Durham-based Cree Inc., a company known for designing and selling LED bulbs, fixtures and components as a more efficient lighting alternative, is adding to its product repertoire with a new wireless lighting control system.
The company announced Tuesday that it is selling a self-programming, wireless lighting control system that, according to the company, can reduce energy consumption by more than 70 percent.
Chapel Hill mom Alyssa Minshall was starting to feel that her children’s toys were very disposable.
“I felt like everything they were getting was very disposable, and they were learning how to throw something away as soon as they were (done) playing with it,” Minshall said. “Everything was meant to be thrown away – especially activity books,” she added.
The Durham-based Council for Entrepreneurial Development has won a $250,000 grant to help the nonprofit retool its strategy.
Also known as CED, the Council for Entrepreneurial Development is a nonprofit that works to support entrepreneurs in the Triangle and across the state.
The digital video recording technology company TiVo Inc. has struck a deal to buy Durham-based Digitalsmiths for $135 million in cash, the California-based company announced Wednesday.
A judge has sided with GlaxoSmithKline in a discrimination lawsuit filed by a former employee who had worked in the drug development company’s Research Triangle Park offices.
In an order filed on Thursday, a U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina judge granted a summary judgment to the company on all claims remaining in the case.
Yadkin Financial Corp. is merging with VantageSouth Bancshares Inc. to create a Raleigh-based bank holding company under the Yadkin name with about $4 billion in assets.
While the way banks, utilities and other businesses send bills, statements and promotions will continue to change due to the rise in online bill paying and other trends, Ramesh Ratan said he believes there will always be some form of paper-based communication.