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Businessman wins round in legal fight (access required)

A Charlotte businessman who was criticized and sued by investors after a newspaper story called his credentials into question has won a round in a legal battle. But Rudolph Alexander, CEO of the Elevator Channel, hasn’t won the war. Investors ...

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N.C. child health review gives low grades on obesity

RALEIGH — More state government budget reductions next year after cutbacks in 2009 and 2010 could reverse years of health and safety improvements, according to the authors of an annual report grading the well-being of North Carolina’s children. The 16th ...

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Cafe wins variance to keep operating as nightclub (access required)

Cosmos Cafe in Ballantyne has become the latest restaurant caught in an ambiguous area of the city’s zoning that threatened to shut the business down over concerns about illegal nightclubs. Mecklenburg County code inspectors and officers from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police ...

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