Three lawyers needed some late-night packing to gather their possessions before moving across town to another law firm.
There wasn’t a lot of buying and selling going on last week among the head honchos at local public companies. But Universal Corp.filed a proxy statement, which means they disclosed CEO pay, and despite the recession, compensation was up for the bosses.
Those billboards that ask, “Is it so wrong to love a bank?” may expanding their reach even further in Virginia.
Virginia Commonwealth University said today that VCU Health System and Children’s Hospital will meet with employees of the two organizations Wednesday to discuss the possibility of merging their operations. The two sides announced in March that they were in formal talks to explore the prospect of joint operations under the VCU Health System umbrella. The… Read more »
Central Virginia Bankshares received shareholder approval last week to move forward to the next phase of raising $15 million in fresh capital.
MeadWestvaco site sells massive parcels of land for hunting and other recreational uses
At least a small chunk of the billions of dollars BP has set aside to pay claims for the gulf oil spill will make its way to Richmond.
After a 16-year hiatus, a new home extravaganza meant to entice buyers is back in town.
CarMax stock jumps 9 percent on solid quarterly earnings, and executives at other publicly traded companies across town exercise stock options. And one bank director sold stock for $0.01 a share. Plus Genworth sells bonds at 8 percent.
A lot has been written in the national media about the ongoing credit crunch. We want to investigate the lending situation here in Central Virginia.