risks of climate change.
Failing in their efforts to get a lawsuit against them thrown out, a downtown law firm and the Virginia Farm Bureau will face off against a New Kent company in court that sued over an alleged conspiracy to botch its purchase of the Virginia State Fair.
With a new 54,000-square-foot office to fill, the mammoth insurance company is kicking off a efforts to fill 100 new positions.
The owners of a home in Powhatan filed for bankruptcy last week, stalling the foreclosure of their 12-acre property. The riverfront home and a larger tract of land around it have been on the market for more than a year, and this isn’t the first time it has been on the auction block.
After cancelling a seminar in Jerusalem, in part over safety and discrimination concerns, the Virginia State Bar is defending itself against criticism from national news outlets and a local Jewish organization.
A Midlothian bank recently capped off a stock offering that brought in some much-needed capital from current shareholders – and a Northern Virginia investor who now holds a 40 percent stake.
A stretch of modern homes that stand out among the historic rowhouses that surround it in the Fan closed its final sale this week.
Businessman and philanthropist Bill Goodwin spoke at a University of Richmond event, giving advice on how to build a business and addressing the free-standing hospital project he has been pushing for.