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Apple center plants seeds of housing hope in Maiden (access required)

The idea of high-tech companies being drawn to the western North Carolina foothills might sound strange to some people. To tech giant Apple, which is building a data center in the Catawba County town of Maiden, it sounds like a ...

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A groundbreaking 
gone virtual (access required)

Kannapolis officials held a “virtual groundbreaking” at the North Carolina Research Campus a week ago today to promote the second phase of a statewide project to bring broadband access to rural areas, including some in the Charlotte area. The $105 million project, funded ...

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Charlotte-area real estate agents say customized 
urls are helping sales (access required)

In an effort to keep potential buyers from tuning out, some Charlotte-area real estate agents are encouraging them to log on — to custom street-address-based websites for individual listings. The basic marketing plan goes like this: Reserve a .com or ...

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Austin, Charlotte vie for tech jobs (access required)

Charlotte’s next big competitor for skilled workers might be coming from deep in the heart of Texas. When it comes to cities economic developers here are paying attention to, Austin, more than 1,100 miles away, is on the list as ...

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Video entrepreneurs aim to fill void, cash in on Democratic National Convention (access required)

When Tommy Nichols told his friends he was quitting his information technology job at Central Piedmont Community College to start his own company he got some strange looks. “They asked me if I was nuts for quitting a steady job ...

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Nouveon bought by Chinese company for $5.5M

Nouveon Technology Partners is being bought by a Chinese company for $5.5 million, the companies announced today. Dalian, China-based HiSoft Technology International Ltd. plans to provide further compensation in its purchase of the Charlotte-based technology-consulting company, but the yet-to-be-determined amount will ...

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