A 130-year-old Richmond insurance brokerage company finds a Cleveland-based buyer but keeps its iconic name.
A construction business manager tries his hand – and foot – at retail with Richmond’s first Flip Flop Shops franchise.
Eight years is all it took for Linda Nash to build her business to a point where a deep-pocketed buyer wanted a piece of the action.
A boatload of foreclosures this week from all over Central Virginia, including some big dollar properties in Chesterfield and a $500,000 house in Louisa County.
The namesake of one of the biggest law firms in Richmond is handing the reins to a successor.
A local barbecue enthusiast has taken the city’s growing food tour business to the next level.
After barely a year in business, a local corporate housing start-up has opened a second location.
Deals from Wunderlich, Stone & Youngberg, Cary Street Partners, Harris Williams and BB&T.
The Fan location of Mulligan’s has been sold and is slated for a few updates.
One of Richmond’s biggest law firms is trying its hand at federal lobbying.