Toyota’s choice hurts, so what’s next for North Carolina?

Toyota-Mazda picked Alabama over North Carolina for a $1.6 billion plant. Consultant John Boyd analyzes the decision.

Bojangles’ cooks up a rebound strategy

After seven years of consistent growth, Bojangles’ stalls as costs rise and fast-food rivals slash prices.

Which Tar Heel business leaders had a mighty 2017?

Our take on the visionaries whose fortunes soared in concert with North Carolina’s rapid growth.

Best and worst N.C. stocks in 2017

It was a great year to own stocks, particularly LendingTree which led the performance of Carolinas-based stocks in 2017. Seven stocks gained at least 40%, while another 21 jumped 20% or more. [...]

Best stock ideas for 2018 by six NC pros

Six veteran investment pros selected their three favorite North Carolina stocks, and one to avoid, for 2018 in our annual forecasting contest. The prices are as of Dec. 1, 2017, when the pros [...]

Five N.C. stocks that have gained 15% over the last month

Five N.C. stocks have jumped more than 15% over the last month, benefiting from a merger, tax reform and rebounding investor confidence.

Five key things to know about directors and officers insurance – John Garver’s view

Directors and officers insurance coverage, which protects the insured from legal liability stemming from wrongful acts, is often treated as an “out of sight, out of mind” matter. But the [...]

Alt-investment pros deserting N.C. Retirement System

This article was published last month by Private Equity Real Estate, a website that tracks the private equity industry. This is a link to the story: By Evelyn Lee North [...]

It’s Goldilocks time for economy, Horizon’s Greg Valliere says

Washington, D.C. analyst Greg Valliere doesn't see a recession looming. But a potential conflict with North Korea is concerning.

Deficit, what deficit?

To heck with the anti-debt ninnies. Borrowing keeps the world going around, right?