Tree.com said Gabriel Dalporto will be the company’s chief marketing officer. The Charlotte-based company said Dalporto will lead all marketing activities, including brand strategy, online and offline advertising, social media and public relations. Dalporto was most recently chief marketing and strategy officer ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Leon Levine Foundation says it will give $2 million to help build a Discovery Place Kids in Rockingham if a campaign can raise $9.6 million by Dec. 31. Leon Levine, founder of the Levine Foundation and chairman emeritus of Family Dollar Stores, ...Read More »
Bank of America today released the results of its 2011 annual meeting, and CEO Brian Moynihan was upbeat about the Charlotte-based company. “We are a much stronger company than last year,” Moynihan said. “We have lowered the risk in our business, ...Read More »
Hometown: Pittsburgh Age: 47 Education: bachelor’s degree in journalism, Ohio University Family: husband, Bill; children, Shealy, 14, Carson, 16 Kim McMillan knows the value of good communication, but she hasn’t spent all her time in the ivory towers of public ...Read More »
Foreclosure filings in Mecklenburg County dropped by 23 percent in April compared with a year ago, according to a report from the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. There were 704 foreclosure filings in April, down from the 919 ...
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Charlotte-area home sales fell in April from the same month last year while the average sales price rose, according to the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. There were 1,882 sales, down 15.8 percent from 2,235 in April 2010. April sales were down 1.1 percent ...
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When it comes to lengthy and convoluted planning processes, the Independence Boulevard project is one of Charlotte’s most notorious examples. And it doesn’t look like things are going to improve any time soon. Multiple public agencies are involved in the ...
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Jim Houston said he got a great deal when he bought a 3,600-square-foot house in March 2008 for $260,000. The house is in Fieldstone Farm, a subdivision in fast-growing Indian Trail, southeast of Charlotte in Union County. Houston and his ...Read More »