Charlotte was one of six markets that hit their lowest levels since home prices started to fall in 2006 and 2007, according to the S & P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices released Tuesday. That means the average home prices in those ...Read More »
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Wake County Superior Court Judge Donald Stephens Tuesday approved a request by N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper for a consent judgment against a Virginia man accused of rigging bids for public auctions, including three unsuccessful attempts in Mecklenburg County. Bruce ...Read More »
Clover, S.C.-based The PermaShrink Co. plans to invest $3.3 million in a new 30,000-square-foot production plant and grow its staff from five to 16. The Clover plant, in Westgate Industrial Park in York County, will be the ”most technologically advanced plant of its ...Read More »
North Carolina’s population has grown by 1.48 million since 2000, or 18.5 percent, according to data released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau. The state’s population was 9.5 million at the time of the 2010 census, up from 8.04 million ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Bank of America will bundle property loans from Aegon USA Realty Advisors into bonds under a deal announced Thursday. Bank of America will ”utilize Aegon’s commercial real estate lending expertise and significant industry relationships to source new lending opportunities that ...
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Charlotte-based Duke Energy Corp. said it has completed a joint venture with Alinda Capital Partners to grow DukeNet Communications. DukeNet also said Tuesday that it has closed on a $150 million senior-secured credit facility to fund expansions. The joint venture ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Tree.com has announced the preliminary results of its plan to repurchase its own stock, saying it expects to buy 312,339 shares. The parent company of LendingTree said the shares will be bought for $7.75 apiece under the modified “Dutch auction” tender ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Goodrich Corp. said it has begun environmental testing of ORS-1, the first satellite in the U.S. government’s Operationally Responsive Space program. Goodrich is the prime contractor for the satellite, which is being tested at Goodrich’s ISR Systems facility in Danbury, Conn. The ...
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