An entrepreneur says his late-night shuttle service has inspired some local taxi drivers to threaten him and his drivers.
Office Sense is back. This week we cool off in the Brown Distributing fridges. The local distributor moved into a new facility a year and a half ago.
Credit unions want in on small-business lending, where local and regional banks typically make a big chunk of their profits.
An increasing number of homes in Chesterfield and Glen Allen are popping up on our weekly list.
Adios, Max y Erma; hola, Plaza Azteca.
An arm of a local insurance giant has invested in a Richmond-based private equity fund that buys distressed real estate projects with the goal of fixing the management, injecting more money and coming out with a handsome return.
Dominion Enterprises leased 7,795 square feet in Moorefield Office Park in Chesterfield, Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet leased 13,000 square feet in Richmond and Performance AutoSport, Inc. leased 8,400 square feet on Tomlynn St. in Richmond.
The driving force behind some of the most popular running races in Richmond is adding a new event for the corporate types.
A local real estate firm has launched a new website, and another national firm with a local presence has opened a Hampton Roads office.
BizSense’s new weekly data section “Trading Day” is a rundown of what local publicly traded companies have filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. This week, it includes the reelection of board members at Altria, stock awards at C&F Bank and the announcement that a vice president at Genworth plans to retire. Publicly traded companies must file certain information with the SEC, including when “insiders” buy or sell stock.