Since mid-December, American, which operates about 90 percent of flights at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, has added international flights to the Bahamas, Barbados and Mexico. American also added domestic flights to Champaign-Urbana, Ill.; Ithaca, N.Y., and New Haven, Conn.
In a statement, Lowe’s said it is discontinuing its project specialist interiors program, which employs workers responsible for overseeing every phase of complex home projects such as kitchen remodels.
The complex was started more than a decade ago when the city decided not to take a wrecking ball to a closed down factory building. Instead, the building was renovated and now houses NC Works, a library, meeting space and more.
The 300,000 square foot facility, being built by Triliad Development Inc., is going up on Kannapolis Parkway near Stewart-Haas Racing and NC 73, close to the new Kannapolis Amazon Distribution Facility.
harlotte-based women’s fashion retailer Cato Corporation has agreed to a $3.5 million settlement with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the agency said Monday, after a “nationwide, systemic investigation” uncovered discrimination against pregnant employees and workers with disabilit
As winter weather approaches regions across the Carolinas, NC Attorney General Josh Stein is urging businesses and consumers to be on the lookout for any potential price gouging cases they may encounter.
For the second year in a row, Forbes has selected North Carolina as its Best State for Business. Citing the state’s business friendly labor and energy laws as well as the lowest corporate tax rates in the country, the article promotes North Carolina as an ideal place for businesses to set up shop.
Honeywell said it intends to hire 500 employees in Charlotte over the next five years. Those hires, combined with jobs that will be relocated to Charlotte, is expected to result in the company reaching 750 local employees by 2024.
The German chemical company BASF will lay off over 50 workers in Charlotte as it shuts down a department at one plant and merges a unit at another local facility with Solenis International, a specialty chemical manufacturer based in Delaware.
The service picks up passengers from their neighborhoods and then takes them to the front door of their jobs in Uptown. Trips start at about $8 and the price varies depending on where you get picked up.
The 23-acre development is being constructed between downtown and Winthrop University. It will include an indoor sports arena, office space, retail space, restaurants and breweries, and eventually housing.
The project, expected to encompass 2.5 million square feet of warehouse space, will be located south of I-85 and east of I-485, and will require a realignment of Tuckaseegee Road and the extension of Todd Road.
Charlotte City Council is set to vote on a major deal involving Amazon at its Monday night meeting. City leaders say it will vote on turning a large piece of property located at Tuckaseegee and Todd Road into a first of its kind Amazon distribution center.
The 46,000-square-foot store is so close to the Harris Teeter across Randolph Road that you could park and do half your shopping at one store, walk a few hundred feet across the street and finish your trip at the other.