Amazon.com Inc.’s 3.8-million-square-foot robotics fulfillment center in Suffolk opened in September, but the global retail colossus held an official grand opening at the facility Thursday, allowing Amazon officials to show
Warrenton-based nonprofit benefits health organizations
Billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott has pledged $15 million to the Warrenton-based PATH Foundation, an organization that provides grants for health-focused organizations in Fauquier, Rappahannock and Culpeper counties, PATH announced Thursday.
The top trending stories on VirginiaBusiness.com from July 15 to Aug. 14 were led by an exclusive update on the Virginia Beach Oceanfront surf park, which is being developed by
640,000-square-foot center has 900 workers already
Last week Amazon.com Inc. opened its new, 640,000-square-foot processing facility in Chesapeake, the global e-tailer’s first cross-dock fulfillment center in Virginia. About 900 of the 1,000 workers that Amazon announced
Placemaking focuses on people and design
In Virginia Beach, most tourists flock to the Oceanfront. But just a couple blocks west, you’ll find an area that feels a little more artsy and a lot more local.
27-story Rosslyn towner marks fourth acquisition
Cortland, an Atlanta-based multifamily real estate investment, development and management company, has completed its initial round of apartment acquisitions in Arlington with the purchase of Evo Rosslyn, a 27-story apartment
Williams led hiring efforts for HQ2 workers
Ardine Williams, vice president of HQ2 workforce development for Amazon.com Inc., has retired — again — Amazon confirmed this week. Williams, who had been one of Amazon’s most high-profile Virginia
Sale closes after Arlington approval of HQ2 development
Amazon.com Inc. has acquired the 11-acre PenPlace development site, part of its HQ2, its East Coast headquarters, from Bethesda, Maryland-based JBG Smith Properties for $198 million, JBG Smith announced Monday.
Mars, Hilton and CMA CGM Group among those taking action
McLean-based Mars Inc. and other companies with major Virginia presences are responding to the war between Russia and Ukraine, chiefly by helping employees who live in the Eastern European nation
Ryder was CEO and Chairman of Reader's Digest
Thomas O. Ryder, former CEO and chairman of White Plains, New York-based Reader’s Digest Association Inc., has been elected to the board of the Charlottesville-based Focused Ultrasound Foundation. Ryder has