Santa Fe Springs, Calif.-based Kelly Pipe Co. has leased roughly 108,000 square feet of warehouse and office space in Charlotte and created five jobs, the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce said today. The facility is at 9925 Brookford St. The new location enhances ...Read More »
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Austria-based Steinbauer Tuning Technologies has moved its U.S. subsidiary from Chicago to southwest Charlotte. A press release from the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce says Steinbauer has bought a 4,200-square-foot office-warehouse condo unit at 364 Crompton St. near the Westinghouse Boulevard interchange with ...
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Duke Energy Corp. said Verizon Wireless will provide the telecommunications network that will connect digital meters, signs and media players that will be used in the Envision: Charlotte project. The initiative, announced last year, is designed to make commercial buildings in uptown Charlotte consume ...
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Baltimore-based remodeling company Window Nation said it has entered the Charlotte market by opening a showroom in Huntersville. The showroom, at 15905 Brookway Drive, sells replacement windows. The company also operates in South Carolina, Maryland, Ohio, Virginia and Washington, D.C.Read More »
Matthews-based Family Dollars Stores today said it has rejected a buyout offer from a New York hedge fund manager. Last month, Train Group presented Family Dollar with an unsolicited proposal to buy the company for $55 to $60 a share. In a unanimous vote, ...
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Mecklenburg County is the largest in North Carolina, while Charlotte is the most populous incorporated place in the state, according to 2010 U.S. Census Bureau data released today. The county has a population of 919,628, which grew by 32.2 percent since 2000. Charlotte has ...Read More »
Duke Energy Corp. CEO Jim Rogers today called for ”purpose-driven” capitalism, saying said North Carolina’s biggest competition is global. “Our greatest competition isn’t inside North Carolina,” Roger said at a meeting of the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce in Durham. “Our biggest ...Read More »