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Items owned by a North Carolina company that bilked more than $600
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The owner of "Biscuit King" restaurants in Lexington are selling products at Whole Foods stores across North Carolina.
Triad aircraft cabin interior maker plans to move some operations to new location.
A school of architecture is somewhere in the middle of NC A&T University's priority list.
North Carolina Zoo officials say lawmakers are crafting a bill that would partially privatize the state-owned zoo.
North Carolina banks are bringing in more profit, according to Business Journal report.
Triad car sales are back up thanks to consumer confidence.
Stories from The Business Journal for Friday, March 16th: Renovation Project Includes Krispy Kreme.
A part of the triad ranked in the Top 5 Micropolitan areas on "Site Selection" Magazine's annual Governor's Cup.
Market America said the company is expanding into Europe.
Director of Comprehensive Cancer Center at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is leaving.
We import a lot of furniture from China; now a Triad furniture maker hopes to send some their way.
The City of Greensboro has a $4 million loan pool available for clearing and grading big industrial projects.
Honda Aircraft Company is building an 80,000-square-foot maintenance facility at PTI, part of its promise to add 419 high paying jobs to the Triad over the next five years.
The Business Journal says a Tennessee group is eyeing a spot in High Point.
Designers for Guilford Technical Community College's Donald W. Cameron Campus will have to go back to the drawing board.
The 800-acre Guilford County prison farm near Gibsonville could become an industrial park.
Winston-Salem's Douglas Battery Manufacturing Co. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Cone Health is looking to technology to cut infection rates, save lives and save money.
RF Micro keeping a promise they made years ago.
When Mitt Romney worked at Bain Capital, the company had a big impact on the Triad. The private equity firm bought mattress-maker Sealy and relocated its corporate headquarters from Cleveland to just south of High Point.
You're going to see more changes to Piedmont Triad International Airport including more flights and a new taxiway to link the airport to acres of nearby land.
A lot of students want to live on campus at Wake Forest University, so the school is making space for them with two new residence halls.
Renovations are underway at High Point Regional's emergency department and women's center.
The family of a 16-year-old girl who died during Christmas break two years ago is suing Remington Arms Company, LLC for $150 million.
A New Hanover County commissioner has been arrested for the fourth time since he was elected to the board in 2010.
Duke University will play in consecutive bowl games for the first time in school history by meeting Texas A&M University in the 46th annual Chick-fil-A Bowl on Tuesday, December 31 in Atlanta, Ga.
Police in East Lansing vowed to press charges against unruly revelers after more than a thousand people flooded the streets and set fires to celebrate Michigan State University's Big Ten Championship football win over Ohio State.
Greensboro City Councilman Zack Matheny says he is running for U.S. Congressman Howard Coble's seat.
Texas A&M students build 21-foot high gingerbread house, setting a world record.
Fire crews are battling a house fire on the 400 Block of Mason Street in Winston-Salem.
Investigators say they have charged a man with killing a woman whose skeletal remains were found near a railroad track in Fayetteville last month.
Temperatures remain near freezing through Sunday night into Monday morning.
A historically black college in Greensboro is closing one of its five dorms to save money.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visits a memorial to former South African President Nelson Mandela with South African Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool outside the South African Embassy in Washington, D.C.
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