Pizzeria Toro, the downtown restaurant that was closed by a fire in November, is re-opening in late July.
For the sixth time in seven years, Quintiles was named to Computerworld’s “100 Best Places to Work in IT” list.
Durham-based Bell and Howell has spun off a software business as a standalone company.
The new ramen noodle shop and Japanese gastropub Dashi is slated to open this winter in a three-story building downtown at 415 E. Chapel Hill St.
From the back of her station wagon on a sunny Tuesday morning, Coon Rock Farm partner Jamie DeMent unloaded boxes of broccoli so they could be carted into a pop-up warehouse on Angier Avenue.
There were bars across the windows of a nearby business, but the building she was headed into was bright and busy. Her boxes were carted inside to where employees of the online food market and delivery company Bella Bean Organics were busy sorting and bagging yellow squash, green beans and other vegetables from Coon Rock and other N.C. farms.
United Therapeutics Corp. has plans readied for a new research lab facility in the Research Triangle Park that’s designed to support research into the use of pig lungs for human transplant.
Alliance Behavioral Health board gets new officers
NIEHS and NTP director receives honorary degree
WTVD creative services director named
Washington Duke names banquet events chef
Clinipace names executive VP for global medical affairs
Blue Cross of NC launches private exchange for employers
N.C. Mutual Life Insurance Co., the Durham-based insurance company that was a prominent institution on the city’s historic Black Wall Street, reported a net loss of $7,446 in the first quarter of this year.
Quintiles, partner launch software to help market to docs
Durham County’s average weekly wage grew the fastest of any of the nine largest counties in North Carolina in the fourth quarter of 2013. And among the largest counties across the United States, Durham ranked No. 14 for its rate of wage growth.
Work has begun on a new Ninth Street apartment complex that will transform a block of the street north of Elmo’s Diner.
Durham County saw a 6.4 percent increase in home sales in May, continuing the streak of year-over-year home sales increases that the county has seen each month since March of last year.
Five buildings in Durham’s Imperial Center Business Park sold recently for $44.25 million.
Crown Realty & Development sold the five buildings, which have 705,365 square feet of space, to Liberty Property Trust as an investment.