A federal judge has approved the first payouts for victims of the mammoth Zeek Rewards pyramid scheme, which bilked people from the High Point area to 157 nations.
The job market appears to have improved at the start of the summer, with area unemployment rates falling from the same period a year ago.
A Connecticut-based logistics company will purchase New Breed Logistics, the city’s 13th-largest employer which has its main operation in north High Point.
The company that owns and operates the Pearson home furnishings line completed the closing of its High Point plant Friday, three days after announcing plans for its new corporate headquarters in the city.
The organizers of the Las Vegas Market today announced an upcoming expansion of showroom space at the outset of its summer trade show at World Market Center.
The Piedmont Triad Airport Authority is installing electronic vehicle charging stations at the airport — devices that should be in full operation by August.
One shopping center’s loss will be another one’s gain when Planet Fitness relocates its High Point center later this summer.
The former head of the Piedmont Triad Partnership will become the first leader of the economic development group out of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
To bring home the tie between High Point and Piedmont Triad International Airport, economic recruiter Loren Hill on Tuesday referenced a precise figure — 4,161 feet.
Kevin O’Connor, president and chief executive officer of Samson Marketing and a former chairman of the High Point Market Authority board of directors, will step down as head of the marketing arm of Samson Holding.
The city will make some aviation history tomorrow, though it has nothing to do with a flight.
Jobless rates turned up in May after declining during the spring, but the seasonal factor of young people entering the summer job market may explain the increase, a local job service official said.
The owners of a south High Point shopping center anchored by Kmart say they plan to subdivide the space once the department store closes at the end of the summer.
When it comes to state funding for the High Point Market, the expression “what a difference a year makes” might serve as an understatement.
The past six weeks have offered an up-and-down odyssey for Golden B Restaurant co-owner Cush Bocholis and his family as they have coped with their small business closing temporarily because of a freak accident.