The $18 million wrongful termination and defamation claim filed by Michael Lowery was dismissed after the two sides “compromised.”
The project is spurred by a federal-funded venture that also includes Phlow, Civica and VCU’s Medicines for All Institute to shore up the supply of U.S.-made generic drugs.
Super Radiator Coils is adding 56,000 square feet to its 121,000-square-foot manufacturing and engineering facility at 451 Southlake Blvd.
The high-end clothier has launched the Tangier footwear brand, starting with its first in-house boots for $425 a pair.
At 130,000 square feet, the move will nearly quintuple Tailgating Pros’ current digs and allow it to double production.
Civica, which is partnering with Phlow, VCU’s Medicines For All Institute and AMPAC, plans to manufacture generic drugs and create 200 jobs.
The owners of Three Leg Run hope to have a leg up on their competition by making and selling three types of alcohol.
New York-based Columbia Care, which has cannabis facilities and dispensaries in 18 American jurisdictions and in Europe, will buy Green Leaf Medical.
Hank Heyming, a co-founder of Trolley Venture Partners, is a fan of the beverage and was already aware of the brand when he heard the owners wanted to sell.
Alfa Laval, a Swedish industrial manufacturer, this summer celebrated the expansion of its facility in eastern Henrico.