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2 years after local push, bank pulls back

2 years after local push, bank pulls back

Michael Schwartz February 6, 2014 0

An out-of-town bank that made a major push into Richmond less than two years ago is shutting down two of its local branches.

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Bank reclaims a chunk of Midlothian

Bank reclaims a chunk of Midlothian

Michael Schwartz February 4, 2014 1

Back in the hands of its lender, a huge piece of a stalled local real estate development is on the market.

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600+ acres up for auction in Midlothian

600+ acres up for auction in Midlothian

Michael Schwartz February 3, 2014 0

Almost half of a long-stalled massive planned development in Midlothian will be up for grabs today

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Local financial firm opens office in N.C.

Local financial firm opens office in N.C.

Michael Schwartz January 30, 2014 1

Continuing its expansion streak, a Glen Allen financial firm has spread out to the Tar Heel State

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Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 1.30.14

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 1.30.14

Michael Schwartz January 30, 2014 0

A local bank chairman is stepping down. A vote has been set for the merger of three local REIT funds. And six-figure bonuses for a team of local executives.

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Franchisees keep it in the family

Franchisees keep it in the family

Michael Schwartz January 27, 2014 0

A decades-old Midlothian-based family business has added some spark to its holdings

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Jobs site hopes to catch a new owner

Jobs site hopes to catch a new owner

Michael Schwartz January 22, 2014 0

Launched as a lifeline when it seemed like the sky was falling, a local jobs website is in search of new owner.

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Local finance manager sentenced for fraud

Local finance manager sentenced for fraud

Michael Schwartz January 17, 2014 4

A Richmond finance manager and former restaurateur was sentenced in federal court Friday to 18 months for defrauding his rock star client and was ordered to pay $1.25 million in restitution

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Bank is left with a high-dollar whodunit

Bank is left with a high-dollar whodunit

Michael Schwartz January 17, 2014 0

Although it managed to work a deal to avoid a dividend rate hike on its former TARP shares, a local bank wasn’t able to solve an 18-month-old mystery

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