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Statewide: Triad region, April 2014

Monthy report of business news from the Triad region.

2014-04

Regional Report Triangle January 2014

By mixing things up at B. Everett Jordan Dam and Lake, lawmakers are saving buckets of money - at least for now.

2014-01

High and dry

Small Business of the Year: Our Small Business of the Year's products seal tight, but it excels at hanging loose.

2013-12

Top 75 public companies

Bigger Spenders. A rise in returns for the top public companies mirrors a comeback in consumers’ confidence.

2013-08

Regional Report Triad August 2013

In the year since Lorillard Inc. bought blu ecigs for $135 million, the Greensboro-based cigarette manufacturer has built the electronic-cigarette brand into a powerhouse with 40% market share.

2013-08

A world of knowledge

Cover story: RTI International thinks it can continue to flourish by using minds over matters.

2012-11

How top private companies are growing

Top private companies in North Carolina are growing by acquisitions, reinvesting, rebranding, introducing new products and gaining new partners.

2012-10

Cache a check

Shareholder return is rising faster than CEO compensation, our list shows. And that’s without a nay say-on-pay vote

2012-09

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Shareholder return is rising faster than CEO compensation, our list shows. And that’s without a nay say-on-pay vote

2012-09

A slow ride

The tepid growth of the Top 75's market value reflects the recovery's current sluggish pace.

2012-08

Regional Report Triangle March 2012

When Bob Geolas was a boy, his father took him to see construction at Research Triangle Park. Now he's the president and CEO of the Research Triangle Park Foundation of North Carolina.

2012-03

Memories are made of this?

Once again, G.D. Gearino reviews the year that was, putting such a spin on it that 2011 feels quite dizzy.

2012-02

Regional Report Triad December 2011

“We’ve been growing throughout the whole downturn.”— Daryl Bible, chief financial officer of Winston-Salem-based BB&T Corp., after the bank agreed to acquire BankAtlantic in November. Bible was referring to BB&T’s deposits minus CD accounts, which have fallen off since the recession started in December 2007. But its expansion has come with a price: Its 2009 acquisition of failed Colonial Bank forced it to write off millions of the bank’s nonperforming assets a year later.
2011-12

30 that count

The host of public television’s Carolina Business Review selects the key figures influencing the Tar Heel economy.
2011-10

Regional Report Triangle October 2011

DURHAMMetabolon, which tests medicines and other products for drug companies and universities, raised $13.1 million in venture capital. It plans to expand its business and add 20 employees to its 105-person workforce by the end of this year.


2011-10

Regional Report Triangle June 2011

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK — Victoria Haynes plans to retire as CEO of Research Triangle Institute, a nonprofit research center that operates as RTI International. Haynes, 63, will step down once a successor is found. She has led the institute for 12 years. Its workforce has nearly doubled under her leadership to 2,800, which includes 2,200 at RTP.

2011-06

A nicotinic fit

The downward spiral started, coincidentally, on Sept. 15, 2008, the day Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection and the U.S. economy started slipping on the sloppy mess left by risk without responsibility.

2010-09

Regional Report Triad April 2010

Mac Williams admits it grudgingly — after being prodded a few times. Yes, the president of the Alamance County Area Chamber of Commerce concedes, it hurt when Burlington-based Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings decided to put a billing center in Greensboro.

2010-04

Regional Report Triad December 2009

Fall has been a season of rising fortunes for Targacept Inc. In October, the Winston-Salem-based drug developer netted $44.4 million in less than 24 hours by selling 2.2 million shares of stock.

2009-12

Regional Report Triangle December 2009

Until Talecris Biotherapeutics Holdings Corp. broke the ice in October, no Triangle company had gone public in more than two years.

2009-12