The building of a new retail, life science, residential and business complex at Hub RTP continues to move forward with the news Tuesday that a $50 million mix of space will be called Horseshoe at Hub RTP.
Life science firm Patheon will expand its presence in Greenville with nearly 300 jobs paying an average wage of more than $66,000 under an expansion agreement signed with the state of North Carolina on Tuesday.
Economic developers in Wake County are having an exceptional year with significant announcements for facilities and new jobs. But the even better news is that the pipeline for future projects continues to be quite promising.
In a new multimedia series, WRAL TechWire, in conjunction with Innovate Raleigh, is set to spotlight some of those companies tipped to become tomorrow’s “homegrown” unicorns. Here’s a look at what’s coming.
Twelve teams, including ones from Durham and Charlotte, will participate in the Google for Startups Black Founders Exchange event coming up in the Bull City. Here they are as well as details about the program.
Quality Chemical Laboratories (QCL), a Wilmington company that provides contract chemistry services to the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, started modestly in 1998 with five employees working in 10,000 square feet of labs and offices. Take a look at the company now.
Triangle-area tech and business organizations are rethinking their approach to hosting live, in-person events as the Delta variant prompts a new wave of COVID-19 infections and deaths across North Carolina.
Traditionally, the sole objective of any firm has been to maximize shareholder value. (This is reflected in the shareholder primacy model, as famously articulated by the late Chicago economist Milton Friedman.) However, there is now an open debate as to whether firms have an obligation to consider other stakeholders as well. Let’s look at family operated firms as an option.
E-cigarette maker JUUL plans to open a research facility in the Triangle in April 2022. A spokesman for the company said the building at Research Triangle Park will be used for scientific research, development and testing. The new facility is expected to create 35 full-time jobs, according to the company.