The state lottery isn’t the only game in town for gamblers. At least until local police departments find a way to shut down the increasingly controversial industry of Internet sweepstakes cafes that are looking to expand here.
Now that we have a stable newsroom, we’re trying to learn exactly what Richmond needs and what gaps we can fill for events. On Thursday we will be in the industrial section of Scott’s Addition for “Beyond Richmond”, which will feature an engaging panel of four business pros who’ve expanded outside of Richmond.
Startups and small companies that want to sell shares have to follow strict federal laws called Regulation D that restrict who can invest. This week local attorney Tom Bowden examines some changes in the law.
Virginia Commercial Finance leased 4,200 square feet at Highwoods’ Innsbrook Centre building in Henrico, while Bon Secours leased more than 100,000 sf in Henrico.
Distilling your core beliefs into an operating standard is like adding a rudder to a business.
Senior monitoring system catches the attention of some local care providers.
Insider moves at local banks, plus better profits at CarMax.
A government program to help enterprises secure cheaper bond financing has fallen flat.
A laid off worker is suing the for-profit college he hoped would help get him back on his feet.
Richmond is losing another public company HQ, but this one had a small footprint here.