Best name: U R My Joi Music.
A new anthology of short stories set in Richmond and written mostly by local authors is flying off the bookshelves.
Small and medium-size banks continued to bear the brunt of the sluggish economy in the first quarter of 2010 compared with large banks.
Officials at Chesterfield County wants to boost sports tourism and wants its residents to have use of new synthetic turf fields. At the same time, it wants to limit its risk should a mega sports complex currently under construction flop.
Several event planners move to new firms. Plus hires in investment banking, banking and IT.
The Chesterfield Economic Development Authority is requesting that the Board of Supervisors approve a $2 million grant and a $2.3 million, 20-year lease with SportsQuest, a mega sports project planned for the intersection of Route 288 and Powhite Parkway.
Despite some advantages, Richmond-based Xenith Bank isn’t tying itself to any outdated promises of profitability.
Two huge homes are on the list this week with home loans greater than $500,000.
Community Bank Investors of America, better known as CBIA, is a private equity fund founded in 2007 by two locals to identify struggling, undervalued community banks, take an equity position in them and, in some cases, take over leadership of the bank. This week RBS chats with one of the founders about the challenges of that sort of work these days.
New Dominion Angels invest more than $100,000 in a website publisher and social media consultancy.