There’s plenty of shuffling this week in the executive ranks of local public companies, including CarMax, Media General and local banks. Markel discloses that it has some acquisitions in the works. And a Midlothian videogame maker gets a reprieve on some of its defaulted debt, using one of its games as collateral.
The chairman and a former executive of a Midlothian video game publisher were slapped with fines last week.
A Chesterfield video game publisher is suing the developer of its best-selling title, a game which allows users to pretend to care for a baby.