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- none Hwy 304 Highway, Bayboro, NC 28515
- 0 BD, 0.0 BA
- 168 Chatham Road, Mooresville, NC 28117
- 5 BD, 5.0 BA
- 2790 Smith Road, Clover, SC 29710
- 0 BD, 0.0 BA
- 144 Union Chapel Drive, Mooresville, NC 28117
- 5 BD, 4.5 BA
- 2222 Beverly Drive, Charlotte, NC 28207
- 5 BD, 4.5 BA
Charlotte Biz and Development News
Call it an end-zone dance for political opponents of Gov. Pat McCrory. While the Republican governor met with President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday in New York, perhaps in a bid for an administration job, LGBT advocacy groups gathered in Charlotte and crowed over McCrory’s concession this week in North Carolina's extended governor’s race.
On Monday, after nearly a month of protests and challenges, McCrory dropped his fight to overcome a deficit of 10,000 votes against Roy Cooper, the four-term…
Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises has created a new chief commercial officer position and shifted a number of top executives in restructuring following last year’s split from the old Babcock & Wilcox Co.
Meanwhile, a William Blair analyst reporting on recent meetings with top B&W (NYSE:BW) executives says acquisitions — particularly in its industrial line of businesses — remain a top priority for B&W. While the company has just $65 million in cash and cash equivalents on hand, free cash flow in…
The U.S. economy has been expanding for 89 months now — the fourth-longest economic expansion on record since 1854. That growth will continue in North Carolina in the new year, but it will be slow growth, according to UNC Charlotte economist John Connaughton.
North Carolina’s economy is expected to increase by an inflation-adjusted rate of 2% over the 2016 level next year. Connaughton’s outlook does not take President-elect Donald Trump’s economic proposals into consideration, although he…
The Charlotte Regional Partnership has gotten more aggressive in its marketing efforts of getting the word out that the area’s a good place to do business.
That’s according to Ronnie Bryant, CEO of the partnership, speaking to me in a telephone conversation this week.
“We’ve doubled down and became more aggressive,” he says.
That means the partnership has worked to grow its number of contributing investors by 20%, partnered with the Charlotte Chamber to create a strategic development…
Wage data released Wednesday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics painted a mixed picture for counties across North Carolina.
The government agency reports quarterly employment and wage figures for the country's largest 343 counties. On a national level, average weekly wages in the second quarter increased 2.2% over the previous year to $989. McLean County in Illinois logged the nation's highest year-over-year wage gain of 21%, increasing to $1,159. On the other end of the spectrum, wages dropped…