RALEIGH — The General Assembly has agreed Joseph Smith Jr. should become North Carolina’s banking commissioner again after his nomination for a federal financial post fell short. The House completed the Legislature’s confirmation of Smith to the commissioner’s job Monday ...Read More »
With no one challenging The Community Builders’ upset bid of $1.24 million, the Washington, D.C.-based affordable-housing developer is now poised to take ownership of two historic NoDa mills that are to be developed into a residential project. Charlotte’s Neighborhood and ...Read More »
Duke Energy Corp. and Progress Energy today filed applications with the North Carolina Utilities Commission, asking for approval for a merger the companies announced in January. Charlotte-based Duke and Raleigh-based Progress would become the largest electric utility in the U.S. if the ...Read More »
The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association basketball tournament set an attendance record when it was held in Charlotte last month. According to figures released today from by the Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority, the 66th annual men’s and women’s tournament had 190,000 attendees. During ...Read More »
United Methodist Agency for the Retarded will open an $175,000 independent living home in Cornelius. The facility on Zion Avenue will teach residents life skills, such as how to make a home budget and cook healthy meals, so they can be ...
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Bank of America Corp. today said its board of directors has authorized dividends on preferred stock. The Charlotte-based company has declared: • a quarterly cash dividend of 38 cents per depositary share on the 6.204 percent Noncumulative Preferred Stock, Series ...
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Duke Energy Corp. today kicked off a program that allows the public to invest in the company as a means to help it pay its debts and for other corporate purposes. The Charlotte-based company said the PremierNotes program will pay a floating interest ...Read More »
Partners In Care today said it has changed its name to Partners In Care of the Carolinas. The Charlotte-based in-home caregiving company said the change better reflects the company’s North and South Carolina service area. The company also updated its logo ...Read More »
In 2005, the state Division of Water Quality slapped Karla Knotts and her husband’s Pineville-based real estate brokerage company, Knotts-Greylock, with a $57,816 fine. The basis for the fine: A tire rut in their Greylock subdivision development in Matthews. In ...
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