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A fight over the fine print

A fight over the fine print

Michael Schwartz April 23, 2014 0

A bankrupt Richmond restaurateur has thrown a legal jab back at a Midlothian bank, including an argument about font size.

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DealFlow: M&A roundup for 4.23.14

DealFlow: M&A roundup for 4.23.14

Michael Schwartz April 23, 2014 0

Hundreds of millions of dollars worth of deals closed by local investment banking firms this month including Harris Williams, Transact Capital and BB&T Capital Markets.

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Patterson/Libbie retailer wrapping up

Patterson/Libbie retailer wrapping up

Michael Thompson April 22, 2014 0

A gift shop with more than 50 years in business is saying goodbye

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In battle over river views, round 1 goes to developer

In battle over river views, round 1 goes to developer

Burl Rolett April 22, 2014 1

Against plenty of opposition, a local developer has scored a major win for his plan to add a new high-rise to Shockoe Bottom

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Deal bagged for golf equipment

Deal bagged for golf equipment

Michael Schwartz April 22, 2014 1

A Richmond-based golf gear maker has scored an acquisition north of the border

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BizSense newsbites: Announcements, awards and other tidbits for 4.22.14

BizSense newsbites: Announcements, awards and other tidbits for 4.22.14

Brandy Brubaker April 22, 2014 0

ODDS & ENDS is new a monthly round-up of news bits on awards, grants, and other announcements from local businesses

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The Herd: New hires, departures and promotions for 4.22.14

The Herd: New hires, departures and promotions for 4.22.14

Michael Thompson April 22, 2014 0

Moves this week in advertising, higher-ed, technology and more. And a local bank exec announces his retirement.

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Neighborhood’s foreclosed phase finds a suitor

Neighborhood’s foreclosed phase finds a suitor

Brandy Brubaker April 22, 2014 0

Emerald Homes hopes to get the Clifton subdivision in Goochland back on task by agreeing to buy the remaining 17 lots

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Canal power plant still looking for a jolt

Canal power plant still looking for a jolt

Burl Rolett April 21, 2014 0

In the hustle of Richmond’s tax credit-fueled redevelopment rush in recent years, old urban buildings with at least some architectural character rarely stay on the market as long as the Haxall Canal hydro plant

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Downtown eatery exits the scene

Downtown eatery exits the scene

Michael Thompson April 21, 2014 3

After a two-year run, an East Grace Street restaurant has folded its linens for the last time

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