Empanada, tequila bar to open in Carrboro ... Trolly Stop Hot Dogs to open in Chapel Hill ...
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC) reported a net loss of $50.6 million in its financial results for 2014, pegging it on higher medical costs under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and poor performance of Medicare Advantage products.
While many residents stayed home Thursday evening to avoid dicey road conditions or deal with power outages that plagued the area, hundreds ventured out for a particular beverage: beer. The Glass Jug, at 5410 Highway 55 Suite AF, did not cancel its Wicked Weed “tap takeover” and the snow did not stop people from coming, said store co-owner Chris Creech.
After launching a Kickstarter campaign in December, Master Sommelier Fred Dex has opened a weekend pop-up wine bar at Golden Belt.
The infiltration of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield’s customer data has impacted more than 775,000 people in North Carolina, the Department of Insurance (DOI) reported Tuesday.
LasVegas-based domestic airline Allegiant Air will operate six weekly flights from RDU to Orlando, the Tampa Bay area and Southwest Florida.
Ed Mitchell’s Que has permanently closed at 359 Blackwell St., but Mitchell is already planning his next restaurant.
The relocated Hendrick Durham Auto Mall is set to open in April and is in the process of filling more than 50 open positions. ... California-based data storage equipment company Nimble Storage has expanded its presence in Research Triangle Park with an 87,000 square-foot facility.
EpiCypher launches website ... College workshop offered in Oxford ...
Dr. Devdutta Sangvai, associate chief medical officer of the Duke University Health System, is one of 60 people selected as a class member of the Presidential Scholars Program.
The father and son owners and operators of I Love New York Pizza stores in the area were sentenced to prison on Feb. 18 after skimming approximately $1.34 million from the company’s various stores. Thair Alwan was sentenced to serve one year and one day in prison and will also pay a $10,000 fine while his son, Saill Fadhil, will serve 30 days in prison and pay a $5,000 fine.
Sungevity, a California-based provider of residential solar services, will be launching service in North Carolina.
Sreedhari Desai, an organizational business professor at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, is hoping to raise epilepsy awareness with an art exhibit on display at the Mad Hatter Bakeshop and Café.
Burger Bach, a restaurant focused on burgers and seafood, will open at the Shops at Erwin Mill on Ninth Street in early March.
Veritas, a hospital system for the treatment of eating disorders, will be promoting eating disorder awareness at The Streets at Southpoint on Feb 21.