Almost exactly two years after Circuit City filed for bankruptcy, a local filmmaker produced a documentary about the company’s rise and fall. Plus on Friday RBS will have the final story in our Circuit City series reporting on the old headquarters and how a local firm wants to turn it back into a premium office building.
Incumbents lead in advertising spending, but the cash doesn’t flow like it does in major elections.
One of our beefiest herds, with a departure at the Times-Dispatch and new hires in law, IT, investment banking and construction.
The Federal Club’s new owners throw open the doors to Richmonders as they try to reach their target membership.
A local startup wants to give you the keys to a dream job search.
Lots of businesses trying to collect bills, including landlords and contractors. Plus local publication “The Voice” is being sued for defamation while a former Lumber Liquidators employee claims he was dismissed on account of his race. And a slip and fall lawsuit with the plaintiff alleging he slipped on ice.
When they aren’t seeing patients, some doctors in Richmond are getting paid big bucks by the nation’s largest drug companies for consulting and speaking gigs, a practice that some critics say contributes to drastically higher costs for patients.
BizSense is running three stories this week about the legacy of Circuit City. Today, we follow up on a tragic plane crash in 2005. Later this week you will read about a locally produced documentary about the Circuit City and what might become of the former headquarters.
Fed up with the business-as-usual politics in Richmond, former business owner Floyd Bayne decided to throw his hat in the ring.
More Justin French properties, plus a house on Monument.