Advertising is a trial-and-error kind of business. Just ask the geniuses who came up with New Coke. The McDevitt Agency has found itself revising an ad campaign on display at Overstreet Mall. A few months ago, the realty company displayed ...Read More »
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Spartanburg, S.C., Sen. Lee Bright runs a company called On Time Trucking. But when it comes to paying his mortgage, apparently he’s not on time. According to news reports, Bright is being sued by Capital Bank, which says his business ...Read More »
Eve Shreve will be sentenced next month after doing something that other homeowners in foreclosure probably have thought of doing: torching the place. Shreve, who lives in northwestern Pennsylvania, has pleaded guilty to arson and reckless endangerment charges for setting ...Read More »
Prices for homes, including distressed properties, in the Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill were unchanged in January from the same month a year ago, Santa Ana, Calif.-based CoreLogic said today.Read More »
The Cameron Brown building, which tenants say is plagued with heating and cooling problems and other mechanical issues, received a $15.5 million bid in a foreclosure sale Tuesday. The 182,000-square-foot, 12-story office building, at 301 S. McDowell St., garnered the bid ...Read More »
This week, officials with Mecklenburg County’s code enforcement division changed their minds daily on what to do about awarding residential building permits. Starting this past Thursday, the state requires governmental groups issuing residential construction permits to comply with the 2012 ...
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On Tuesday, Charlotte-based Carolinas Associated General Contractors issued a press release about a recent day it spent at the South Carolina State House. The point of the visit: to show support for the Right to Work Act passed in the ...
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