The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles said Friday that it is accepting applications to operate a license plate agency in the Charlotte area, because the lease for 5622 E. Independence Blvd. has expired. The agency on Independence will operate on a month-to-month ...Read More »
Washington, D.C.-based The Carlyle Group has acquired Hickory-based CommScope, the companies announced today. Stock for CommScope, which provides infrastructure solutions for communications networks, will be delisted for trading. Thursday was the last day the stock was traded on the New York Stock ...
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Paris-based Capgemini will open a $4.2 million office in Charlotte, creating 550 new jobs over the next three years, Gov. Beverly Perdue said today in an announcement at the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce in uptown. Capgemini provides consulting, technology and outsourcing ...Read More »
A group of panelists from the Urban Land Institute will present the preliminary findings of a study on Independence Boulevard from 9 to 11 a.m. Friday in Charlotte City Council chambers. The panelists are providing city leaders with assistance in identifying the ...Read More »
Charlotte-based EnPro Industries said William Dries, its senior vice president and chief financial officer, will retire Sept. 11 when he turns 60. Alexander Pease, a partner with McKinsey & Co., will replace Dries. Pease will join the company Feb. 28 as a ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Trinity Capital Advisors said today that it has purchased NASCAR Plaza in uptown. A press release did not provide the purchase price. Trinity, a real estate investment and development company, said it has purchased the debt and equity interest in the 19-story, 393,000-square-foot ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Allen Tate Co. and Davidson-based Knox Realty have merged. Knox opened in 1973 under owners Russell and Patricia Knox. It serves the Lake Norman area and northern Mecklenburg and Iredell counties. H. Allen Tate Jr. founded his company in 1957. ...Read More »
One in every 50 homes in the Charlotte metropolitan area had foreclosure filings started against them in 2010, an increase of more than 37 percent over 2009, according to a report released Thursday by Irvine, Calif.-based RealtyTrac. There were 14,732 properties with foreclosure ...
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