Herndon-based information technology services company B3 Group Inc. announced Tuesday that Laura Schweitzer has been hired as its director of data and analytics, effective July 22. Schweitzer most recently led health care advanced analytics PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) — the world’s largest professional services company with more than $35 billion in revenue. In her new role, she will
André Hentz joins NuWave Solutions LLC
McLean-based information technology company NuWave Solutions LLC announced Thursday that André Hentz has been named its chief operating officer, effective July 20. Hentz is the former acting deputy undersecretary for science and technology for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. He had also served as the chief scientist at the Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate
Company will invest $35M, governor announces
Bausch + Lomb plans to invest more than $35 million to expand its contact lens products manufacturing facility in Lynchburg, creating 79 jobs over the next five years, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday. The new plant, which will be on 13.1 acres across from its existing facility on Graves Mill Road, will be the main
Popular clothing e-tailer goes under during pandemic
Richmond-based clothing and home goods retailer Need Supply Co. has gone under due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will permanently cease operations, its attorney confirmed Tuesday. The store has not issued a public statement, including on its website or social media sites. “Need Supply Co. has made the difficult decision to wind down its business
Richmond-based C.F. Sauer Co. owns mayonnaise brand.
Duke’s Mayonnaise, owned by Richmond’s C.F. Sauer Co., will be the title sponsor of a regular-season college football game in September and a bowl game hosted in Charlotte, North Carolina, the company announced Thursday with the Charlotte Sports Foundation. Financial terms of the four-year contract were not disclosed. The Duke’s Mayo Classic will take place
BlackSky Global not part of the deal, as previously announced.
Seattle-based Spaceflight Industries Inc. — which has a Herndon location — announced Friday it has officially sold its satellite rideshare business to Tokyo-based Mitsui & Co. Ltd. and Chiba, Japan-based Yamasa Co. Ltd. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The sale was first announced in February and passed a review by the U.S.
Company plans six locations in the state.
Houston-based national generator franchise Generator Supercenter announced Friday it has signed the lease for a 6,000-square-foot space at the Ashburn Crossing business park in Loudoun County, its first location in Virginia. The company plans to eventually have six locations in the commonwealth. The lease amount has not been disclosed. Generator Supercenter provides emergency generators for
Mark Nantz was most recently with Bon Secours Mercy Health.
Winchester-based Valley Health welcomed new president and CEO Mark Nantz to the regional health care system on June 1. He succeeds previous president and CEO Mark Merrill, who held the position for 11 years. Nantz most previously was the chief administrative officer and Atlantic group president with Bon Secours Mercy Health. He has also held
MOVA Technologies' system would let companies extract chemicals from emissions
Updated June 29 A Pulaski-based company is poised to go commercial with technology that removes coal ash and other chemical pollutants from the air — extracting chemicals that can be recycled and sold for industrial use. A team of scientists at Virginia Tech has released a preliminary report confirming proof of concept, MOVA Technologies President Steven
Dominion Energy Inc.'s former headquarters goes BOOM in downtown Richmond
Dominion Energy Inc.’s 1970s-era former headquarters made a big kaboom! Saturday morning as it was imploded in downtown Richmond, making way for a new office tower — although plans for the replacement building have not been finalized. Thousands of people gathered on bridges, hills and sidewalks to watch the spectacle, which was for many the