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In today's Morning Edition: The New York Times notes that Wells Fargo's move could have a chilling effect on the business of subprime car loans, a sector that has been booming in recent years. http://bizj.us/1dj5zx
For the first time, the bank is capping the dollar volume of subprime loans for cars.
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The Business Journals' correspondent in Washington, D.C., reports on the ‪net neutrality‬ rules adopted today by the Federal Communications Commission: http://bizj.us/1dc5uz
On a partisan 3-2 vote, the Federal Communications Commission passed net neutrality rules that require Internet service providers to treat all traffic the same. Critics contend the rules will stifle innovation by imposing a heavyhanded regulatory regime on the Internet. VIDEO
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How does Wells Fargo's Charlotte leadership decide whether to delay branch openings in bad weather? CBJ's Adam O'Daniel was curious, too: http://bizj.us/1das31
Go behind the scenes with Wells Fargo's winter weather protocol.
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Chad Marshall moved to Charlotte from Ohio. So his reaction to a big Carolina snowfall may surprise you: http://bizj.us/1d9uvr
Summit Landscaping Group is in line for a big payday when the white stuff piles up.
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It's official! CBJ's Erik Spanberg is at Quail Hollow right now, so stay tuned for more details: http://bizj.us/1d8275
Charlotte’s Quail Hollow Club will host The Presidents Cup in 2021, PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem and Quail Hollow President Johnny Harris announced this morning.
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Rumblings in the world of golf in Charlotte indicate a big announcement tomorrow. Not much has been said — yet — but CBJ's Erik Spanberg has an idea or two: http://bizj.us/1d63gh
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem will be at Quail Hollow Club on Wednesday for an undisclosed announcement, one that's likely to involve more high-profile golf in Charlotte.
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UNLOCKED! Following this week's big announcement that Charlotte's Quail Hollow Club will host the PGA TOUR​ Presidents Cup, CBJ's Erik Spanberg looks into what it means for the local golf course: http://bizj.us/1ddjrx
In 1996, the PGA Tour named Arnold Palmer captain of the U.S. Presidents Cup team. Palmer, credited with bringing golf to the masses during his glory days in the 1960s, also happens to be the source of inspiration for Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte. Johnny Harris, the club president, took one look at Palmer leading the Presidents Cup squad in the biennial match-play competition and, in characteristic fashion, decided Quail Hollow should stage a P...
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LPL Financial​ broke ground today for its new, $150 million Carolinas regional HQ, which company executives believe will eventually house 3,000 employees. CBJ's Ken Elkins has more details: http://bizj.us/1dbsvh
LPL announced in June that it would move to Fort Mill from Charlotte. Lash Group will also relocate to the same mixed-use center in Fort Mill with plans to double its 1,200-employee staff in the new location.
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"Over time, we expect many Family Dollar Stores may become Dollar Tree stores," a spokesman says. More on what could lie ahead for the discount retailer founded here in the 1950s: http://bizj.us/1da5s9
​Dollar Tree Inc. CEO Bob Sasser mapped out the steps today that his company will take to get faltering Family Dollar Stores Inc. (NYSE:FDO) turned around.
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CBJ's Will Boye has details on the latest developments planned by a Charlotte firm that focuses on boutique apartment projects: http://bizj.us/1d8ypp
Is it possible that developers aren't building enough new apartments in Charlotte? Porter Jones, head of DPJ Residential, suggests that may be the case.
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In today's Morning Edition: Life in the Queen City is off to a normal start on Wednesday — but don't expect it to last. Here's a roundup of what to expect: http://bizj.us/1d7wvr
Queen City denizens can expect messy commutes and disrupted schedules over the next two days, as weather reports forecast several inches of snow accumulation.
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$3M gift to boost college expansion in Charlotte: http://bizj.us/1d5vg5
​Queens University of Charlotte has received a $3 million to expand the James L. Knight School of Communication.
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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.