The city’s lone Kmart store will close this fall, with a liquidation sale beginning at the end of this month.
At a time when the pressing debate locally centers on the city’s economic future and getting High Pointers to shop locally, one major retail property just keeps on humming.
Two years after their entrapment in a mammoth Ponzi scheme became public, victims of the Zeek Rewards swindle finally may receive some restitution this autumn.
BNC Bancorp, the holding company for Bank of North Carolina, on Thursday announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire all of the common stock of Harbor Bank Group Inc., the holding company for Harbor National Bank out of Charleston, S.C.
The deteriorating Kilby Hotel near downtown may be saved through a California-based group that has taken over and revitalized historic, dilapidated properties on the West Coast.
Two words appearing more and more often in local business circles reflect a steadily improving employment market — “job fair.”
Scott White sits at the desk of his small office lit by sunshine, cherishing the job he loves while surrounded by pages of construction plans spread across a long, rectangular table.
A loss for the economy in New Bern will end up as a boost for the local economy here.
A North Carolina textile entrepreneur locked in a too-close-to-call Democratic Party primary with former "American Idol" singer Clay Aiken has died.
The first workers at the Steelcase Inc. factory that’s closing in south High Point could lose their jobs late this summer or early this fall, and some of the production there will be shifted to Mexico, according to a notice provided by the company.
Goodwill Industries of Central North Carolina will co-host a Career & Resource Fair with the High Point Workforce Career Center from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. today. The free event will be held at Oak Hollow Mall at 921 Eastchester Drive.
Steelcase will close its plant in south High Point in stages during the next year and a half to two years, costing 230 workers their jobs.
An unidentified private company based in High Point is considering whether to open an upholstered furniture assembly and distribution plant in eastern Randolph County that could lead to 150 new jobs.
Jobless rates in the High Point area fell slightly from February to March as the local job market continues to incrementally recover from the impact of the Great Recession.
Officials in the northeastern Davidson County town of Wallburg hope that rezoning a tract at a key intersection will lead to more shopping and business options for residents.