The merger between Charlotte-based Lance Inc. and Hanover, Pa.-based Snyder’s of Hanover is complete. The combined snack-foodcompany, Snyder’s-Lance Inc., will own various snack food brands, including Cape Cod, Archway and Jays. Snyder’s-Lance will have a 14-member board consisting of seven members from ...Read More »
James Turner will resign as group executive, president and chief operating officer of Duke Energy Corp.’s U.S. Franchised Electric and Gas business, the company said Monday. The resignation comes after the Indianapolis Star newspaper published e-mail communications between Turner and ...Read More »
From expanding facilities, mergers and acquisitions and the creation of new jobs, there’s been a spate of business announcements in Charlotte recently. Some say the announcements indicate that the region’s business climate is improving, but they are hesitant to say ...
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As of the end of fiscal 2010, the city of Charlotte reported a positive balance of $636 million for all governmental funds, according to a comprehensive annual financial report prepared by the city’s finance department and released Friday. At the ...Read More »
With demand from uninsured residents for medical care so overwhelming, all the slots for a free medical clinic to be held in Charlotte Tuesday have filled up, the National Association of Free Clinics said. As of Friday, more than 1,000 ...Read More »
Germany-based Single Temperature Controls has opened a 7,900-square-foot marketing, distribution and service facility in South Point Business Park in southwest Charlotte. Three people are employed, but more are expected to be added. The company is a subsidiary of Hochdorf, Germany-based ...
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Lately, quite a stink has been raised in Matthews about a biomedical waste incinerator that residents say is causing noxious odors, raising cancer rates and lowering home values. Worries about the Matthews incinerator have caused some who live near the ...Read More »
Casey Hickey thought that once the representative from the city of Charlotte’s zoning department came out to her shop, where she and her husband sold wine and chocolates, they could get their business license from Mecklenburg County. That’s what staff ...Read More »
The city of Charlotte said it wants the business community to provide input for a disparity study. It will use consulting firm MGT of America to conduct a nine-month review of the city’s use of minority and women-owned business enterprises. ...Read More »