Two friends from Collegiate hatched a business plan while at a Virginia Tech football game, and now they’ve got their very own Richmond whiskey to pour at this season’s tailgate parties.
The attorney working to recover funds from a $28 million Ponzi scheme says there are people and entities in Richmond and that may have profited from the alleged fraud.
A skinny herd this week, with new hires in hospitality and law.
Richmond developer Justin French was released from Richmond City Jail after being arraigned on nine felony counts. Plus, BizSense has learned who was supposed to be paid by the bad check.
Essex Bank says that it will not pay the U.S. Treasury its dividend for TARP funds this quarter and that it might close branches.
Two sets of lots in Chesterfield are going to foreclosure.
A car wash chain is adding a location and a new restaurant is coming to Short Pump.
A Richmond man allegedly helped run a $28 million Ponzi scheme that was uncovered in June, according to two regulatory agencies and civil suits filed in Florida.
Cobblestone Cellars, a family-owned wine distributor, is bursting at the seams, riding the growing popularity of artisan wine.
A bank wants money it said it’s owed by a construction company, while a landlord wants payment from a Carytown merchant. plus several slip-and-fall lawsuits and an advertising company tries to seek money it says its owed.