It’s who you know

Capitol Securities, a local brokerage and investment firm headquartered in Glen Allen, has become a landing pad for refugees of Richmond financial firms in flux.

Where adornment meets anthropology

If jewelry is on your Valentine’s Day shopping list and diamonds are out of your budget, you might check out Onetribe Organics’ new location.

Shockoe firm stretches further into yoga industry

Boxwood Capital Partners this week made its third purchase in less than two years of an online yoga retailer and has plans to launch its own brand of products.

Right as rain

A Richmond startup is aimed at the woman who prefers not to resemble Paddington Bear or the Gorton’s fisherman when she steps into a thunderstorm.

An abundance of attention

Richmond now has two local companies soaking up the limelight on reality shows about hoarders.

More fro-yo in the mix

Just when you thought there couldn’t possibly be any more variations on the frozen yogurt shop, here come two more.

Developers bank on skyscraper rehab

The First National Bank building downtown and its neighbor are being converted into 154 apartments as part of a $30 million project.

Comrades in farms

Caroline County wants everyone to know where it stands on the threat of foreclosure to a historic horse farm-turned-state fairground.

Monday Q&A: Sean Small looks to expand his field of play

River City Sports & Social Club founder Sean Small talks to BizSense about selling the playground to adults, sketching out a playbook for expanding beyond Richmond, and how capture the flag may be the next craze to hit town.