The Richmond bank once again is putting its money down on college sports with its second multimillion-dollar deal with a Virginia university.
Ballistic-resistant material, tobacco-related inventions and a new swing design are some of this week’s new patents.
After several years of quietly amassing properties along a rundown stretch of Hull Street, a husband-and-wife team is ready to put their big bet on the area to the test.
Despite fewer banks and fewer branches, the local banking scene had a spike in deposits pouring in over the last 12 months.
A massive steel girder was ceremoniously lifted into the downtown sky Monday morning, but not before the Sharpies had a chance to dry.
Its 15,000-square-foot Richmond facility offers program rooms, counseling offices, space for group meetings and a lab, and can support about 200 patients.
An attorney and former state delegate is retiring, two natural resources specialists leave D.C. to join a local law firm, and an engineering firm promotes two execs after moving its HQ to Richmond.
Fallout from a massive identity data breach disclosed last month by the consumer credit agency is beginning to find its way into Richmond.
After stints trading stocks and running a popular downtown brunch spot, a local entrepreneur has found a confluence for his two past careers.
An engineering firm is marking its 45th year in business by moving its home base to Henrico County from the heart of Hokie country.