A recently vacated West Broad Street space has been taken over by the Glam Squad.
After a hitting a legal speed bump last year that threatened its ability to do business in its home state, a Richmond-based ride-sharing startup has gotten the green light from the General Assembly.
Two major Richmond healthcare players have cleared a hurdle in their plan to build a new facility in Goochland County.
A high-end Richmond men’s clothing brand is taking a former worker to court, claiming she stole confidential information and tried selling it to competitors.
Most entrepreneurs need a workforce of people to get their startups going. To launch a Henrico-based business, the Risser family needed 10,000 ducks.
Organizer Tim Miller talks about what led to the Commonwealth Cycling Classic’s cancellation, and whether he thinks Richmond will host another bike race in the future.
A local bakery is turning to crowdfunding to raise money for what it says it desperately needs: a bigger oven.
A common concern among startups is providing investors with a return on investment, but one local company is providing another type of financial return to a different group: the indigenous people who inspired its launch.
With tire swings, candy dispensers and a beer tap, a local consumer research firm’s new office doesn’t fit the mold of most business consulting spaces.
The startup’s most recent funding round comes on the heels of a $150,000 capital raise, as well as financial awards from a local accelerator and a startup competition.