RALEIGH — A federal court fight between North Carolina tax collectors and Amazon.com is over, with the online retailer’s customers satisfied that details of their purchases won’t be disclosed. The American Civil Liberties Union said today the seven North Carolina ...Read More »
RALEIGH — North Carolina’s Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit Friday filed by a few taxpayers who challenged tens of millions of dollars in tax breaks used to lure Google Inc. to Caldwell County. Justices did not explain their decision that ...Read More »
The CEO of an Atlanta-based roofing company that generated nearly 300 complaints from homeowners in North and South Carolina was arrested Tuesday in Georgia, the Southern Piedmont/Charlotte Better Business Bureau said. The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office has charged Carlton DeWayne ...Read More »
Hickory-based CommScope said it has settled a patent-infringment lawsuit it filed against a Missouri company. CommScope, which specializes in communications infrastructure, sued BoreFlex in September, claiming the company infringed on a CommScope patent on improvements to toneable conduit with an embedded wire to carry ...
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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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Attorney General Roy Cooper said a company that operated in Charlotte and claimed to rescue homeowners in foreclosure was a scam operation and has been banned from doing business in the state. Copper said today that Wake County Superior Court Judge Lucy ...Read More »
Wake County Superior Court Judge Donald Stephens Tuesday approved a request by N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper for a consent judgment against a Virginia man accused of rigging bids for public auctions, including three unsuccessful attempts in Mecklenburg County. Bruce ...Read More »
Amendments more than a year in the making may be made to Charlotte’s towing ordinance in the coming months, and business owners say it’s about time. “There was one instance, and I saw it with my own eyes, where a ...
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HIGH POINT — A North Carolina judge has ruled that a law banning most kinds of video sweepstakes machines will go into effect Dec. 1. The News & Record of Greensboro reported that Guilford County Superior Court Judge Judge John ...Read More »