An employee claims Cook Out management is responsible for a dangerous condition that allowed robbers who injured her entry and wants $10 million in compensation, and an x-ray technician claims $750,000 in damages in a malicious prosecution/defamation suit. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.
However cold it gets in Richmond today, it’s not cold enough for George Nyfeler.
One of the area’s busiest homebuilders is looking to beef up a planned Chesterfield townhome development by adding condos.
YWCA Richmond names winners of its Outstanding Women Awards, a local spa reopens in the Near West End, a local startup is heading to an incubator in Ohio and more in this month’s Newsbites.
After hashing out the idea aboard one of their boats, a couple of local guitar enthusiasts are looking to make waves of another sort – soundwaves included – with their musician-minded invention.
This week’s patents include an improved refrigerated display case, drone delivery systems and surf pool designs.
Eight years into his 16-year federal prison sentence for a multimillion-dollar historic tax credit scheme, a notorious Richmond real estate developer is getting a reprieve.
An infill residential development underway near Carytown is signaling the return of a homebuilding industry veteran.
Last month, a local chain of coworking venues that sought legislative help had a bill introduced to get the Virginia ABC off its back.
The head of the Richmond Chamber announced his resignation this week. Plus, new faces in real estate, insurance, healthcare and more.