Anyone who cares to know how our economy practically collapsed in fall 2008 needs to read the latest page-turner from Michael Lewis. BizSense will host a happy hour discussion in two weeks for anyone who read it and wants to talk about it.
President Obama’s 2,400-page health-care legislation might decrease the ranks of the uninsured, but it will drive up costs, reduce overall quality of care and hurt job growth. Congress missed the chance to use the free enterprise system to reform a gigantic but unwieldy health-care system, writes Mike Kehoe in this week’s Guest Opinion. Kehoe is the founder and chief executive of Kinsale Insurance.
Tory Wiles left corporate finance for a life at sea. The Richmond native founded The Mariner’s Club in October and plans to officially shove off the organization’s six-vessel fleet in early May, giving members access to boats without having to actually own one.
Gumenick Properties recently received zoning approval to build 30 homes on a 6-acre parcel in Henrico County on Patterson Avenue and Maybuery Drive.
Rappahannock Mattress Company leased 3,600 square feet in Chesterfield, SMASHdirect leased 14,085 square feet in Hanover. And Chris Bossola leased 4,500 square feet at 3018 W. Cary St. in Richmond.
An unprofitable bent-grass golf course in Hanover County will likely have new owners within 60 days, if the bankruptcy court approves a sale. And it might not be open to public play once enough members join.
O’Sullivan’s Films, a film coating manufacturer in Winchester, was bought by a German company for an undisclosed sum.
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Each issue of a new weekly newspaper published by a division of the Richmond Times-Dispatch is filled with arrest photos of the week collected from the metro area.
For a dozen VCU accounting majors, it’s the season to fill out tax forms. Over and over and over.