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This week, North Carolina lawmakers got a chance to check out a Tesla S P85 -- and so did a reporter from our Raleigh-based sister publication, the Triangle Business Journal. Comment?
Raleigh-based Highwoods Properties filed sketch plans Thursday detailing the company's plans to build a lakeside campus project off Weston Parkway , all but confirming what some are calling the "worst-kept secret in town." Though the documents do not identify MetLife Inc. Comment?
The $20.5 billion spending plan passed 33 to 17 by the North Carolina Senate on Thursday includes a $770 million tax cut over the next two fiscal years. Comment?
That's why Scott Case , the Washington, D.C. -based organization's chief executive officer and advocate, called Startup Weekend CEO Marc Nager late last year and asked Nager's Seattle team to be the new home for the partnership he launched and grew over the last two and a half years. Comment?
Construction of the new PDQ restaurant in Wake Forest is almost finished and it will officially open to the public on June 2. PDQ, which stands for "people dedicated to quality," opened its first location in the Triangle in December with a 4,313-square-foot restaurant building - with a drive-through - at the intersection of Falls of Neuse and ... (more) Comment?
Canada may be lining Silicon Valley highways with billboards recruiting high-tech workers north, a move to promote its new Start-up Visa, take advantage of the States' restrictive immigration policy and mock its slow pace of change. Comment?
But ironically enough, the Canadian campaigns are in lockstep with U.S. senators in Washington D.C., who proved Tuesday they're open and ready to create new U.S. laws that open a little wider the borders for the most promising migrant entrepreneurs and innovators. Comment?
The N.C. House judiciary committee approved a bill that gives Raleigh and the state of North Carolina one year to renegotiate terms of a lease agreement for the Dorothea Dix property. Comment?
The developers of the building project have filed a new site plan for "phase 2" that, if approved, would allow for construction of an additional two floors of office space, or 39,346 square feet that would be built atop the 126,646-square-foot building currently under construction at 120 S. West St. Comment?
Raleigh's city government says it has set aside $3.73 million to acquire 12 contiguous parcels covering 1.7 acres downtown for economic development. Comment?
The cities and universities behind a project that hopes to wire Winston-Salem and several Triangle-area communities with ultra-high-speed broadband are well into the process of selecting one or more vendors. Comment?
At least that's what a team of researchers believes is contributing to record levels of entrepreneurial activity across the United States. Comment?
But ironically enough, the Canadian campaigns are in lockstep with U.S. senators in Washington, who proved yesterday they're open and ready to create new U.S. laws that open a little wider the borders for the most promising migrant entrepreneurs and innovators. Comment?
It brings into question Airbnb's future in big cities like San Francisco, New Orleans, Paris and London, which according to the New York Times each have stringent rules and ordinances against short-term stays in places other than hotels. Comment?
But out of bad often comes something good, especially when entrepreneurs are involved. Comment?
He raised some money and did an experiment. He tweaked the experiment and proved the concept could be a company. Comment?
The decision to be an entrepreneur came when he chose to "Do" rather than to "Be." That bit of advice and nine other insights grabbed us from the speech he gave to University of Minnesota engineering graduates last week. Comment?
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Lovers of eastern North Carolina barbecue know all about the Skylight Inn, a little joint in Ayden, about 100 miles southeast of Raleigh. Comment?
Beyond creating jobs, corporations doing business in North Carolina can shave their tax bills in various ways. Comment?