One of Richmond’s biggest accounting firms is further expanding its geographical reach, and moving further afield from traditional number-crunching.
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Following the abrupt departure of its founding CEO, one of the region’s fastest-growing companies has tabled a plan to relocate its headquarters from the suburbs to the downtown riverfront.
A disgruntled veteran Richmond real estate broker is suing the top brass at his former firm, accusing them of self-dealing and using the company’s employee stock ownership plan as a “tax-free cash warehouse.”
Besting a local developer, a Midlothian church is now the frontrunner to score a portfolio of Manchester real estate, including the 44,000-square-foot sanctuary of Richmond Christian Center.
A group of influential local businessmen may have some competition in their quest to build a new downtown arena and revitalize surrounding acreage.
Despite testimony from his family, friends and priest, a Charlottesville businessman was sentenced Thursday for pillaging the nest egg of his best friend’s widow, defrauding a Virginia bank and stealing from his fraternity.
If federal prosecutors get their way, Victor M. Dandridge III will serve 87 months on two counts of wire fraud and one count of bank fraud.
Just over a year after expanding in Richmond via acquisition, a Raleigh-based bank once again is looking to increase its local presence.
The Richmond-based investment firm has landed a group of veteran local financial advisors from one of the giants of the industry.
An ex-Cavalier linebacker convicted in August for his role in defrauding dozens of investors is arguing for a new trial, in part based on a question of whether media coverage of his case may have influenced the jury.