With only a lawyer and two onlookers present, a 163,000-square-foot office complex near Virginia Center Commons was foreclosed on Friday at an uneventful auction.
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A redeveloped old tobacco barrel warehouse along Overbrook Road will be the setting for the latest installment of Richmond BizSense’s popular Hard Hat Happy Hour series.
Shedding part of its postal past, a local financial institution has changed its name after a 94-year history.
The assets of a North Carolina firm’s CEO are still on lockdown and the company’s Richmond outpost is still in the dark nearly a month after its headquarters in Raleigh was searched by the feds.
One of the area’s largest accounting firms is looking to become a one-stop dealmaker for its clients.
A local businessman and former UVA football player accused of bilking investors out of millions has sought to prevent federal prosecutors from using a certain 5-letter word in the courtroom.
A bank-anchored office property near Virginia Center Commons may soon have a new owner as its date with the auction block has been set.
While internet giants Amazon and Google parent Alphabet were earning headlines last month as their stocks reached $1,000 per share, a Henrico-based company was climbing toward that milestone to much less fanfare.
A local law firm has beefed up its healthcare practice after luring a group of attorneys from a smaller competitor, including a shareholder who left his namesake company.
Nearly four years after going into Chapter 11 bankruptcy to protect its Manchester real estate holdings, a Southside church is once again threatened with losing its property.