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Kraft Foods is denying insinuations of a broader Velveeta-gate. Critics have suggested that the timing of the so-called shortage – just before Superbowl parties and the winter Olympics – is questionable. “While the current Cheesepocalypse is a difficult time for ...Read More »
Pender McElroy of James McElroy & Diehl speaks at a ceremonial groundbreaking Thursday for the Mecklenburg County Bar & Foundation Center at the Greenway Business Center, 2850 Zebulon Ave. in west Charlotte. The 22,000-square-foot center will have classrooms, space for ...Read More »
Ryan Homes is unveiling two new single-family home models: the Genavieve, in Norman Pointe in Denver, and the Florence, at The Farm at River Pointe in Davidson. Norman Pointe will feature all brick homes on wooded or lakefront lots starting ...Read More »
Charlotte School of Law students will hold a Beazer Restitution Clinic on Oct. 19 to assist homebuyers who were victims of fraudulent mortgage origination and accounting practices acknowledged by Beazer Homes. This free clinic will take place from 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m. at Charlotte School of Law, 201 S. College St.
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Capital City Builders LLC announced Tuesday that its new homes will come with 240-volt outlets for charging electric cars.Read More »
Byron’s at South End 7:30 – 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, October 9, 2013 Panelists include: Astrid Chirinos, president of the Latin American Chamber of Commerce of Charlotte; Natalie Haskins English, senior vice president of public policy for the Charlotte Chamber of ...Read More »
J. Michael "Mike" Cline announced Monday that he will retire from his position as president and CEO of Carolina Trust Bank effective at the end of 2013 or when his successor is hired.Read More »
N.C. Rep. Ruth Samuelson, R-Mecklenburg, has been appointed co-chair of the state Environmental Review Commission by Speaker Thom Tillis, the state announced. She joins Rep. Mike Hager, R-Rutherford, and Sen. Brent Jackson, R-Johnston, who was appointed by Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger.Read More »