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Nudge is the brainchild of Richmonder Mac Gambill and Phil Beene, whose company of the same name shifted its headquarters to Richmond in 2013 and is moving to offices near City Stadium in Carytown. more

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Former anchorman's memoir goes back to his roots more

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As Church Hill People's News celebrates 10 years, Richmond's community journalism is stronger than ever. more

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Richmond office to work on media branding and strategy for NYC’s mass transit system more

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National report cites impact of social and economic struggles on the city’s overall health. more

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Richmond may not be known as a high-tech hotbed, but software executives Edwin Huertas and Alex Otañez are keeping busy developing custom mobile applications for start-up companies, Fortune 500 firms and government agencies. more

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Matt Goodwyn loves drinking microbrews so much that he decided to publish his own quarterly magazine about Virginia's craft-beer industry. more

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Richmond's ratio of public safety employees to residents is among the highest in the United States, according to a study by NerdWallet, a consumer advocacy website. more

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Jeff Bayard may be a newcomer to publishing, but his Richmond-based online magazine isn't content to pick the low-hanging fruit of easy stories. more

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Radio IQ, a public station that is owned by Virginia Tech, recently upgraded its broadcast signal to "enable us to serve the Richmond community in a much better way," manager Glenn Gleixner says. more

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Bitcoin is a global "crypto-currency" that — at least, so far — exists beyond the control of a central governing authority. more

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If radio station WRVA was a house, Jeff Katz would be downsizing. After two decades of hosting his own show in larger media markets, Katz brought his right-of-center schtick to Richmond in December. more

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When supporters of a downtown performing arts center floated the idea more than a decade ago, Richmond Shakespeare was among the first theater groups recruited as a resident producing company. more

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