The co-founder and former CEO of defunct Richmond blood testing firm Health Diagnostic Laboratory has agreed to pay an eight-figure sum into the company’s bankruptcy estate, nearly three years to the day after it fell into Chapter 11.
Last Friday, VCU Health broke ground on its priciest project yet: a $349 million adult outpatient facility at the corner of North 10th and East Leigh streets that will add more than 1 million square feet to its campus.
With developer proposals in hand, the health system is looking to take another step toward deciding the fate of the long-dormant parcel.
Work is officially underway on the $119 million healthcare project in Short Pump.
A battle over inventions and patents of the defunct blood testing firm has come to an end, nearly three years after it collapsed into bankruptcy.
A clinic serving people with developmental disabilities is set to rise at the former Cloverleaf Mall site.
The healthcare system has continued its streak of absorbing Richmond-area practices, this time bringing 15,000 patients into its fold.
A jury in South Carolina has found Tonya Mallory liable for a share of $50 million in damages for defrauding Medicare and Tricare.
The firm, which handles scheduling and referrals, is celebrating its new digs while raising yet another round of capital for further growth.
Weeks after graduating from Lighthouse Labs, a transportation tech startup has caught a ride with GRTC as it goes live in its home market.