In a rare legal maneuver, a Powhatan software firm is begging to be a defendant in a patent infringement case.
Tons of moves this week in law, banking and IT. Plus new directors at area boards.
A Philadelphia-based real estate company just picked up a 50-year-old office building and plans to turn it into apartments.
The former head of Bank of Virginia is back in the game — this time at a Kilmarnock bank that just set up shop in Richmond.
Last week marked the groundbreaking for Stonebridge, a new mixed-use project that will replace the abandoned Cloverleaf Mall in Chesterfield County.
An eclectic list this week, with some super high-end homes and property in the Near West End.
The region’s largest stalled development has an ambitious plan to get out of bankruptcy and pay its creditors every cent owed.
A local business is providing a vital commodity that keeps the crew of the Lincoln movie filming in Richmond hard at work.
A vacant Ashland firehouse has come back to life as an animal clinic.
Several big buys and leases this week including a 28,000 square foot building on Hull Street sold for $900,000. And an office/warehouse space goes for $1 million on Hull Street Road.