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 »
Two major Charlotte-area companies — home improvement retailer Lowe’s and drywall supplier National Gypsum — have been caught up in the Chinese drywall controversy. The drywall has been blamed for a host of problems cited by homeowners, from breathing difficulties ...Read More »