Transportation round table: Upward mobility

North Carolina’s transportation industry is expanding, adapting and preparing to keep the state’s economy moving forward.

Nuclear energy’s role won’t change in the future

North Carolina’s nuclear power plants have provided an important source of electricity for nearly a half-decade. Industry experts say that role won’t change soon.

Technology is changing how energy providers interact with customers

Technology is changing how utilities provide energy to and interact with their customers.

North Carolina’s renewable-energy industry is positioned for success

Bountiful supplies, new technology and fresh guidance from Raleigh have North Carolina’s renewable-energy industry positioned for success.

Energized 2018

A guide to the energy industry in the Carolinas

Moore County marches forward, bolstered by tourists and the military

Moore County’s recently unveiled strategic development plan aims to improve its standing by leveraging its economic strengths, including tourism and a military presence.

Coastal communities respond to environmental changes

Coastal communities are working to shelter their busy economies from a changing environment.

Workforce training programs specialize in meeting unique needs

North Carolina’s workforce-training programs specialize in meeting the unique needs of its diverse workers and businesses.

2017 Guide to Business

Advice is only as valuable as its source. Those are important words to remember when you’re seeking help with your business.

Digital privacy and cybersecurity round table: Growing threat

Businesses and individuals must make cybersecurity a priority as web-based attacks increase in severity and scope.

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