Richmond BizSense

The Herd: New hires, promotions & departures for 12.11.18

The Richmond Times-Dispatch announces two departures from its editorial page. An accounting firm launches a new investment banking advisory brand and announces leadership. A tech association names a new executive director. Plus, new faces in law, banking, insurance and more.

Foreclosures: 12.10.18

This week’s foreclosure list has over $2.6 million worth of properties in Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico counties and the cities of Hopewell and Petersburg. Get the entire list as a BizSense Pro member.

New Business Licenses: 12.7.18

Chesterfield County reports a new law firm. A mobile bartending service is on tap in Henrico County. New retail, construction/trades and more on this week’s list.

The DeedBook: Local property transfers for 12.7.18

Lots of transfers this week, including a $7.5 million sale of a former big box store to a gambling firm in Richmond, and an airport hotel changing hands in Henrico County for $4 million. Become a BizSense Pro member and get all of this week’s sales.

The Docket: Local court roundup for 12.6.18

Docket of lawsuits in the Richmond region

CarMax claims a company has infringed on its trademark and is conspiring to hurt its business, and a technology/leasing firm says it is due more than $1 million in payments. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.

The R&D Dept.: Local patents for 12.5.18

This week’s patents include a hazardous drug deactivation wipe kit; a lawn ornament and several e-vape flavor enhancement devices.

Foreclosures: 12.3.18

A home in the Glen Carrie subdivision of Ashland in Hanover County is this week’s highest priced home on the block. For all of this week’s listed properties, become a BizSense Pro member.

New Business Licenses: 11.30.18

A downtown shoe repair shop moves to Henrico County. Chesterfield County reports a license for a motivational speaker service. For the entire list of licenses, become a BizSense Pro member.

The Docket: Local court roundup for 11.29.18

Docket of lawsuits in the Richmond region

An engineering company failed to note foundation deficiencies in a century-old home they were buying, homeowners say, in claiming damages of $500,000, and the city says VCU, engineering and construction companies are responsible for a water main break that cost it $663,000. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.