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Sears gets a $350M loan so it can survive through the holidays

Sears Holdings Corp. obtained a new $350 million loan that will allow the bankrupt retailer to keep operating through the holiday season. Great American Capital Partners is loaning the money — at a …
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Brock makes it official, signs with UNC Greensboro

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Writers share fiction and poetry, talk inspiration during second Stegner Fellow reading

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Developer buys property, plans shopping center near Triad university

A Triad real estate developer has bought land in the Triad with plans to develop a shopping center, perhaps with a grocery store, medical facilities/clinics and offices.
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(SLIDESHOW) Traveling for Thanksgiving? Here's how airlines are stacking up when it comes to delays

Airlines are predicting record passenger traffic at U.S. airports this Thanksgiving travel season, but with an unexpected qualifier: Despite the congestion, flight delays are expected to descend as t…
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Hanesbrands to open fourth U.S. retail store, expand presence of Champion brand

Winston-Salem-based Hanesbrands is further expanding the retail presence of its Champion brand with the opening of a speciality store location in Boston, the brand's fourth U.S. retail location. Th…
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Drills, weights and yoga: Scenes from the 2018 Healthiest Employers awards program

Triad Business Journal's annual program honoring the Triad's Healthiest Employers is the one awards program where wearing workout clothes is appropriate. In fact, it might as well be required. On T…
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AT&T's NC president, N.C. A&T State trustee Harrison headed for Georgia

AT&T said Thursday it's named Venessa Harrison state president for Georgia, succeeding William Leahy, who recently retired after a nearly-four decade career with AT&T. Harrison comes to Georgia afte…
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Amid Amazon loss, Raleigh goes after two mystery projects

The Triangle may have lost Amazon's HQ2, but in Raleigh, officials are trying to reel in two unidentified “economic development targets,” city documents show.
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Construction begins on Triad retirement villas

Construction has begun on 56 villas at a non-profit continuing care retirement community in the Triad. General contractor Frank L. Blum Construction of Winston-Salem has started work on The Woodland…
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Belk turns to smart-home tech deals, $1M in gift-card giveaways to lure Black Friday shoppers

Belk shoppers will find Black Friday doorbusters on smart-home technology for the first time this year. The Charlotte-based retailer will offer deals on electronics from Amazon, Google and Nest. Thi…
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Qorvo lowers revenue, earnings expectations due to weak iPhone demand

Qorvo Inc.’s struggles this month continued after the Greensboro-based semiconductor company lowered its third quarter 2019 projections in response to weak demand for iPhones, according to a filing w…
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N.C. A&T inks partnership with Forsyth Tech

N.C. A&T State University has inked a partnership with Forsyth Technical Community College to help students seeking bachelors degrees. The Aggie Plus Program will provide Forsyth Tech students the …
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RDU scores nonstop flight to San Jose

As Raleigh-Durham International Airport reports another record month in terms of passenger traffic, Southwest Airlines is adding another nonstop destination: San Jose, California. "When we talk to s…
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Wells Fargo lays off another 116 employees in the Charlotte region

Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE: WFC) says it will lay off 116 employees in the Charlotte region. The San Francisco-based bank again cited the need "to better align with current volumes" in the mortgage mar…
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