Some of this week’s patents include a new mobile social network, an improved child seat restraint and an implanted suture for knee-related injuries.
An engineering firm announces a chief operating officer. Two schools have new leaders. Several law firms name new associates, and new faces in finance, real estate and board appointments.
This week’s top foreclosure is a $400,000 home in Richmond’s Northside. For the entire list of properties, become a BizSense Pro member.
Wedding bells are closer to ringing at a Goochland County mansion pitched for an event venue and vineyard, Henrico looks to the Tar Heel State for arena inspiration, and Richmond’s mayor delivers the long-awaited Navy Hill redevelopment proposal to City Council.
A Halloween store in Henrico leases store space. A bottling company in Petersburg is sold.
Chesterfield reports a tutoring service and a podcast firm. Henrico reports a herb store. For the entire list of new licenses, become a BizSense Pro member.
A local firm takes a hit from a $29 million gold heist in Brazil. A local bank’s largest investor crosses the 50 percent ownership threshold. Plus, second quarter earnings roll in from Altria, Dominion, Genworth and more.
A water management company says a former employee is using confidential trade secret information to compete against it and seeks damages of $3.85 million. A hotel alleges the former general manager embezzled and converted funds and wants $850,000 in compensation.
A retirement village in Henrico has a $4.5 million spiritual enrichment building in the works. Chesterfield has apartments and townhouses in the works. And Richmond has apartments going up in Manchester.
A former Martin Agency CEO lands a local gig, an area agency and film director collaborate on a MADD campaign, a homegrown documentary picks up an Emmy and lots of shops announce new clients and hires.