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Prognosis good for Richmond hospitals

Both non profit hospitals in Richmond are still very much operating in the black, but large investment losses are dragging down their financial performance, and that could clog the pipeline for new buildings and potentially increase the cost of borrowing in the future. And both say more patients are postponing certain care and having more trouble paying.

Seminar to help guide business leaders during troubled times

Assura Consulting, a leader in the field of risk management, is bringing together industry leaders on June 9 to help provide tangible, useful information to get through this recession.

The leadership symposium kicks off with keynote speaker Patrick Gottschalk, Secretary of Commerce and Trade for the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Economic Experts to Discuss the Real Scoop on the Economy at Venture Forum

What impact will the current federal stimulus program have on the economy? Are there entrepreneurial opportunities in the stimulus? What can venture capitalists learn from the downturn, and look for in the recovery? Those questions, and others that look at the recession, possible recovery signals, and how the stimulus will affect short and long term… Read more »

Mixed-use development planned for Cary and Meadow

A mid-rise building for residential and retail use has been proposed for the northeast corner of Cary and Meadow streets in the Fan. A BP service station and coin laundry currently operate at the site, but West Cary Street Planning Committee chairman Ed Eck has produced a plan to build a three- to five-story residential… Read more »

Q&A: Local biz leaders on the economy

On  Friday the VCU School of Business hosted an economic panel featuring Jeffrey M. Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond; Steven A. Markel, vice chairman of Markel Corporation; and John R. Nelson, executive vice president and chief technology officer of Altria Group. The panelists answered questions from students and fellow executives about… Read more »