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In some cities and college campuses, the bike-sharing craze is the fastest thing on two wheels.
Embracing challenges helped propel Heather Denny’s 22-year career in a male-dominated industry.
After stepping away from his first success, Robbie Allen is back as CEO of a better-funded, highly touted Durham startup, Infinia.
Concord’s economy was built on cotton and cigarettes. Today, the Cabarrus County seat aims to be more than a bedroom community for Charlotte.
ISG’s thesis hinges in part on the notion that climate change is leading to more frequent, violent weather, which creates overflowing storm sewers and further degrades aging municipal lines.
Raleigh leaders are hoping that Union Station in the city’s up-and-coming Warehouse District will attract more than just rail passengers.
A federal jury in Raleigh in April roasted a subsidiary of pork giant Smithfield Foods over waste disposal methods at a hog farm in Bladen County.
Roy Carroll is in a battle with Greensboro over the construction of a $30 million parking deck.
Crescent Communities’ sale to a 300-year-old Japanese firm could open up new avenues for growth.
Commentary: Andy Leeds is a street-smart furniture salesman who knows the highs and lows of business life.
North Carolina hospitals provide advanced cardiac treatments and patient care for better outcomes.
In the life-sciences arena, researchers are constantly working on high-tech solutions to complex problems that can run the gamut from addiction medicine to gene therapy that treats heretofore incurable diseases.
Economic developers in the Triad are revitalizing downtowns with major projects and working to attract high-paying jobs in industries such as aviation and aeronautics.