When he sees a lot of bank repossessions coming on the lot at Motley’s Richmond Auto Auction, Jeff Schuler is inclined to say the economy is tanking. That’s not happening now.
Amazon’s planned distribution centers in Chesterfield and Dinwiddie are welcome news for job-seekers, but a group representing brick-and-mortar retailers says the Internet giant isn’t playing fair.
Helen Reed is responsible for the interiors at some of Richmond’s hot new restaurants.
The developer and lenders of a bankrupt 1,300-acre Midlothian development are headed into mediation.
The used car retailer is looking to fill positions across the country.
“It was time for me to move on and turn the reigns over to younger folks with fresh ideas,” said Owner Dan Apple, 56. “Like an old ball player – if you hang around too long you start embarrassing yourself.”
A Northern Virginia investor wants to buy a chunk of a local bank and give it a shot of fresh cash.
A Richmond company gets some huge press in the Wall Street Journal.
Portlandia tv series pokes fun at the “localvores” of the world.
In the two years since Martin’s took over from Ukrop’s, some Richmond wine sellers have found new meaning in an age-old mandate: Evolve or die.