Regional magazine Garden & Gun is seeking submissions from Southern businesses for its annual Made in the South Awards.
innovation Research & Training (iRT), a Durham-based behavior science research company, has added Jared Cooper, Maaike van Rest and Ashley Webb to its growing team of professionals.
When Sin Yu moved to North Carolina from South Korea in 1974, he worked a variety of jobs, from welding to textile manufacturing.
But it took only several years for him to find the right fit, which led him to have his own business by 1985.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina plans to sell the 39-acre area housing its five-story headquarters building to State Employees Credit Union for $35 million.
Raleigh-Durham International Airport held its first of multiple meetings over the next 18 months to identify the airport’s development goals through 2040.
iNVICTUS Office Center, a Durham community co-working space, will host its grand opening on Tuesday, June 30 ... Downtown men’s salon Rock’s has added a beer bar within the shop.
ARMR, Forecast Health, INRFOOD, and Lowcountry Street Grocery were named as the top ventures with business solutions that address health challenges faced by low-wealth individuals at the SOURCE Forum: Healthcare in Raleigh-Durham Pitchfest.
Surfboards, tiki huts and a house band. This was how Avalara marked the opening Thursday of its new offices at 512 S. Mangum St. in the Diamond View I building at the American Tobacco Campus.
Live music venue and restaurant Blue Note Grill opened at its new location Thursday at 709 Washington St., near historic Durham Athletic Park.
International biopharmaceutical services organization PAREXEL is laying off 850 employees worldwide, approximately 5 percent of its workforce. The Boston-based company has a Durham presence of 1,100 employees.
Bayer CropScience has completed a $33 million renovation for its North American and global Seeds headquarters in Research Triangle Park.
Construction of the network to provide Google’s TV and Internet service Fiber has begun in the Triangle.
Two proposed downtown Durham developments, estimated to involve more than $170 million in capital investment, will go before the Durham City Council at 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 24 for a public hearing at City Hall about potential economic incentives.
An institution that has historically been a matter of convenience, may now become more of a destination.
At least Paul Inserra and Nick Crosson think so.