Spider football is on the cover of EA Sports NCAA Football 2010.
Last week in a BizSense guest column, A. Fletcher Mangum overlooked several important points focusing on the pending cap and trade legislation in Congress. The first is that business as usual is killing us. And this is the sort of legislation that will help nourish all sorts of new businesses.
Petco, a national pet store chain, leased 14,600 square feet at Staples Mill Square in Henrico.DVA Healthcare Renal Care leased 7,000 square feet at 8801-8815 Three Chopt Rd. in Henrico. Rugged Wearhouse leased 14,111 square feet at Circuit City Plaza in Henrico
Richmonders are already acting like Ukrop’s has sold. In part that’s likely because the rumors sound so plausible. Indeed, dozens of business owners and other leaders have said they were not surprised. And for the first time, the company has released a short statement.
Chesterfield is no longer out-performing the state when it comes to employment figures.
Ukrop’s may be for sale.
The website for a grocery trade journal is reporting today that a prospectus for Ukrop’s has been circulated to prospective buyers, which might include grocers such as Minnesota-based Supervalu and North Carolina-based Harris Teeter.
A local café chain is gearing up to open its newest location this fall. The coffee-house meets -wine-bar also is reported to now have some backing from the parent company of Outback Steakhouse.
The Greater Richmond Partnership, which works to bring new companies to the area, has a snazzy new website.
The Richmond office of the commercial brokerage firm GVA Advantis apparently has escaped the ax. On Monday the company said it will close offices in Newport News and Northern Virginia. And unlike at the Norfolk office, where brokers have left for other firms, GVA’s Richmond brokers are staying put — for now.
Development of the next retail complex at Short Pump is back on schedule.