Bill Farrar has taken an interest in how our new baseball team has gone about its business, and in this week’s Guest Opinion he explains how it has thrived where others failed.
“We are going to take that energy currently being wasted and transform that into renewable electric power to put on the local grid,” said Alan Petersen, the VP of development for a Henrico-based power company.
Acosta Sales and Marketing Company leased 11,300 square feet in Henrico. GTAT Enterprises Inc. leased 3,810 square feet on Alverser Drive in Chesterfield and Advanced Auto leased a new location on W. Broad St.
Five of the six local companies that made this year’s list moved up in the rankings from last year.
When it comes to collecting accounts past due, the state of Virginia has a tool most business owners would surely love to borrow: public shame.
Thousands of baseball fans will root for Richmond’s new team tonight, but the Flying Squirrels aren’t the only baseball-related business in town.
A Richmond ad man bought the firm he worked at and wants to grow it by signing more community banks. Another marketing firm gets ready to move into a 6,000-square-foot office in formerly vacant building on Broad Street.
Best name this week: Clear Choice Windshield Repair.
Manakintowne Specialty Growers is in the running to win $50,000 from a U.S. Chamber of Commerce video contest called Free Enterprise, and it’s a touching video worth watching.
Pay for local bank executives rose in 2009 but was still below 2007 levels, according to SEC filings.