A $2.23 million sale in Manchester heads this week’s Pipeline.
A lighting firm claims damages of $700,000 from a Chinese company enlisted to produce its designs. A company alleges conspiracy to divert the ownership and proceeds of its contract for security work involving the Navy. BizPro members get access to the entire docket.
This week’s patented ideas include a voice recognition protocol for mobile transactions, a personal alarm system and a retractable shoe heel.
A regional advocacy group announces a chief operating officer. New faces in law, real estate and more.
A mixed-use development and proposed concert series face deciding votes in Goochland, City Council seats its advisory board to review the proposed Navy Hill redevelopment, and review of a proposed Carvana facility in Chesterfield drags on.
A $500,000 home in Goochland’s Crozier is the top property for auction. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Chesterfield reports a veterinary service and a historical property research firm. Henrico has an appraisal service. For all of this week’s licenses, become a BizSense Pro member.
Apartment building sales in Richmond lead this week’s list of top sales.
A cement contractor says it is owed $2.5 million for work on an office tower. A food service provider claims a Tappahannock restaurant hasn’t paid $121,000. BizPro members get access to the entire docket.
Altria and Philip Morris call off merger talks, CarMax files its earnings for Q2 and Genworth announces a shareholder gathering that hinges on its deal to be acquired by a Chinese firm.