Markel Corporation is expanding its reach with the acquisition of an Omaha-based insurance company.
Brink’s CEO gets 30,000 shares, a former CEO at the parent of Essex Bank sold almost 2,000 shares.
Two companies that sell discount vouchers launched operations in Richmond this week, and if they grow here like they have in bigger markets, they could become a major marketing option for local retailers.
The grocery chain’s new 91,000-square-foot location features a wine bar, a drive-through pharmacy and lamps that adjust to natural light.
New hires in investing, law, higher education and marketing.
A digital counter shows how long you’ll wait if you have to go to the emergency room at Henrico Doctor’s Hospital, and all you have to do is drive by. And it’s the latest — and maybe most clever — move in an increasing battle of local hospitals for market share.
Buzz Kraft is suing the City of Richmond for $5.55 million in damages for loss of income and property rights stemming from a breach of contract.
Two developments are in foreclosure, one of Huguenot Road in Richmond and the other in Ashland.
At 58, Herb Marth is facing one of his toughest challenges in a long banking career – trying to stabilize Powhatan-based Central Virginia Bank. This week he talks about troubled assets, the distraction of so much regulation and why fewer businesses are “credit worthy.”
A Realtor sues a landlord for a building that made her ill and a customer said an ATM mauled his arm, and Philip Morris sues a vendor.