A neat one this week: Central Virginia Relic Hunters Association. Plus a new law firm and some new restaurants.
Lots of insider trades this week, including a chairman at Markel who sold $2 million in stock.
A local venture capital club has made its fifth investment, and No. 6 is just around the corner.
A Chesterfield shopping center is adding a handful of big chains, including Dick’s Sporting Goods and 5 Below.
A local nonprofit was founded to help sooth kids in mourning, but lately the Richmond-based organization has been working to calm its own supporters.
The president of an active real estate development firm takes a leave of absence. Plus new hires in finance, sports and architecture.
A local private equity group is doubling down on its hunch that magazines are poised for a comeback. At least, certain types of magazines.
In addition to the development of a new facility, the YMCA will also be expanding or renovating 13 of its 15 branches.
A commercial landlord with property on West Broad Street is trying to garnish wages to collect back rent. Plus several sexual harassment and discrimination suits. And a lender is trying to collect half a million dollars from a Richmond biotech firm.
It has been more than two years since the CommonGroundz coffee shop closed, and the space has sat vacant, aside from the apartments upstairs.