A federal agency said today it didn’t order police in North Carolina to seal a report about a teenager who died after stowing away in the wheel well of a jet flying from Charlotte to Boston. The revelation appears to ...Read More »
Trade and Transportation
Corporate Traffic today said that it has opened an office in Charlotte, the company’s only satellite operation outside of its Jacksonville, Fla., headquarters. The office, at 1515 Shopton Road, opened March 1 with three employees, but a spokesman said the company plans ...
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Cincinnati-based Total Quality Logistics announced last month that it has opened a satellite sales office in Charlotte and plans to hire 75 employees through 2012. The 75 employees are on top of 18 who already work in the SouthPark office, according ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is the featured guest at a Charlotte roundtable on ways to help boost North Carolina’s transportation industry. LaHood is scheduled to join Sen. Kay Hagan and other political and business leaders today in ...Read More »
A union representing Charlotte’s taxicab drivers wants the city to seek an investigation of the Greater Charlotte Hospitality and Tourism Alliance by the FBI or the State Bureau of Investigation. Randy Conrad, organizer for Teamsters Local 71, told the Charlotte Passenger ...Read More »
Two environmental groups are challenging a permit issued by the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources for the proposed $800 million Monroe Connector-Bypass east of Charlotte. The North Carolina Wildlife Federation and the Yadkin Riverkeeper said the state ...
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