ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
The 23 westernmost counties in North Carolina are picturesque and open for business
Experts discuss the joys and pitfalls of working with your kin.
The state is abuzz with the potential of Big Tech expansions. But traditional forces remain our backbone.
Commentary: After a career betting on turnarounds, investor David Tepper tackles the NFL.
Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises brushes of Steel Partners Holdings offer and plans to sell off two subsidiaries — industrial manufacturers MEGTEC and Universal to German engineering firm Dürr AG.
Carpe co-founders David Spratte and Kasper Kubica discovered they both suffered from hyperhidrosis and set out to develop an antiperspirant lotion to tackle the problem.
After selling his 20-year-old technology company to private equity, Sageworks co-founder Brian Hamilton helps ex-cons kick-start their own ventures.
Dave Kirkpatrick’s natural affinity for social-minded entrepreneurs propels a Durham investment firm.
The red-hot Charlotte and Triangle housing markets show no signs of cooling anytime soon.
State agencies and leaders want North Carolina’s least-populous regions to share in the state’s growth. A Wilson school offers a hopeful sign.
North Carolina’s reputation as a jobs magnet keeps rocking along.
Amid a sizzling economy and robust foreign investment, Gov. Roy Cooper presses for more spending on education and job training.