NEW YORK — Bank of America Corp. reported a fourth-quarter 2010 loss of $1.6 billion today after its costs related to soured home loans increased. The results reflected efforts by the nation’s largest bank to clean up problems on its ...Read More »
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RALEIGH — North Carolina’s chief teacher lobbying organization is suggesting it won’t oppose lifting the current limit on charter schools as Republicans take over the Legislature next week. North Carolina Association of Educators President Sheri Strickland said this week on ...Read More »
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Court of Appeals heard arguments Monday in a lawsuit claiming legislators violated the state constitution by giving a private school millions of dollars to move to Charlotte. A three-judge appeals court panel will consider whether ...
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WILMINGTON — A former North Carolina state senator has filed for a type of bankruptcy protection in federal court. Records show Julia Boseman filed a voluntary Chapter 7 liquidation in bankruptcy court Friday. The filing lists $1.75 million owed to ...Read More »
CHAPEL HILL — North Carolina’s largest health insurer and the state-owned health care system based at the University of North Carolina are creating a new kind of medical practice. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina and UNC Health ...Read More »
INDIANAPOLIS — Duke Energy Corp. and Indiana consumer advocates say secret e-mails disclosed in The Indianapolis Star raise questions that affect a deal on cost overruns at the company’s $2.9 billion Edwardsport coal gasification project. The Charlotte, N.C.-based company and ...Read More »
BATON ROUGE, La. — A Monroe man is accused of scamming nearly $1.2 million from at least 181 investors in eight states. A grand jury in Monroe charged Silas J. Mayeux, 57, Thursday with racketeering, felony theft and two securities ...Read More »
WILMINGTON — Gov. Beverly Perdue says North Carolina’s public colleges and universities are going to have to rely more on the private sector as the state grapples with budget shortfalls. Perdue visited the University of North Carolina Wilmington’s campus Monday. ...Read More »
BOONE — North Carolina small businesses and nonprofits impacted by severe winter weather a year ago have a month remaining to apply for federal low-interest loans. The U.S. Small Business Administration has issued a reminder that those who suffered economic ...
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