CHAPEL HILL — North Carolina’s largest health insurer and the state-owned health care system based at the University of North Carolina are creating a new kind of medical practice. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina and UNC Health ...Read More »
Charlotte-based manufacturer SPX Corp. said Terry Lisenby has been elected to its board of directors. He is a retired chief financial officer, treasurer and executive vice president for Charlotte-based Nucor Corp. Lisenby will be up for re-election at the company’s 2011 annual ...
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Assets in the North Carolina 529 College Savings Plan grew 34 percent in 2010 to $716.8 million, according to College Foundation Inc., which administers the plan. A year ago, the plan was at $534.8 million. The number of active accounts also increased 14 ...
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Charlotte-based Chanticleer Holdings said it plans to open its its third Hooters restaurant in Cape Town, South Africa. The restaurant is scheduled to open in March. Chanticleer’s other South African Hooters are Hooters on the Rocks in Durban and Hooters on the Buzz in Johannesburg. ...
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Along just about any of the thoroughfares winding through north Mecklenburg County’s three municipalities, signs advertising office space for lease are scattered everywhere. It’s an indicator of the challenges the area’s office market is facing as 2011 kicks off. “It’s ...Read More »
The Catawba River generates electricity, fuels the Charlotte-area economy and provides a place to play and drinking water for most of Charlotte, Mount Holly and Belmont — all with little fanfare. Even the land surrounding the river has yet to ...
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Whether you study a map of Charlotte or take a driving tour, you’ll soon realize the city is running out of empty space in the county it nearly fills. That’s why it’s projected, once the economy improves, that development will ...Read More »
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 »
Duke Energy’s planned merger with Raleigh-based Progress Energy will energize the Queen City’s plans to become an energy capital, Charlotte officials said. This morning, Charlotte-based Duke said it is merging with Progress, in a $26 billion deal that will create ...Read More »