Western: Skin tight

Avadim Technologies CEO Steven Woody announces plans to add 550 jobs once the company opens a new Black Mountain headquarters and manufacturing site.

Best Employers in NC: Sea Change

The state’s best employers shower their staffs with various perks to show appreciation and encourage loyalty. Want to learn paddleboarding?

Ring Master

Known for relentless polling, passion for Democratic politics and a raconteur’s spirit, Raleigh businessman Dean Debnam has also built a company that lends a hand to workers across the globe.

New cop on the beat

At a lectern in dark suit and pale-blue tie, he sounds like a doctor addressing medical students on a spring day at Winston-Salem’s Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. “If we have optimal [...]

Chart toppers

With more than a billion dollars worth of projects and improvements planned or underway, North Carolina’s top hospitals are looking ahead to accommodate a growing population and stay at the [...]

West: Pin action

Early one February afternoon during a snowstorm that kept Watauga County schools closed for a week, 11 of 16 bowling lanes at Boone’s TEN High Country Lanes were filled with children and their [...]

Charlotte: Southern Exposure

For a neighborhood bustling with new office buildings, apartments and restaurants, SouthPark’s future seems to have a lot of people worried. Increasing traffic congestion and a layout that [...]

Triad: On the right track

Former Greensboro Mayor Jim Melvin and other Triad executives are exuberant about the North Carolina Railroad’s $13 million purchase of about 875 acres in Randolph County, completing a giant [...]

Triangle: What the doctor ordered

Doctors complain a lot about insurance companies, so they might as well own one. In North Carolina, they do: Raleigh-based Medical Mutual Insurance sells medical malpractice insurance to about [...]

East: Teeing up jobs

Salt Life decals, stuck on everything from rusty pickups to shiny sports cars, evoke a certain image — and it’s probably not the muddy Cape Fear River flowing through Fayetteville. Yet Salt [...]

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