But Bank of America, which has the most market share of any bank in Richmond, didn’t fare so well.
Capital One leased more space in town, plus UNOS bought the building it currently leased in downtown Richmond for $2.5 million.
Richmond’s biggest bank might soon try to raise a big pile of cash.
A New Jersey-based underground pipeline contractor has purchased a 60-acre site in Dinwiddie County.
A New York-based lender is providing a large round of financing to Bostwick Laboratories.
Another local bank’s CFO is resigning, and one of CarMax’s top executives is retiring. Earnings season is also in full swing.
The summer seems to spawn hordes of landscaping companies. Plus a new pizza joint and a Mexican restaurant.
Just like you see on certain TV shows, Richmond has a group of regulars who make a living buying storage units and selling the contents.
More than a dozen lots owned by two local high-end homebuilders are headed to foreclosure Thursday.
It could be the end for many post offices across the country, and Richmond is no exception.