Charlotte’s crown jewels

Charlotte’s growth is among the fastest in the nation. That’s building its assets, including an international airport, light-rail system and diverse housing.

North Carolina’s newest public company: A primer

Some facts about NN Inc., based on company statements and government filings: The company was founded in Tennessee in 1980. It is moving its headquarters and 200 jobs to Charlotte in 2018.

Judges, Rep. Burr clash over election districts

North Carolina's judges and lawyers are lobbying against a bill to redraw judicial election maps acros the state.

DealCloud organizes financial transactions

DealCloud helps investment bankers, lenders, chief financial officers and others involved in mergers and financial transactions stay organized.

Charlotte, Triangle tech job growth lauded in CBRE report

Tech employment is soaring in the Charlotte and Triangle markets, a new report by the CBRE real estate company shows. Charlotte added tech jobs at the nation's fastest pace over the last five years.

Apparel company Cato looks to get back on track

Cato, a women’s apparel chain, shares have slid more than 50% since peaking at $40 in February 2015.

Charlotte’s MapAnything attracts bucks from David Stern and the Russians

MapAnything raises $33 million to expand its software company. Investors include former NBA Commissioner David Stern and a U.S. affiliate of a controversial Russian conglomerate.

The best of luck

People who know the majority owner of the Carolina Panthers describe Jerry Richardson many ways.

Statewide: Pour performance

Statewide: Business news from across North Carolina.

Statewide: Charlotte region, February 2014

Monthly report of business news from the Charlotte region.