Successful businesses carve out niches for themselves, filling a void that exists in the marketplace. One Charlotte business apparently has done that very thing in the cracker industry. Charlotte’s own Millchap Purveyors makes the country’s only baked cracker made with ...Read More »
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Saying there’s potential in the families-without-children market, M/I Homes Charlotte plans to build homes in the Ardrey Crest community. M/I, citing new research from Nielsen Claritas, said that more than half the residents in Ballantyne are families without children at ...Read More »
Charlotte home prices fell 5.1 percent in May from May 2010, according to Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller home price index. The city’s home prices were up 0.8 percent in May from April. Home prices fell over the year in 19 of ...
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Speaking of heavy, the crew from “The Biggest Loser” will be in Charlotte Aug. 6 as part of a 13-city search to find contestants. (We’ll pause here for jokes about fat people and the South.) Anyway, we wondered what having ...Read More »
It was a night filled with predicting what Charlotte’s future will be like – accompanied by music? On Friday, a group of local artists — a press release described them as musicians and spoken-word poets — gathered at Salvador Deli ...Read More »
Hoping for a raise or promotion? Just hoping not to get fired? A new study from CareerBuilder shows you should think about finally cleaning up your desk. In a survey conducted in May of some 2,662 U.S. hiring managers and ...Read More »
Americans like their freedom. Heck, it’s what this country was founded on. So when government starts telling businesses what to do, some folks don’t take too kindly to that. Which brings us to Charlotte’s homebuilding industry. The city has been ...Read More »
Charlotte City Councilman Warren Cooksey learned that you’ve got to have a thick skin when you solicit public feedback on social media. On Twitter, Cooksey recently sought input on the city’s MyCharlotte app for smart phones. On Thursday, he tweeted: ...Read More »
Frozen yogurt operations appear to be taking over Charlotte. Seems like there’s one opening every other week in the Queen City. For example, last week Charlotte-based Yoforia announced that it plans to open its fifth location, in the EpiCentre, by ...Read More »
Campus Crest Communities today said it will build two student-housing developments totaling $51.6 million at Auburn University in Alabama and the University of Maine. The Charlotte-based developer and manager of student housing said the projects are expected to be ready ...
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