A West-end printer of signs and displays closed earlier this month. The rent for specialized equipment became too much of an expense as the recession dragged on.
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New hires at some local law firms and moves in banking and investing.
A new cooking device for the kitchen and a new dog harness from Premier Pet Products. Plus lots of technical patents related to cigarettes and fire-retardant clothing.
A $6 million investment that a Richmond private equity fund made in a Florida bank has gone up in smoke.
With every download, entrepreneurs Kevin and Diane Hamilton are closer to turning what started as a pet project into a full-blown business venture.
We’ve beefed up the docket. Now it includes federal cases as well as our best catch yet of circuit court cases. This week a commercial landlord in Ashland is trying to collect unpaid rent, a member at a country club is trying to get information he alleges is being withheld, plus a suit against a drug store for filling the wrong prescription.
Sometime the very people hired to prevent malfeasance are the ones up to no good. That seems to be what happened to a local association of physicians, which was the victim of a two-year embezzlement scheme, according to a recent lawsuit.
Eric Cantor has represented the 7th District for the better part of a decade. Unlike previous elections, Cantor faces challenges on both the left, from Democrat Rick Waugh, and on the right from Tea Party-backed Floyd Bayne. Cantor spoke with BizSense some of the big business issues facing the country.
A home on Cary Street is on the list this week, plus a handful of other expensive homes and apartment units on Staples Mill Rd.