A man who worked as an attendant at a Myrtle Beach area golf course has sued developer Burroughs & Chapin and a golf course company, saying he was not paid minimum wage or overtime.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 »
The Huntersville Planning Department has scheduled three proposed projects for review by the town’s elected Board of Commissioners and the appointed Planning Board.
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Landmark Apartment Trust of America Inc., which owns 10 apartment developments around Charlotte, has announced it has acquired two multifamily properties in separate transactions for a combined purchase price of about $37 million. The properties, located in Greensboro, N.C., and Nashville, Tenn., collectively contain 600 units and are 95 percent occupied.Read More »
Bojangles' Restaurants Inc. today announced that Randy Kibler plans to retire from his role as president and chief executive officer once a successor is identified, but will remain an active member of the company's board of directors thereafter. No other executive changes are anticipated.Read More »
Concrete Supply Co., based in Charlotte, and CEMEX have announced that they have entered into an agreement to form a joint venture company, which will be known as Concrete Supply Co. LLC and have a production capacity of 2 million cubic yards.
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A total of 291 metropolitan areas across the country – including Charlotte – now qualify as improving housing markets, according to the National Association of Home Builders/First American Improving Markets Index (IMI) for September, released Tuesday.Read More »