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The University City Division along with the Major Crash Investigation Unit hosted a DWI Checking Station Friday night until Saturday morning. The location was between the 400 and 700 blocks of W. MallardMore >>
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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -
LPL Financial LLC announced today that it will add 75 to 100 new technology jobs in Charlotte by the end of 2013, with plans for additional growth in the coming years.
The company says it will initially hire for 50 positions by late fall and an additional 25 to 50 positions in 2013.
"The Charlotte Chamber is excited that LPL Financial selected the Charlotte market to expand its technology presence," said Charlotte Chamber president Bob Morgan told WBTV. "It reaffirms their commitment to this market while helping to create high quality and good paying jobs."
LPL Financial employs 800 people at two locations in Charlotte in Coliseum Centre and Parkway Plaza, and a total of approximately 2,700 people with headquarters in San Diego, Charlotte and Boston.
The company serves over 12,900 financial advisors and approximately 680 financial institutions, with offerings that include proprietary technology, comprehensive clearing and compliance services, practice management programs and training, and independent research.
"LPL Financial is very pleased to expand its business operations in Charlotte through this technology jobs initiative. Charlotte is known nationwide as a leading financial services hub on the East Coast, with the extensive talent base and infrastructure to support the growth of companies located here," Chris Feeney, managing director and chief information officer at LPL Financial said in a statement released by the company. "As a leading employer in the city, we are excited about further leveraging the deep and experienced talent pool in Charlotte."
For more information on LPL Financial careers, you can visit their site at www.lpl.com.