All across the Charlotte region, as snow fell and ice formed this week, real estate agents were still working, although many of them were at home. Sandy Kindbom, a Realtor with Charlotte-based Allen Tate Realty, said most agents have home ...Read More »
While the winter storm that blew into Charlotte Monday morning shut down much of the city for the past few days, many local hotels saw a boost in business. As Charlotte/Douglas International Airport cancelled hundreds of flights, many travelers were ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Curtiss-Wright Controls said it has acquired Predator Systems Inc. in a $13.25 million deal that closed Friday. Curtiss-Wright Controls is the motion-control segment of Parsippany, N.J. -based Curtiss-Wright Corp. The company designs, manufactures and overhauls products for motion- and flow-control applications and ...
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Minneapolis-based Target Corp. plans to open a store in Gastonia this year. Company spokeswoman Amy Reilly said the 135,000-square-foot store is scheduled to open in early October at Interstate 85 and Cox Road. It will have 100 to 250 employees, ...Read More »
Hickory-based CommScope said it has settled a patent-infringment lawsuit it filed against a Missouri company. CommScope, which specializes in communications infrastructure, sued BoreFlex in September, claiming the company infringed on a CommScope patent on improvements to toneable conduit with an embedded wire to carry ...
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Charlotte-based Avantgarde Translations said today it has received certification from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 8(a) Business Development Program. 8(a) certification helps companies deemed socially or economically disadvantaged gain access to federal assistance, opportunities and contracts. Established in 2004, Avantgarde is a language-services ...
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RALEIGH — The North Carolina Court of Appeals heard arguments Monday in a lawsuit claiming legislators violated the state constitution by giving a private school millions of dollars to move to Charlotte. A three-judge appeals court panel will consider whether ...
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WILMINGTON — A former North Carolina state senator has filed for a type of bankruptcy protection in federal court. Records show Julia Boseman filed a voluntary Chapter 7 liquidation in bankruptcy court Friday. The filing lists $1.75 million owed to ...Read More »
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 »