Senator Phil Berger favors more testing before imposing restrictions.
Based on frequent expansion announcements and magazine ratings, economic development seems to clicking in North Carolina. Still, an undercurrent of dissatisfaction with the process of attracting [...]
Peter Hans, a well-connected policy adviser, gets the call to lead the state’s renowned community-college system.
Liquor is such a profitable business filled with so many things that can go wrong that North Carolina has gotten very used to having its state government overseeing the spirits industry. [...]
Agnes Stevens, interim administrator of the N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission, is a veteran PR professional who may need to use crisis-communications skills in her new post. Stevens was [...]
Amid a sizzling economy and robust foreign investment, Gov. Roy Cooper presses for more spending on education and job training.
For years, the term “living wage” has been a hot-button topic pitting business interests against unions and labor organizers advocating for a higher minimum salary. This week, the Republican-led [...]
Charlotte developer Peter Pappas advocates a broader approach to economic development — including more incentives for film companies.
Gov. Roy Cooper asked business leaders to oppose a state budget he deemed "fiscally irresponsble." Few heeded his call.
N.C. State Rep. Justin Burr filed a bill to change the election districts of the state's judges and change the course of justice in North Carolina. Burr says he didn't seek any input from [...]