Corsicana Mattress Company announced plans to close a production plant in Chesterfield, just two days before the company filed for bankruptcy protection on Saturday.
The former Mamma ‘Zu building at 501 S. Pine St. was sold for $900,000 on June 17, according to city property records.
QUESTION: Many prospective customers expect to be able to negotiate the price down before signing a contract. Should we negotiate price?
Welcome back to a bear market.
Do you plan to take your business into the metaverse? Even if you don’t, it presents legal issues you should think about.
Plans call for 148 residential units and 15,000 square feet of commercial space, with a portion set aside for medical offices.
Melissa and Sara Jane Longstaff are not an ordinary mother-and-daughter duo; they’re the creative brains behind the eclectic selection of vintage goods at Two Rabbits Vintage.
QUESTION: I’m looking for ways to get my company to do things faster, less expensively, with higher quality. How can I achieve all of these goals at once?
This week, I came face to face in the mirror with 60-year-old Chuck. Up until that moment, he was never anyone I worried about meeting.
Dawayne Taylor used to sit in a wooden swiveling chair in the basement of his Varina childhood home while his dad cut his hair long before the coronavirus pandemic forced many families to do the same.
QUESTION: I’m hiring for my small business. Some of the candidates I see are unemployed. Should they receive less consideration than a candidate who currently has a job?
This is the time in a market downturn when investors, typically, become their own worst enemy.
8@4 Behind the Lens presented by Massey Cancer Center - June 8 from the Virginia Wayside Furniture Studios
The VVN team had the opportunity to surprise a McDonald's Crew member for his generous act of kindness after he was nominated by an employee for going above and beyond. 8@4 is presented by Massey Cancer Center from the Virginia Wayside Furniture Studios with sports presented by the Richmond …
At Richmond International Airport on Wednesday, roughly 100 passengers waited to board Breeze Airways’ fully booked nonstop flight to San Francisco.
Just in time for Father’s Day, Bryant’s Cider in Shockoe Bottom is adding beer to its menu on June 18.
Longtime friends Nick Foley and Jake Albritton stood poolside at Hanover Golf Club last month as the morning temperatures soared — good news for the lush green fairways that stretched out before them.
QUESTION: I have an employee who is an issue. She is often belligerent and causes problems with my other employees. Unfortunately, she is key to my operation. Quite frankly, she does things that no one else, including me, knows how to do. I’d like to dismiss her, but I don’t feel like I can.…
Pop’s Market on Grace officially closed last week to begin converting to the owners’ third Buttermilk + Honey location.
Americans love labels. Successful buzzwords, catch-phrases and hooks take off like the wind, and then blow out of control in just about every direction.
Two investors in the redevelopment of a former tobacco plant in South Richmond have filed suit against the developer, alleging that he increased his stakes in the project through a pattern of fraud and money laundering.