May 08, 2013
In 2009 the Duke Site Readiness Program evaluated over 550 acres on South Carolina Highway 9 near the Lancaster County Airport. These properties located on the L&C Railway which has dual access to both CSX and Norfolk Southern main lines. After completing the study, the Lancaster County
May 08, 2013
We recently sat down with John Buckner, Director of Marketing at S&D Coffee & Tea in Concord, North Carolina and asked him a few questions about the food and beverage sector in Charlotte USA.
April 22, 2013
Wells Fargo employs over 10,000 people in the bank’s back office operations in Charlotte USA, making it one of the largest technology employers in the region. We recently visited with the bank’s Executive Vice President and Head of Enterprise Technology Service, Martin Davis, to discuss
April 12, 2013
April 11, 2013
We recently sat down with Michael Raffler, Vice President Southeast Region at Kuehne + Nagel in Charlotte, North Carolina, and asked him a few questions regarding their logistics operations.
March 21, 2013
Norfolk Southern Co. says it will invest $2 billion in 2013 for improvements to its rail-transportation network, including the the intermodal terminal being constructed at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
"Our capital plan will maintain the safety and quality of our existing
March 15, 2013
North Carolina has a long history of manufacturing excellence — from its traditional, natural-resources-based industries to the innovative, high-tech R&D and commercialization that give its research centers, such as Research Triangle Park, a world-class reputation.
March 07, 2013
We caught up with George Baldwin, managing director, government relations & sustainability at Piedmont Natural Gas in Charlotte, North Carolina, and asked him a few questions regarding their energy operations.
March 06, 2013
President, E4 Carolinas, Inc.
Recently, Charlotte USA has become known as the New Energy Capital. Can you please explain how this initiative transitioned to E4 Carolinas?
The strength that our region demonstrated in the energy industry starting in 2009 led to the
March 01, 2013
By Gina Carroll Howard
Published March 2013
When Ric Elias and Dan Feldstein co-founded Red Ventures in a Charlotte, North Carolina, basement in 2000, they wanted to create a company where they’d want to work. One that had an indoor basketball court, free yoga classes,