Proxy season is in full swing as companies disclose the compensation packages paid out to their top executives. The highest seen thus far is $17 million. Plus, a local company suspends its share repurchase program.
As area localities revise their fiscal budgets amid plummeting revenues and grim economic forecasts, one local government is going a step further in its response to the coronavirus, furloughing hundreds of employees indefinitely.
This week’s installment features thoughts from Atlantic Union Bank CEO John Asbury, construction executive Mark Hourigan and Buskey Cider co-owner Elle Correll.
A residential real estate team backed by an online brokerage has found a brick-and-mortar home in western Henrico, less than a mile from where a new player in the market is planting its own flag near Short Pump.
After finding a niche in cafés and gourmet markets locally, Sara McGlothlin is expanding the reach of her snack bar startup.
Richmond reports new townhomes in the East End. Chesterfield has town homes, residential homes and school improvements underway. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
What do you do when the main premise of your business model – gathering clusters of people in communal space – is antithetical to the current state of the world?
The bank will trade digs downtown in favor of a from-scratch, 25,000-square-foot building on land it just purchased near the airport.
Auctions are continuing this week on a chunk of embattled businessman Michael Hild’s portfolio of Manchester properties.
A headmaster is named president of two prominent Catholic schools. An ad agency names a PR director. New faces in law, real estate and more.