It seems some people in Greensboro are finding humor in what most Charlotteans regard as a blemish on the Queen City’s reputation, namely former Mayor Patrick Cannon’s arrest for alleged corruption. A new digital billboard prominently displayed on Greensboro’s Battleground ...Read More »
The moving trucks just keep on rolling to Charlotte. New data released by the U.S. Census Bureau showed that Mecklenburg County was the second-fastest growing area in North Carolina, after Brunswick County, a coastal county that runs from the South ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – It’s a case of alleged corruption that crosses state lines and involves fictitious international businessmen offering up hundreds of millions of dollars for fake development projects. But the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s case against former Charlotte Mayor Patrick ...Read More »
Seizing on March Madness, RealtyTrac is getting its game on, betting on the best bracket for real estate investing. Starting with the Sweet 16 teams still remaining in the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament, the company looked at four factors ...
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Potpourri and home-baked cookies are so 2013. Upscale developers are turning to celebrity designers to concoct fragrances aimed at selling apartments and homes, according to the Wall Street Journal. You could call it eau de condo. The report said one ...Read More »
A recent report from Bloomberg featured Ben Horowitz, co-founder of the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, on his unique method on giving business advice and, no, you aren’t likely to find him at the podium at a bland business conference. ...Read More »
File this idea under: “What could possibly go wrong?” The city of Gastonia is mulling an urban archery program that would allow for deer hunting within city limits. The Gastonia City Council will consider the ordinance at its next meeting ...Read More »