S&K Menswear is just a memory, but the bonds are still tight. Four former executives still work together, but not in the same way. They each own their own businesses and hire each other.
A Richmond councilman wants to dedicate a portion of proceeds from the sale of city-owned property to economic development.
Smith and Associates, LLC has leased 1,200 square feet in Windsor Building at 1506 Staples Mill Rd. in Henrico.Spartan Metalwerks has leased 3,600 square feet at 1702 Belleville Street in Richmond.
A startup insurance firm in Richmond activated its first policies this week and hopes to be profitable by the end of the year. And the company is free from a “nuisance” lawsuit filed by a competitor it settled when the plaintiff paid Kinsale $377,000.
A group of members at an upscale golf club in Hanover County has started studying how to buy the club if the current owners/operators can’t rescue the business from bankruptcy protection.
The Chesterfield Board of Supervisors gave Dominion approval late last month to create a landfill for coal waste.
Best names this week: Allgood Renovations and In a Flash Roadside Assistance.
The 25 Ukrop’s stores purchased by Dutch grocer Ahold will be closed for a week as they get a facelift and a spring cleaning before becoming Martin’s grocery stores. Local firms are doing most of the work.
Love you? We hardly know you. Last month Union First Market Bank launched a marketing blitz to increase awareness and curiosity by asking, “It is wrong to love a bank?”
A short Herd this week, but a new managing director at a hedge fund consultancy and a new CIO at a local bank.