It had seemed a done deal — then came the tweet.
REIDSVILLE – A piece of land behind the future Love’s Travel Stop may become a hot commodity again – a reputation it hasn’t enjoyed since a ho…
Two decades ago, Durham-based MDC’s first State of the South report observed that “the new economy makes education beyond the 12th grade manda…
Scott Ralls has led North Carolina's system of 58 community colleges since 2008.
Bills that would move the state's job recruiters into a private, nonprofit corporation got tentative approval today in the N.C. House and Senate.
As North Carolina changes the way it recruits jobs and businesses, it wants a new public image.
Statewide unemployment shrank in North Carolina to 6.4 percent in February, according to the state Department of Commerce.
The company is closing its Healthcare Supportive Services operation in High Point.
Officials are seeking a grant extension for the for the Greensboro-Liberty Megasite because landowners haven’t been willing to sell.
Georgia replaced North Carolina as first on a list called Top Ten State Business Climates 2013, according to a report released today by Site Selection magazine.
GREENSBORO — Gov. Pat McCrory said Friday that the Piedmont Triad region may have the best sites to attract an auto manufacturer to North Carolina.
RALEIGH — Eden was designated today as an N.C. Certified Retirement Community by the state's Department of Commerce.
GREENSBORO – The Randolph County Board of Commissioners wants to press on with the Greensboro-Liberty Megasite project.
GREENSBORO — The N.C. Department of Commerce is ready to move ahead with its plan to turn its job recruiting functions over to a private, nonp…