Twin Towers Realty leased 660 square feet of office space at 1405 Westover Hills Blvd in Richmond. And Richmond Massage Therapy leased 2,000 square feet on Huguenot Road.
A local bank got caught up in the middle of a dispute between two business partners and is now on the receiving end of a $1.35 million lawsuit.
Big paydays at Insmed, which is also considering a reverse stock split to help boost its share price.
New licenses from general contractors a dentist and a courier service. Plus a new pizza place on Forest Hill Ave.
As a result of the hit developer Justin French allegedly gave a governmental program that awards tax credits for historic rehabilitation, a local agency is changing some of its protocols.
A local bank that has been battling losses from souring loans announced late Tuesday that it is closing one of its branches and selling the deposits of that branch to a competitor.
The latest local patents include a closet with a built-in piggy bank, a bridge system for stringed instruments, a blender and a kitchen appliance that can keep food hot and cold at the same time.
Some fascinating cases this week: a former employee allegedly opened bank accounts in the name of his former employer and then took out money, and now the company is suing the bank. Plus collections efforts from a handful of banks. Please also note, specific cases are available to BizSense Pro subscribers for an additional charge. BizSense will email the case to you.
The fate of a 32,000-square-foot R&D facility in Chesterfield County is up for debate.
According to the latest new-vehicle registration data released by the Virginia Automobile Dealers Association, the industry’s long climb back up might be beginning.