Charlotte-based Duke Energy Corp. today released it 2010-11 sustainability report, which details the company’s progress in achieving its sustainability goals. To view the report, go to sustainabilityreport.duke-energy.com.Read More »
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Charlotte-based Goodrich Corp. today said its net income rose in the first quarter of 2011 from the same quarter a year ago. Goodrich said it had net income of $195 million, or $1.52 per diluted share, on sales of $1.89 million, ...Read More »
The NASCAR Hall of Fame’s security system will be in the spotlight when the Electronic Security Expo comes to Charlotte this summer. ESE attendees will learn about the system’s design and life-safety systems. The tour is scheduled for June 7.Read More »
Fitch Ratings has affirmed an “AA-” rating for Gastonia’s $36 million in outstanding utilities system revenue bonds. Fitch said the rating outlook is stable. The water and sewage system’s financial performance has been somewhat mixed, especially over the past two ...
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Speedway Motorsports today declared a quarterly cash dividend of 10 cents per share of common stock. The Concord-based company said the dividend will be payable June 10 to shareholders of record at the close of business May 20. Speedway Motorsports markets ...Read More »
Carolinas HealthCare System today said it wants to build a $25 million psychiatric hospital in Huntersville as the demand for mental health services rises with a growing population in the Charlotte area. Plans call for the facility to be about 53,000 square ...Read More »
Honda broke ground today on its new 25,000-square-foot North Carolina regional office in Charlotte. The facility will be in Ballantyne Corporate Park. It will service North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. Honda plans to seek U.S. Green Building Council Leadership ...Read More »
The Corps of Engineers has given environmental approval to the controversial Monroe Connector-Bypass project, the North Carolina Turnpike Authority said today. But a lawsuit continues to hold up construction on the 19.7-mile, roughly $800 million toll road, which would be the second in ...
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