Supporters of the High Point Market will have a chance this week to personally lobby legislators for the first time since Gov. Pat McCrory recommended cutting state money for the trade show in half by the middle of 2014.
This year didn’t get off to the most robust start for job growth as unemployment rates increased in High Point and all 100 North Carolina counties from December to January, though Ralph Lauren Corp. continues to expand its work force in Guilford County.
The High Point Market would lose half of its state funding under the proposed state budget of new Republican Gov. Pat McCrory, which could fundamentally change the operation of the group that runs the city and state’s single-largest economic event.
Allegiant Air will provide travelers from Piedmont Triad International Airport with another direct service destination to Florida starting later this spring.
To symbolize the greatest shift in society in since the Industrial Revolution — how the 21st century digital age fundamentally changes the way we live and work — Seth Godin pulls out a vinyl music album.
One of the city’s steadiest employers, through good and bad economic times, will hold a career fair this week as it expands its work force again.
A sizable housing development that’s been on hold for several years because of the recession may get a rebirth through a new developer.
The experience of Troy Olsen reflects the personal toll of the pyramid scheme with roots in the Piedmont that eventually could affect upward of 1 million individuals.
Victims of the Zeek Rewards pyramid scheme may know in the coming weeks when they can begin filing with a court for restitution of some of their money, more than seven months after federal authorities shut down the swindle with a global scope.
Guilford officials to get a briefing Monday
A bank in western North Carolina whose parent company is based in the Triad has been cleared by a federal regulator after it was cited three and a half years ago for unsound financial practices.
North State Communications will oppose a shareholder’s proposal to study the possibility of the sale of the company that’s been locally owned and operated since its founding 118 years ago as a rural telephone exchange.
Piedmont Triad International Airport officials are trying to gauge the potential impact from a merger involving two carriers that serve their passengers.
Han-Tek, an international provider advanced automation technology, set up shop in a desolate area of town to build electrical control panels and robotics.
The United Way of Davidson County has announced its 2013 allocations to programs sponsored by 29 human service agencies in Davidson County.