In development feud, writing is on the wall

It’s not often that a spat over tax credits inspires graffiti artists. Developer Justin French said he supports the local artists who painted messages on the exterior walls of the Scott’s Addition industrial property they rent from him, messages not so subtly aimed at French’s tax credit purchaser for the renovated building at 1509 Belleville… Read more »

Guest Opinion: The lowdown on HSAs

RBS’s regular financial columnist weighs in on the value of health savings accounts and how they work.

No more sales calls

After a long, hard look in the mirror, the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce is tweaking its mission and streamlining its operations.

Consider this a warning

In the midst of planning a stock offering to raise sorely needed capital, a local bank received notice from Nasdaq that the value of its shares has been too low for too long.

A new kind of collective bargaining

Two companies that sell discount vouchers launched operations in Richmond this week, and if they grow here like they have in bigger markets, they could become a major marketing option for local retailers.