This week’s installment features thoughts from Atlantic Union Bank CEO John Asbury, construction executive Mark Hourigan and Buskey Cider co-owner Elle Correll.
The bank will trade digs downtown in favor of a from-scratch, 25,000-square-foot building on land it just purchased near the airport.
We’re proud to introduce BizSense Assembly, a series of online panel discussions that every Wednesday will put readers face-to-face with a slate of local leaders talking about how the coronavirus is affecting specific industries in Richmond.
A lot of otherwise run-of-the-mill tasks are proving to be trickier than usual in the age of coronavirus. That apparently includes closing on a mortgage.
From virtual karaoke to virtual coffee talks, we’re talking to the leaders of local companies, asking them what they’re telling their employees, what they’re hearing from their workers and things they’re doing to boost morale, allay their fears and maintain some semblance of normal productivity.
With the economy in large craters at the hands of a microscopic force, a different, more visible sort of implosion is set to take place May 30 on a particular block of downtown Richmond.
Kyle and Josh Engelken aren’t letting the coronavirus scare prevent them from leaping into the golf business.
Calling all local businesses and workers to share how your place of employment is managing the ever-changing situation. Let’s get the discussion going.
The trustee overseeing the bankruptcy liquidation of toppled Richmond law firm LeClairRyan has brought in some hired guns.
The banking giant expects to open the 4,000-square-foot branch in August. It will be its second Richmond-area location, with others in the works.