A group known for picking companies to watch is taking a look back. And it’s looking for nominations for entrepreneurs to be recognized at a big gala at the end of this month.
A thick herd this week, with hires in investment banking and advertising and at a New Kent winery.
Some technical stuff this week, including a genetic marker from a VCU lab and some materials processes. And a drinking game innovation for “Beer Pong.”
Two U-Va. alums have gotten together to build a development company and a $6.5 million Shockoe Bottom apartment project.
A Midlothian-based bank will have to wait a few more months to close on much-needed new capital, and the share price of that deal is dropping.
The recent bankruptcy filing of one of region’s biggest individual developers has led to another bankruptcy filing this week by someone who was involved in a project with him.
A leadership change at the top of a local nonprofit is causing a commotion among its supporters.
Two Richmond businessmen are bringing an expanding salad franchise to the area.
A West End home belonging to an embattled developer is in foreclosure. Plus a handful of $400,000 homes this week.
Sheltering Arms announced yesterday its acquisition of a local sports injury therapist to add to its rapidly expanding bottom line.