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Some say concession prices at local venues are hard to swallow (access required)

Summer in Charlotte is in full swing, and that could mean good business for arenas and venues that offer a concert and a cool reprieve from the heat or just a way to unwind. But in these days of economic ...

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Govt. officials battle ‘epidemic’ targeting Charlotte-area homes

On June 1, a real estate agent was showing a house to a couple in the Union County town of Weddington. While the couple checked out the basement of the house in the 1000 block of Antioch Woods Lane, two ...

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More than 900 Mecklenburg County nonprofits no longer tax-exempt (access required)

Nearly 1,000 Mecklenburg County nonprofits have lost their tax-exempt status, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS released the list last month. It shows that about 275,000 U.S. organizations are no longer tax-exempt. Of those, more than 6,000 are ...

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Domain names remain the same (access required)

When the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers announced last month that new Internet domain names would become available in January, the news was heralded as changing the face of the Internet forever. But in Charlotte, some businesspeople are ...

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