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Big-beer backlash hasn’t slowed a thriving Asheville brewery’s east Coast growth.
MapAnything charts speedy growth by showing salespeople and others how to get where they need to be in a hurry.
A new initiative seeks to improve children’s health and well-being in North Carolina while maintaining the state’s business competitiveness.
A family-owned beer distributor in eastern North Carolina taps out in a record sale.
New towers built mainly for financial and professional-services workers make the Queen City a national development hot spot.
Golden LEAF Foundation's goal is to spark economic growth in rural communities with a $1 million grant to East Carolina University’s RISE-29 effort.
A commuter-rail system linking Chapel Hill, Duke University and Durham hits a snag when Duke University blocks it over concerns with the proposed route.
The biannual High Point Market, the furnishings industry’s largest gathering of manufacturers, importers and retailers, is the biggest economic event in the state.
The owners of the former Philip Morris plant in Concord are hoping a clean slate will help attract new tenants.
Appalachian State University negotiated a $191 million public-private partnership for a 2,100-bed, four-building project to replace seven aging residence halls.
History, arts and culture converge in downtown Hillsborough.
What does an employer owe rank-and-file workers in the event of a sale or downsizing? There’s a simple answer in North Carolina: Nothing.