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In today's Morning Edition: An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at filming for the current season of HGTV​'s Love it or List it​. http://bizj.us/1hmlqt
The executive producer of Big Coat Productions, which is currently filming for HGTV in North Carolina, chats with the Triangle Business Journal about the production process -- and what N.C. restaurants the crew is enjoying.
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Time Warner Cable​ has 6,000 employees in North Carolina — and about half of them are in Charlotte. http://bizj.us/1hm51f
On Tuesday, Time Warner Cable's 6,000 employees in North Carolina — along with their counterparts around the globe — learned that the company has agreed to be acquired by Charter Communications.
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A new list out from MarketWatch finds Charlotte in the top 20 — but not in the lead among North Carolina cities. http://bizj.us/1hlm3r
MarketWatch.com has released its annual list of the 100 most business-friendly U.S. cities. See where Charlotte ranks.
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Know someone who's looking for a job? NRG Home Solar​ is recruiting now for its newly established N.C. operations: http://bizj.us/1hllzb
As it continues to ramp up its operations in North Carolina, NRG Home Solar will host a recruiting event this week to fill jobs at its newly established Charlotte office.
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CBJ's Will Boye reports on the topics covered at an Urban Land Institute event in Charlotte yesterday: http://bizj.us/1hk4nb
At a ULI panel, real estate professionals were asked to discuss how Google Fiber and other ultrafast Internet services are affecting their businesses.
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The focus of CBJ's upcoming Global Charlotte event will shift from infrastructure we can see to the infrastructure we can’t see as Charlotte and Raleigh become Google Fiber​ cities. Check out the list of speakers and register here: http://bizj.us/1hk63j
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Carolinas HealthCare System​ and UNC Charlotte​ officials disagree with what this consultant recommends as the most viable option: http://bizj.us/1hmdbr
Consultant Tripp Umbach evaluated multiple approaches for providing the region with enough doctors over the next 25 years. Here’s what the firm came up with as its best choice — an option that drew prompt disagreement from state university and Carolinas HealthCare System officials.
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In today's Morning Edition: Budget season for the city of Charlotte is slowly moving closer to the end — and it’s going to cost developers and small businesses more money. http://bizj.us/1hlvn3
Development fees are going up, though some won't be as high as initially proposed, while 2,100 small businesses will pay a new $250 annual trash fee.
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A string of strong reports on home prices has left some asking if another housing bubble is forming — something that can only be determined for certain in hindsight, says an exec with the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index. http://bizj.us/1hlqy7
Home prices in Charlotte were up 5.8 percent in March from a year earlier, according to a widely watched monthly index released Tuesday.
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The decorative artist responsible for the charm of Amélie's French Bakery & Café​ — recently picked by BuzzFeed​ as one of “23 bakeries around the world you need to eat at before you die” — faces a unique challenge. http://bizj.us/1hjnz1
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It’s that time of year again when millions of college students set out to land a summer internship, and for companies looking to stay competitive and attract top talent, an effective internship program can create an ongoing pipeline of future full-time employees. http://bizj.us/1hjnu1
Smart companies hire interns. Whether or not those companies are appropriately managing their interns is a different story, especially if the interns are unpaid.
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Our ‪#‎CBJEnergyInc‬ event is still going strong — and the great conversation happening there has landed us among Charlotte's top Twitter trends this afternoon. Here's a round-up of what you've missed so far: http://bizj.us/1hjynr
The Charlotte Business Journal’s sixth annual Energy Inc. Summit & Energy Leadership Awards event is in full swing uptown today — and the heavy hitters taking part in that conference are driving a far-reaching discussion on the key issues facing that industry.
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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.