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Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center starts a $15 million program to spur life-sciences technologies with the funds managed by Durham-based Pappas Capital, a veteran venture-capital investor. Investments in about 25 early-stage technologies are expected over the next five years.
Morrisville-based digital marketer Netsertive raised $15 million from existing investors RRE Ventures, Harbert Venture Partners and Greycroft Partners, along with a new group, River Cities Capital Funds. Rik Vandevenne, a director at River Cities, is joining Netsertive's board.
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Franklin Medical Center stopped admitting patients at 6 p.m. Wednesday, though the emergency room will remain open until Oct.16. About 140 employees will lose their jobs. Novant Health had eliminated most inpatient care at the Louisburg hospital a year ago, reducing inpatient beds to 15 from 70.
In a partnership with Durham-based Pappas Ventures, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has created a $15 million program to help license life-sciences technologies developed by its faculty and staff members. Read the press release here
Some beaches in southeastern N.C. are seeking federal disaster funds for beach nourishment after last weekend's storm caused significant erosion. The area received between 12 and 22 inches of rain.
(The Charlotte Observer)
Cousins Properties has filed to rezone a 2.3-acre site in Charlotte's South End to build a regional headquarters for Dimensional Fund Advisors. Durham's Duda Paine Architects designed the eight-story building.
Durham-based NC WARN, along with other environmental advocacy groups, filed an "emergency complaint" with N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper, requesting an investigation of Duke Energy's practices with a goal of amending its corporate charter to address global climate change.
(News & Record, Greensboro)
The latest High Point University poll found that 48% of North Carolina adults favor Joe Biden as the Democratic presidential candidate, followed by Hillary Clinton at 35%. Ben Carson is the favored Republican candidate with a 44% rating.
One of the last bills approved last week by state legislators includes a provision aimed at stopping local governments from placing restrictions on fracking. Anson, Chatham and Stokes counties have passed ordinances against the practice; Lee County also plans to have a draft moratorium drawn up.
(The Charlotte Observer)
Some investors who have bought property through the land-acquisition business founded by U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger say the congressman still plays an active role in the company despite ethics rules prohibiting his involvement. A spokesman said Pittenger and his staff routinely check with Ethics members to ensure compliance with rules and regulations.
Schiffman's Jeweler's, K&W Cafeterias, Rose Chauffeured Transportation and Carolina Management Team have been recognized by the Wake Forest University Family Business Center and Business North Carolina with the 2014 North Carolina Family Business of the Year Awards.