by Kathy Blake Some of North Carolina’s most influential business leaders, hoping to exert more influence on state education policy, are backing a nonprofit advocacy group that is responding to [...]
Monthly report of business news from the Western region.
Monthly report of business news from the Charlotte region.
Lee Roberts, 46, left Wall Street for North Carolina in 2006 and later worked on multimillion dollar deals with private-equity investors Tom Darden and Adam Abram. After replacing Art Pope as [...]
Suppose your stockbroker called on Jan. 17, 2000, giddy over the news that drug-industry giants Glaxo Wellcome and SmithKline Beecham were merging in a $68 billion deal. Let’s buy some shares in [...]
by Ogi Overman Before doomsday pundits drop the last shovelful of dirt on the print media industry, they might want to visit N2 Publishing in Wilmington. There, a staff of about 200 graphic [...]
by Harrison Raby Minor league baseball is thriving in North Carolina, which is home to nine officially sanctioned MiLB franchises, more than all but California, Florida and New York. The game’s [...]
Dancing with the stores
Statewide: Rejuvenating revenue.
Monthly report of business news from the Eastern region.
Monthly report of business news from the Triangle region.
Monthly report of business news from the Triad region.
By Edward Martin No heavy machinery rumbles here. At a plant east of Raleigh, down shrubbery-lined Apothecary Drive in Zebulon, stunningly fast production lines fill purple inhalers with [...]
I am not a cynic. But I confess to being jaded. Still, it took my breath away when Yadkin Valley Community Hospital shut its doors in late May. Hospitals are like Waffle Houses: they’re not [...]
by Harrison Raby More than 115,000 people attended two nights of soccer matches featuring some of the world’s best teams at Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium in July, a showing that gave Jim [...]
The funny thing is,” Heather LaGarde says with a laugh, “we don’t officially exist as a town, or even a village. We’re really just a good idea.” As twilight settles over tiny Saxapahaw [...]
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