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An estimated 160 million Americans who get their health insurance through their employers could be affected by the controversial decision of the U.S. Justice Department... [Read More]
BB&T Corp. said Thursday it has added N.C. A&T State University to the list of sports venues that will carry its brand name. [Read More]
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The state unemployment rate inched closer to an 12-year low during May, trickling down 0.1 percentage point to 4.3 percent, the N.C. Commerce Department reported... [Read More]
North Carolina has gained another high ranking from a business climate study. [Read More]
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A House bill cleared the Republican-controlled legislature Thursday that would address rural health-care initiatives, such as assisting rural hospitals with gaining Medicare approval to become... [Read More]
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A state Senate bill cleared the House on Wednesday that would attempt to clarify the protocols of how behavioral health involuntary commitments and transfers are... [Read More]
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Home buyers in the Winston-Salem area were able to make their purchase with a lower down payment during the first quarter, according to an Attom... [Read More]
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State health regulators have given conditional certificate-of-need approval to nursing home expansions in Winston-Salem and Bermuda Run. [Read More]
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The first major new breath into the Whitaker Park revitalization initiative will come from Cook Medical. [Read More]
British American Tobacco Plc plans to spend $1.07 billion on a manufacturing plant in Romania that will focus on expanding European production of glo, the... [Read More]
The combination of a 17-year-low in the Triad unemployment rate and the federal corporate tax rate cut are not spurring a surge in local hiring,... [Read More]
The Boonville plant of Parkdale Mills is scheduled to close by June 29, eliminating 63 yarn-manufacturing jobs. [Read More]
BB&T Corp. is shifting away from putting the BB&T name over the company's successful insurance subsidiary, instead choosing to operate under a venerated industry name... [Read More]
An activist hedge-fund group has added substantially to its ownership stake in Primo Water Corp., apparently becoming its second largest institutional investor. [Read More]
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