Downtown Richmond has been pretty quiet of late thanks to the coronavirus. But there will be plenty of action during the wee hours of the morning on May 30.
The banking giant continues to push ahead with its first retail branches in the Richmond region, and the landlord on one of its Henrico locations has put the property on the market even before the bank has officially opened for business.
Seven locally based companies made the coveted list published each year by Fortune Magazine, which released its latest edition Monday. The rankings are based on annual revenue.
To help ease the local business community back into responsible schmoozing, we’re proud to announce the inaugural BizSense Invitational to be held June 22 at Independence Golf Club.
By way of Luxembourg and with tens of billions of dollars at stake, a global satellite telecom company has beamed into Richmond to file for bankruptcy. With that comes another big catch for local bankruptcy attorneys to feast on.
Enjoy these highlights and the best soundbites from this week’s BizSense Assembly episode, which focused on the state of commercial lending in the midst of coronavirus and how the loan pipeline could be affected going forward.
Nearly $3 million that had gone temporarily missing from the trust account has been re-acquired by the replacement trustee, who continues to manage what’s left of the case.
While much of the Richmond economy remains in coronavirus limbo, local corporate bankruptcy attorneys were tossed a big fish on Monday – and it’s a gift that will keep on giving for the foreseeable future.
This is the fourth installment of our Pep Talk feature, letting leaders of local companies tell us in their own words how they and their employees are faring with the COVID-19 pandemic. This week features Dave Perno, Jayme Swain, and John Cario.
Brewing has been one of the fastest growing industries in Richmond in recent years – until coronavirus arrived. For the fifth installment of BizSense Assembly, join a lively online panel of some of the biggest names in the local beer scene as they discuss how they and their competitors have been hit by the virus… Read more »