Articles

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Getting out of rehab

Feature: Tax breaks for renovating historic buildings breathed life into dying downtowns. Now the credits are expiring.

2014-05

Seed money

Feature: Seed money: Is it too late in the season for venture capital to nurture the growth of biotechs?

2014-05

Data mine

Data mine: Google's search engine superiority is powered in part by a billion-dollar data center in Lenoir.

2014-05

NCtrend: Gender studies

Gender studies: The gender gap in wages isn't as wide in N.C. as nationally.

2014-05

Statewide: Retail renovation

Statewide: Home Depot outperforms Lowe's – except when it comes to CEO pay.

2014-05

Welcome back

Up Front: For the magazine's new editor, it's déjà vu all over again.

2014-05

NCtrend: It's cheaper in Charlotte

It's cheaper in Charlotte: Feds claim they bought the mayor's influence for only $48,500.

2014-05

Statewide: Eastern region, May 2014

Monthly report of business news from the Eastern region.

2014-05

Statewide: Triangle region, May 2014

Monthly report of business news from the Triangle region.

2014-05

Statewide: Triad region, May 2014

Monthly report of business news from the Triad region.

2014-05

Statewide: Charlotte region, May 2014

Monthly report of business news from the Charlotte region.

2014-05

Statewide: Western region, May 2014

Monthly report of business news from the Western region.

2014-05

Down and dirty

Capital Goods: The threat from coal ash is not new, but fate dealt the governor a bad hand when his former employer spilled massive amounts in a river on his watch.

2014-05

Sovereign states

Free & Clear: Sovereign states: These 14 (and D.C.) rule when it comes to higher-than-average growth in both GDP and per capita income since 2000. North Carolina is not among them.

2014-05

Still a stroke back

Up Front: A Charlottean broke the PGA Tour's color barrier but didn't change its hue.

2014-04

Heart of coal

Cover story: Heart of coal: Ashes of what made Duke Energy so powerful smudge more than the biggest U.S. electric company's reputation.
 

2014-04

Not enough ventured

Free & Clear: Not enough ventured: And not enough will be gained until the state does more to encourage entrepreneurs to create jobs at the rate they have in past recoveries.

2014-04

A second opinion

Capital Goods: The governor soothes irritated health-care providers by backing away from a plan for managed-care companies to run Medicaid.

2014-04

NCtrend: Behind the music

Behind the music: NPR theme songs are made possible by the generous contributions of this guy.

2014-04

NCtrend: Buyers markets

Charting the course: Buyers markets.

2014-04