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North Carolina arts landscape is full of artists and festivals. Here we list a few.
North Carolina manufacturers are growing, and they need skilled workers. Education, economic-development and community leaders are implementing programs to ensure that they have them.
Egger Group is building on Davidson County’s history in the furniture industry.
Creativity and imagination are trumping tradition amid rapid change across our state.
Research Triangle Park Foundation has named Scott Levitan its new president and CEO
Recruiting financial advisers with experience in retirement planning has helped CapTrust grow at a 22% clip over the last 20 years.
Vidant Health is acquiring ECU Physicians, the clinical practice of the Greenville university’s Brody School of Medicine for $462.5 million.
How a formerly neglected industrial complex is boosting Asheville’s economy.
N.C. State University created about $6.5 billion in statewide economic impact in 2013. Much of it — $3.3 billion — was felt in Wake County.
Education has become a personal experience. To meet the unique needs of current students and those returning to the classroom, colleges and universities are diversifying content, schedules and delivery.
A handful of N.C. families have had an outsized impact on the state’s arts communities. Local arts officials cite the most prominent patrons.
The widening of U.S. 321 and the pain it has caused local businesses is ending soon