Two local companies are getting more aggressive in their attempts to recover money SportsQuest owes them, and SportsQuest founder Steve Burton says he’s working hard to find the money to pay contractors.
A local developer hopes to break ground within the year on a large apartment building at the border between Church Hill and Shockoe Bottom.
A former Richmond restaurateur has stepped back into the game and brought the taste of New Zealand burgers to the old Ellwood Thompson’s Cafe space.
With its latest acquisition, the Richmond-based commercial brokerage adds eight brokers and one administrator to its payroll.
Richmond-based Media General, the parent company of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, said Wednesday that it is considering selling some of its newspapers.
Land developers make up the biggest chunk of tax delinquent businesses in the Richmond area. But the list also includes a golf course in Henrico, a music venue downtown and a planned sports complex in Chesterfield.
Martin’s is betting that new gas stations at its stores will help reverse the chain’s slipping market share.
Dennis Ryan is retiring from the firm that bears his name for a fast-growing medical testing company.
As the clock ticks toward a crucial March 7 deadline, the bankrupt State Fair of Virginia will soon present a deal to its lenders that might involve funds from a new investor.
One of SportsQuest’s longest-standing partners has withdrawn from its involvement in the partly constructed project, taking with it its indoor sports training business and an important piece of SportsQuest’s operations.