Carl Johnson

Investing on the verge

Tim Keating pitches his private equity fund to a crowd of Richmonders.

A quarter-century of cutting-edge ideas

A group known for picking companies to watch is taking a look back. And it’s looking for nominations for entrepreneurs to be recognized at a big gala at the end of this month.

How do you say Shalom with a Richmond accent

Eight Israeli life science startups will establish their worldwide headquarters in Richmond. “This is clinical and scientific economic development,” said Donna Edmonds, the head of the nascent Virginia Biosciences Commercialization Center (VBCC), an off-shoot of the Virginia BioTechnology Research Park that helped lure the companies to town.