More local banks reveal the pay packages for their top executive, plus some executive shuffling at one of the area’s largest companies.
A downtown law firm has lured four lawyers from a larger rival over the past three weeks.
A packed docket this week: a local bank wants a receiver appointed for a new Henrico hotel, claiming it hasn’t been paid millions that it lent. Plus a dispute between a chef and Bookbinder’s restaurant. And an unusual lease squabble involving a tenant who claims she was shot by another tenant, and then not allowed to break her lease, even though she’d been shot by a tenant the leasing company allowed in the building. And a bank has a confessed judgement against SportsQuest for $300,000.
A local bank that owes the government more than $1 million finally got the green light to make its first TARP payment in more than a year.
Some local real estate deals got their moment in the spotlight at the 11th Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate awards ceremony at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.
A ton of deals this month from Windward Advisors, Matrix Capital Markets, Transact AOCP, Harris Williams, BB&T Capital Markets and a few local small businesses.
For homeowners who are sick of hiring the kid down the block to mow the lawn halfway, a new Richmond business offers an alternative.
Five teams made their best pitches Monday in the final round of the University of Richmond’s annual business competition.
The clock is ticking for another Kmart store in Richmond.
Moves this week in law, architecture, higher education, advertising and more.