A GlaxoSmithKline executive highlighted in an interview Thursday a shift toward paying its U.S. sales staff based on product knowledge and other factors rather than for volume of prescriptions sold.
Durham-based Windsor Circle, a technology startup behind marketing software for e-commerce companies, announced that a recent capital infusion will mean that it will can hire more workers and move its downtown offices.
The parent company of Durham-based Mechanics and Farmers Bank reported a 28 percent drop in profits in the third quarter and posted a loss for the first nine months of the year.
Chapel Hill’s University Mall is losing an anchor tenant with the closure of Dillard’s early next year, but in its place, a division of a Venezuela-based movie theater company is planning to invest $7 million in a new boutique movie theater.
Barley Labs, a Durham-based company that makes dog treats using a by-product of the beer-making process, is competing against three other small businesses for a chance at some Super Bowl air time.
Serial entrepreneur Chuck Pell said that at one time, he would not have expected that he would have been involved in a series of start-up businesses and that he’d have his finger in “a half a dozen pots.”
Apartment proposal: A new apartment complex geared for students called Franklin Student Housing has been proposed to be built in Chapel Hill on the parking lot across Mallette Street from Panera Bread.
University Mall officials are planning to announce a new “prominent” tenant at a press conference on Tuesday.
A subsidiary of the Pennsylvania-based medical device company Teleflex Inc. is planning to move its Durham County operations into a new building in Wake County, and to add 75 jobs there.