A local bank executive announces his retirement, which comes with a 5-figure payout. Plus, more details on C&F Bank’s acquisition of a Northern Neck peer and Hamilton Beach announces the shuttering of all of the stores of its retail arm, The Kitchen Collection.
A technology company claims a gym group owes $500,000. A restaurant co-owner says she was locked out and the equipment she purchased is being used in a different restaurant. BizPro members get access to the entire docket.
A New York restaurant couple has chosen Richmond for the second location of Gersi, which opened in Brooklyn in 2016.
With acreage in hand following a seven-figure deal, an Indiana-based developer has plans for a sizable development along one of Chesterfield’s highly desired industrial corridors.
A resolution has been reached after a breakup within a local marketing agency earlier this year spawned a competing firm and a lawsuit in Richmond Circuit Court.
Patented ideas this week include language learning software, e-kit packaging, an ammunition tray and a new process for detecting a transaction volume anomaly.
A D.C.-based food delivery company launches in town, a local retailer heads to Norfolk, the Science Museum of Virginia gets a quarter-million-dollar grant and more in this month’s Newsbites.
The Short Pump location will be the third for Scents of Serenity, which also has spas on Grove Avenue and Staples Mill Road.
The electric scooter giant, whose unannounced launch in Richmond last year prompted the creation of regulations for the dockless, on-demand vehicles, is giving it another go in the city.
Lining up its first location in the Richmond market, a national golf retail chain is headed for the western Henrico shopping hub.