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Cafe Diem space gets snapped up

One week after the Museum District pub went dark, two restaurant owners in the same neighborhood have signed a lease to bring it back to life.

A new joint for joint treatment

Two regional health-care organizations have opened a $25 million orthopedic and sports medicine center on Richmond’s Southside with the help of one of the area’s biggest commercial real estate developers.

Foreclosure factory shuts down

A law firm that became entangled in an investment scam and several federal lawsuits over foreclosure processing has closed its Richmond office.

The Docket: Local court roundup for 10.25.12

Several contractors are battling it out in court. A local restaurant is sued for allegedly not paying its food distributor. And a for-profit college is facing a $79 million lawsuit filed by a student. Find out who’s suing who with BizSense Pro.

Trading Day: Inside local SEC filings for 10.25.12

A local bank names its new CFO and reveals her pay package. One of Richmond’s biggest companies announces a major closure, while another reveals an overseas acquisition. And a veteran of the medical industry is the newest member of a local board.

Allianz needs a renter

At 900 local employees and counting, Allianz is a big company – just not big enough to fill up its new headquarters.

Bike shop hops into Oregon Hill

Having outgrown its space on West Grace Street, Bunnyhop Bike Shop is opening its second location, and owner Luke Stevens says the stakes are higher this time around.

Ribs, grits and guajillo chilies

A pair of Capital Ale House employees are launching a restaurant in Jackson Ward with a twist on Southern cuisine.