Queens University of Charlotte has named a Time Warner Cable executive its 2010 businesswoman of the year. Carol Hevey, executive vice president of TWC’s east region, has won the award. She is the 26th woman to receive the honor.Read More »
The town of Matthews said it is accepting applications for positions on its planning board, which makes recommendations on zoning cases, proposed subdivisions and land-use plans to the town’s commissioners. The board meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month. ...Read More »
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Board of Education has approved changing school bell schedules and reducing funding for its weighted-student staffing program as part of a plan by Superintendent Peter Gorman to cut $100 million from the district’s 2011-12 operating budget. The ...Read More »
The Southern Piedmont/Charlotte Better Business Bureau has released its “Dirty Dozen” list of local businesses with the most unanswered complaints in 2010. In 2010, consumers filed 15,118 complaints with the BBB against businesses in the Southern Piedmont area of North ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Howell Insurance Consulting Group has named Tim Dargusch as a senior partner. His role will involve overseeing business operations and serving as business and financial analyst. HICG is headquartered in Ballantyne Corporate Park with a second office in Carlsbad, Calif.Read More »
Two days after emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, Charlotte-based FairPoint Communications said today that its stock has begun trading on the Nasdaq. The stock will trade under the symbol FRP. FairPoint owns and operates companies in 18 states and offers ...
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Charlotte-based Duke Energy Corp. and Beltsville, Md.-based SunEdison said today they have completed a 17.2-megawatt solar farm in Davidson County. The farm is expected to power more than 2,600 homes a year, the companies said, adding that it is the second-largest ...
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The University of North Carolina at Charlotte said today it is adding a doctoral program in bioinformatics and computational biology. The addition brings the number of doctoral programs at the university to 19. The University of North Carolina Board of Governors ...
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