A massive commercial complex in Raleigh has been acquired by a Charlotte firm for a price that's up more than 50 percent from the last time the property was sold.
A manufacturer that in 2019 was one of Greater Cincinnati’s largest public companies, has been acquired.
Quad/Graphics Inc. sold its QuadExpress third-party logistics business for $40 million to Mullen Group Ltd. of Canada.
“Closing this plant is a tragic decision, and we fought hard to get these hard workers an agreement that reflects their years of dedication and service,” said Fred Redmond, VP at the United Steelworkers. “We will continue fighting for these members and...
The top five credit unions' total assets as of March 31 were more than $171.7 billion, with total shares and deposits of nearly $144.3 billion.
Royals, other smaller market MLB teams have found different ways to make big gains in sponsorship space
Smaller market teams like the Kansas City Royals have had success on the sponsorship front in different ways, whether by finding new categories, securing key renewals or exploring creative avenues to provide value.
North Carolina’s longtime banking regulator is retiring, leaving behind a legacy his colleagues in the industry say has “real big legs.”
A Greater Cincinnati home care services company has named a new president and expanded its business development team.
A $2.6 billion capital plan announced by the Baker administration includes a number of investments in higher ed. Here are five renovation projects expected on Massachusetts college campuses from the funding.
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Yelp is hiring for Alex Levine's replacement in Buffalo. Dennis Elsenbeck is with Viridi Parente full-time. And Jamal Perkins is among the industry experts joining the HELIXintel board.