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2019 Legal Elite: Sweet Sixteen

Photos By John Gessner, Taylor Johnson and Andrew Sherman Depending on when you grew up, reflecting back on your high-school days might evoke memories of...

AvidXchange’s free spirit talks tech

UNC Charlotte history major Chris Elmore was in the right place at the right time as a long-developing business emerged as one of North Carolina’s hottest companies.

Big money for N.C. tech stars comes from out of state

The fastest-growing N.C. tech firms are backed by big out-of-state investors, from Daniel Loeb to Julian Robertson.


High hopes for 2019 stock picks

Our annual stock-picking extravaganza reaches a new high this year, with Bobby Edgerton, co-founder...
Ollie Mulligan

Charlotte distiller tempts taste buds with prize-winning whiskey

Irishman Ollie Mulligan crafts award-winning American whiskey at his Charlotte distillery.
DeLisa Alexander

Red Hat’s Chief People Officer DeLisa Alexander blends creativity and technology

Red Hat’s DeLisa Alexander discusses creativity, culture and the value of failing.

Opinion: 2019: The year in preview

Columnist Dan Barkin offers a glimpse of the next 12 months — guaranteed mortal-lock, 1-900 predictions — to guide your business decisions in the year ahead.

Atlantic Coast Pipeline suspends work again

After a flurry of legal challenges, a completion date for The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is now uncertain.

Advance Auto Parts makes home in Triangle

Advance Auto Parts is looking to the Triangle’s tech talent to boost business as e-commerce syphons customers from traditional brick-and-mortar retailers.

FDA proposes ban on menthol cigarettes

A proposed ban on menthol cigarettes might seem like another nail in the coffin for the cigarette industry.

CommScope expands with purchase of Arris International

CommScope’s proposed $7.4 billion purchase of Arris International will double the company's size and provide more diverse products.
Mark Bellissimo

Mark Bellissimo transitions from horses to modular construction

Mark Bellissimo says his U.S. Precision Construction “will dwarf the value” of his horse-related holdings in North Carolina and Wellington, Fla., because of the potential of modular building in the hotel and multifamily housing industries.

Belmont provides quieter alternative to Charlotte

Belmont hums along as a quieter alternative to the bustling Queen City.