A new method of regulating car speed, a disposable, single-serve beverage pod, and an improved resealing device are some of this week’s new ideas.
Several law firms name new partners. The executive director of a startup/accelerator is stepping down. New faces in real estate, marketing and more.
The Tuition Monster returns in a series of new spots, an area chamber of commerce releases a radio campaign promoting the Navy Hill project with help from a local agency, and several shops report new clients and hires.
A $400,000 property in Goochland heads this week’s list of sales. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
A tech manufacturer plans $75 million in upgrades to its Chesterfield plant, RRHA gets a funding boost and a county’s top administrator resigns in this week’s roundup.
The $22 million sale of an Henrico shopping center leads the list of sales. A Fan restaurant leases 17,000 square feet on School Street in Richmond.
This week’s licenses include home design, marriage training, CBD wellness and more. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Changes in the upper ranks of a local bank, plus Performance Food Group, Universal Corp. and C&F Financial each close on previously announced acquisitions.
A 68-year-old woman alleges she was refused service in a grocery store because she is African American and seeks $1 million in damages. BizPro members can view the rest of the list.
Permits for townhomes and tenant upgrades. Chesterfield preps a space for a new dental office. Henrico reports a $2 million upfit for a local bank.