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Seasonal, nonstop flights from Charlotte to these European cities will launch in the coming weeks: Barcelona, Spain; Brussels, Belgium; Lisbon, Portugal; and Manchester, England.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport will soon gain service to four new destinations in Europe, but the schedule for those flights won't be as hefty as initially planned.
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This year's event marks the 25th anniversary of Charlotte Wine & Food Weekend, which runs April 22-26.
The upcoming Charlotte Wine & Food Weekend is one of the nation's top 5 spring festivals, according to Forbes Travel Guide.
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CBJ's Erik Spanberg recounts his experience at the Charlotte Knights' opening last night in the new BB&T Ballpark uptown... Were you there too?
On a perfect night for baseball, the Triple A Knights opened their $54 million uptown stadium against the Norfolk Tides in front of a sellout crowd. The governor, a future Hall of Famer and Homer the Dragon were among those in attendance at BB&T Ballpark. VIDEO
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Concord Mayor Scott Padgett says: “It certainly is the best news that we’ve had since we heard the plant was going to close.” The 2,000-acre former cigarette plant has been shuttered since 2009.
The former Philip Morris USA Manufacturing site in Concord has been sold to a company that may want to convert the site into a huge industrial park.
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Uptown Charlotte's EpiCentre complex about to change hands? That's what real estate sources are telling CBJ's Will Boye...
The Los Angeles real estate firm owns the BB&T Center building, which is diagonally across College Street from the EpiCentre.
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Charlotte lands at No. 2 on this list from Apartments.com on the best places for newly minted college grads.
As graduation day approaches for college students, online apartment-listing service Apartments.com has released its annual ranking of Top 10 Best Cities for Recent College Graduates. And Charlotte is No. 2 on the list.
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Turns out, there IS such a thing as bad press when it comes to spreading your company's message... http://bizj.us/vc567
A pornographic image was mistakenly posted to US Airways' Twitter account on Monday in a response to a customer complaint, quickly making the airline a top-trending item for all the wrong reasons.
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Landing a new ballpark took the Charlotte Knights into extra innings. And then some. Now the team can celebrate its perseverance. Here's FREE access to Erik Spanberg's cover story on the business of uptown baseball and the improbable journey from York County to Third Ward: http://bizj.us/v8mih
Landing a new ballpark took the Charlotte Knights into extra innings. And then some. Now the Triple A franchise can celebrate its perseverance.
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Wells Fargo's (NYSE:WFC) quarterly performance beat Wall Street expectations by 10 cents per share and continued the bank's streak of rising quarterly earnings.
The bank reported net income of $5.6 billion, or $1.05 per common share, in the first quarter, a 14% increase over the first quarter of 2013. The results continue Wells Fargo’s streak of rising quarterly earnings. VIDEO
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“Notwithstanding the macro-economic pressure, competitive environment and severe weather, we are not satisfied with our results, and we hold ourselves accountable for improving our performance,” Family Dollar CEO Howard Levine said in the Charlotte retailer's earnings release.
Family Dollar Stores Inc. (NYSE:FDO) will close 370 stores, slow new-store growth and take other strategic actions as its earnings continue to falter.
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The Charlotte Business Journal is our region’s leading source of business news, research and events.

Our newsroom delivers comprehensive coverage through our weekly print publication, continuously-updated digital edition, daily email updates and morning call. We also publish a host of supplemental materials, including an annual Book of Lists and Commercial Real Estate guides.

We also hold several events throughout the year providing opportunities to network and learn about different segments of business in our region, including real estate, health care, energy and more. We also celebrate the Charlotte business community through award events, such as 40 under 40 Awards, Women in Business Awards and Best Places to Work Awards.