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Charlotte Observer publisher stepping down, replacement named

The Charlotte Observer's current president and publisher is stepping down and will be replaced by a media veteran of The McClatchy Co., the daily newspaper's parent company. Ann Caulkins, who has le…
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Dean & Deluca store closings here led to layoff of over 100

Dean & Deluca Inc.'s closing of its three Charlotte locations resulted in 106 layoffs, according to a filing with the N.C. Department of Commerce. The 73 employees at the 6903 Phillips Place Court lo…
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Plans to turn Charlotte-area golf course into subdivision leave neighbors concerned

A single-family residential development proposed for a current golf course north of Mint Hill has some nearby residents concerned.
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Chef Ford Fry targets May opening for South End restaurant

This Atlanta-based Tex-Mex concept is eying a mid-May debut. Superica — a restaurant by award-winning chef and restaurateur Ford Fry — says it is set to open May 14 in Charlotte's South End. This m…
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AvidXchange adds to C-suite with new chief growth officer

Charlotte-based AvidXchange Inc. is adding to its C-suite with the recent hire of Dan Drees as the chief growth officer. In his new role, Drees says he will work to continue scaling the business and…
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Bank enters Charlotte market with plans for growth

IberiaBank Corp. is the latest bank to enter the Charlotte market. Named for its birthplace of New Iberia, La., IberiaBank tapped longtime banker Rotcher Watkins as executive vice president and Charl…
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Firm preps $710M debt sale as it nears deal to acquire Charlotte-area textile manufacturer

The acquisition of Mount Holly's American & Efird is expected to close in late April 2018.
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Fifth Third Bank freed up to do more branch expansion

Fifth Third Bancorp can now expand its branch network – something that was virtually impossible for the previous two and a half years because of regulatory actions.
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Energy for gas and nuclear sectors in North Carolina flowing in different directions

“If this industry is going to go forward, we have to do something completely different," one nuclear expert told attendees of the State Energy Conference in Raleigh.
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Atrium responds to Mecklenburg Medical Group's new complaint on patient reassignment

Atrium Health refutes claims that it is reassigning Mecklenburg Medical Group patients to keep them as customers of the Charlotte-based health-care system. Those allegations surfaced this week as Me…
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A look at Mecklenburg County's 10 priciest home sales in March (PHOTOS)

The Lake Norman area was again home to Mecklenburg County's most expensive residential sale in March. That home in Cornelius' The Peninsula neighborhood sold in late March for just shy of $3 million…
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Charlotte-area businesses see sale prices jump to start 2018

Sales of Charlotte-area small businesses started off 2018 on a strong note.
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Charlotte Checkers owner eyeing 'Canes visit

Michael Kahn sees more growth ahead for hockey in Charlotte, including a possible visit by the NHL Carolina Hurricanes.
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BofA's Cathy Bessant talks workforce equality, shattering the glass ceiling

When it comes to shattering the corporate glass ceiling, Bank of America Corp.’s Cathy Bessant knows a thing or two. The chief operations and technology officer shared her thoughts on workforce equal…
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Automotive Minute: Refreshed 2019 Chevrolet Camaro gets redesigned fascia, tech upgrades and new manual transmission option (PHOTOS)

Three years into its current generation, Chevrolet, a division of General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM), has debuted a refreshed 2019 Chevrolet Camaro, moving away from the brutish looks of the car when the …
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