Not dwelling on the odd weather this year that has made the golf course business a tough slog, one local country club is full steam ahead with a round of upgrades to its facilities.
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Two years after betting millions on a Northern Virginia-based telemedicine company, a Richmond private equity firm says it has successfully exited the deal.
Cherry Bekaert accounting firm was added as a defendant and is being sued for malpractice in a case that involves alleged depletion of Thalhimer’s ESOP.
Gumenick’s Skip Nash said the deal gives the company options for the busy, visible corner that leads into the sprawling mixed-use development.
A veteran local lawyer says he’s in search of the “A-team” of area attorneys as he begins to build a large regional law firm’s first Richmond office.
Bringing an end to what looked like its own endless winter, a local golf course is set to reopen with new greens and a round of other improvements after a run-in with Mother Nature forced it closed for two months of the summer.
As it settles into its new, larger size following an acquisition earlier this year, one of Richmond’s biggest banks is trimming some branches around the state.
It was a busy second quarter for local investment banking firms, with dozens of deals closed by Harris Williams, BB&T Capital Markets, Marriott Co., Matrix Capital and others.
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One of the Richmond market’s smallest banks has increased its visibility in Powhatan County.