A health care services company that provides employees for area hospitals is slashing its local workforce.
Looking to ease growing pains at two of its facilities south of the river, a local health system is eyeing an expansion of one of its Chesterfield campuses.
A career change for a local transportation company manager has brought a national brand to Richmond.
A local company built on chia seeds has courted a Fortune 100 acquirer in a deal that at least one investor says helps validate the Richmond startup scene.
A planned medical cannabis facility in Manchester likely wouldn’t be coming to fruition without the efforts of a local real estate broker, a granite countertop company owner and a healthcare IT executive.
The brand, which opened its first location in Midlothian in 2012, soon will have 10 outposts around central Virginia.
Coined Market Square IV, the independent living facility is expected to cater to low-income seniors, where they will have access to recreational activities and health support services.
A Maryland-based company has chosen South Richmond as the site of one of Virginia’s first medical cannabis dispensaries.
The threat of Hurricane Florence may have quelled plans for a ribbon-cutting ceremony, but it didn’t prevent a local health care giant’s new Short Pump facility from opening for business last week.
Just as Uber gives nearly anyone with a car a chance to become a driver for a hire, a new local startup aims to give those with spare time a chance to make a buck by being a helpful neighbor.