Wednesday, April 24, 2024

2020 Trailblazers in North Carolina

Trailbalzers recognizes enterprising business owners and professionals under the age of 40 who operate in N.C. cities and towns that have fewer than 100,000 residents.

Round Table: Diversity and Inclusion

With recent social justice events and a spotlight on issues of diversity and equity, it is crucial for businesses to examine their workplace practices...

Pembroke native Jim Thomas rallies Robeson County

Pembroke native Jim Thomas, who got rich developing Los Angeles real estate, hasn’t forgotten his rural hometown. It is a long way from Pine Street...

Jim Segrave flies high

Jim Segrave displays little fear in growing his Kinston private-jet business amid a scarred aviation industry. The nose of the business jet, darting and bobbing...

Town Square: Wanchese

Featured in this month's TOWN SQUARE: Wanchese. A boat-building and commercial-fishing mecca, Wanchese wades through the pandemic’s turbulent tides. Wanchese has a definite grit and...


Shibumi Shade

NC Trend: Shibumi Shade

Three Chapel Hill grads create the Shibumi Shade, a design to beat the beach...
Sierra Nevada Brewery

NC Trend: Mills River

Mills River, a western North Carolina town enticing international companies with the promise of...
Elder fraud graphic

NC Trend: Elder fraud

A prosecutor-turned-author says elder fraud is an emerging problem as Baby Boomers reach their...
Cape Fear Academy

How 21 elite N.C. private schools are tackling Covid-19, diversity issues

Fears of COVID-19 outbreaks prompted North Carolina’s large public school systems to mostly opt...
Law Journal 2020

2020 Law Journal

Business North Carolina has asked legal experts to weigh in on insights into the...
Downtown Fayetteville

Community close up: Cumberland County, a hotbed for innovation

Cumberland County is a business-friendly area that offers opportunities in workforce training, easy access...