The used car retailer, which went public in January, has been sued at least three times in the last two months for alleged securities law violations.
The company plans to cash in on the region’s thriving real estate market by turning its 45-acre campus into a mix of office, retail and residential uses.
Meanwhile, longtime Richmond law firm CowanGates is expanding east into Hampton Roads.
Creditors of the collapsed electronics retailer received 55 cents on the dollar. Attorneys and other professionals billed the bankruptcy estate for $212 million.
The Richmond businessman convicted of fraud over an alleged bond pricing scheme claims his counsel was ineffective because of conflicts of interest.
The first phase of office space at the Whole Foods-anchored Sauer Center continues to take shape off West Broad Street. Hundreds of employees from Great Minds, Barton Malow, SingleStone and CarMax will soon fill the site. And watch out for the T-Rex!
Foot traffic at the bank’s only location on the city’s Southside began falling before the pandemic and it has been shuttered since it began.
He pleaded guilty on Thursday of obstructing an official proceeding over lies he told regarding the LandAmerica bankruptcy estate for which he served as trustee.
The region’s largest employer said there is no direct impact to its Goochland County campus, where a bulk of its 13,000 local employees are typically based.
He faces one count of obstruction of an official proceeding related to his work as the trustee overseeing the bankruptcy of LandAmerica.