The Union County Chamber of Commerce has named Sharon Rosché its new president. She replaces Jim Carpenter, who retired from the chamber in August after serving as president for 17 years. Rosché has worked for the chamber of commerce in ...Read More »
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Charlotte-based UniversalBusinessListing.org said it has expanded its West Coast operations with the appointment of executives. David Ingram, co-founder of the Brownbook directory, will join the company as senior vice president of strategic partnership development. He will be based in Silicon Valley. The ...
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HVM, manager of the Spartanburg, S.C.-based Extended Stay Hotels chain, has named Michael Haaf chief marketing officer. The chain, which has 685 properties in the U.S. and Canada, filed for Chapter 11 protection in 2009 but has since emerged. Haaf most recently served as senior ...
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Charlotte-based MedCath Corp. said Monday it has sold substantially all of the assets of TexSan Heart Hospital to Methodist Healthcare System of San Antonio for approximately $78.5 million, plus retention of working capital. The company announced in November that it had entered into an ...
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Charlotte-based Nucor Corp. has a new president and CEO. As of the start of the new year, John Ferriola is the head of the manufacturer, a post previously held by Daniel DiMicco. Ferriola’s term is set to end in 2012. DiMicco, who has been ...Read More »
Two historic mill properties in Charlotte’s NoDa neighborhood are up for sale, the city said Monday. The Mecklenburg and Johnson mills, which have sat vacant after failed redevelopment attempts, will be sold under a plan to redevelop the properties at ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County said Monday it has completed a $3.1 million purchase of half of flood-prone Doral Apartments. The county, which bought 128 units on eight acres, plans to tear down the portion it bought. The complex features 260 units on ...Read More »
For the second quarter in a row, contractors in the Heartland North Carolina region, which includes Mecklenburg County, predicted much stronger demand for labor in 2011 than 2010, according to the third-quarter Carolinas Associated General Contractors Construction Barometer released today. ...
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As the management agreement between the Union Hospital District and Carolinas HealthCare System approaches its June 2011 expiration date, UHD is seeking to find a new partner to oversee management and provide capital investment. CHS has overseen management of UHD ...Read More »
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 »