A new tile and marble company plus a few CPAs.
Experts assess the industrial, office and retail segments, as well as the state of residential and capital markets, at an event hosted by the Greater Richmond Association of Commercial Real Estate.
One of the co-founders of the M&A firm Harris Williams told a business school gathering that he’s optimistic about post-recession deal flow but that there are some warning signs far off in the distance.
CHIP of Greater Richmond has merged with Family Lifeline, creating an abuse-prevention and health services organization with 40 employees and a combined annual budget of $3.5 million.
Moves in financial services, insurance and healthcare. Plus a big law firm for the first time hires a COO.
Developers seeking to transform an office building on the edge of Carytown into a retail center cleared a major hurdle Monday.
A Henrico country club is slowly trying to tee itself up to be acquired by its members.
Eastern Virginia Bankshares, a holding company for EVB, said Friday that it expects to enter into a written agreement with the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and the Virginia Bureau of Financial Institutions.
Two London-educated friends just opened an upscale bedding store in Short Pump, and they’re manufacturing some of the merchandise under their own label at a plant in Danville.
The partners of an apartment complex in Jackson Ward are feuding, while a brick company is trying to collect from a home builder. Plus a tourist claims she fell of a Segeway while on a tour and wants $2.5 million in damages.