In what the seller termed the largest industrial transaction in Triangle market history, The Research Tri-Center, at 2511 Old Cornwallis Road, has been sold to Clarion Partners.
Frank Sides, who has been seeking to buy mineral rights in Durham and Chapel Hill for Crimson Holdings Corporation, intends to register with the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources after he was issued a cease-and-desist order.
Time-Out, which has been in Chapel Hill’s University Square for 35 years, will move about a half-mile down Franklin Street this fall.
The newest concept from Scott Howell, owner of Nana’s, Nanataco and Bar Virgil, will be an Italian steakhouse in the American Tobacco district.
Customers dining at the P.F. Chang’s at 6801 Fayetteville Road between Feb. 21 and June 11 may have had their credit and debit card data compromised.
When All About Beer Magazine announced a plan for an India Pale Ale brewed with Counter Culture coffee, Terence Sullivan was wary.
The unemployment rate decreased in the Durham-Chapel Hill area from 6.8 percent to 5.1 percent since June of last year, the N.C. Department of Commerce reported today.
After 25 years at 105 W. Highway 54, Harris Teeter will close on or before Aug. 26.
Ideal Fastener Corp. will be expanding its facility in Oxford, and plans to create 155 jobs and invest more than $5.7 million by the end of 2019.
GeneCentric Diagnostics, a Durham-based cancer diagnostics company, has completed a $5 million equity sale, started in 2013.
The owner of The Refectory Café started on Duke University’s campus with a mission to change the model for quick-service food and to be the school’s first “green café.”