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For our subscribers: Dan DiMicco, who retired from the local steel giant Nucor (NYSE:NUE) in 2013, was picked by Donald Trump to serve as both an economic and senior trade adviser to his presidential campaign. CBJ's Jenna Martin caught up with DiMicco to talk about that experience: http://bizj.us/1oo0w6
Former Nucor CEO and chairman Dan DiMicco, an adviser to Donald Trump's campaign, gave more insight into his support of Trump in a phone interview with CBJ Monday afternoon.
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One of our top-read stories of the past week, which may be of interest to those of you anxiously awaiting the ultra-fast internet connections promised in the Charlotte area: AT&T posted a scathing note directed at Google Fiber on its website about the difficulties of rolling out gigabit-speed, fiber-connected internet service. http://bizj.us/1o3eu0
"We’ll be watching your next move from our rear view mirror," an AT&T exec said in a Web post.
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Jim McCarthy, executive vice president of innovation and strategic partnerships at Visa, talked about a new IoT device at an event in Charlotte last week. http://bizj.us/1o3fek
Jim McCarthy pulled out a pile of smart watches from his pockets during an event last week in uptown. You can never have too many Internet of Things devices when you are leading innovation for a global payments company.
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In today’s social media age, recruiters have added an extra layer of screening to the hiring process, and those actively applying for jobs should be on their best behavior. http://bizj.us/1o1ce0
In today’s social media age, recruiters have added an extra layer of screening to the hiring process, and those actively applying for jobs should be on their best behavior.
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This is why the leader of one of the world's biggest advertising agencies has been put on leave. http://bizj.us/1nm42k
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Millennials — the generation described as collaborative, open-minded nonconformists — are now having children of their own and launching America’s next baby boom. http://bizj.us/1nl2mi
The next baby boom will impact companies in many ways. Businesses that plan ahead and evolve to fit the needs of a changing workforce will be better equipped to hire and retain top talent.
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This article is about connecting with your highest professional and life purpose. http://bizj.us/1o353g
Purpose is a powerful force. Without purpose, I was dead inside. With purpose, I’m on fire.
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Calling those who work in the space where finance and technology intersect — there's an effort afoot to turn the Queen City into a hub of such activity. At an event later this month, Next Money will focus on the emergence of fintech partnerships: http://bizj.us/1o2mmg
Next Money CLT is hosting its first event since the international organization Next Money entered the Charlotte market in June.
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Technology can be a distraction. It can also be tamed. http://bizj.us/1o3b58
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One New York-based operator is looking at co-working — a surging sector of commercial real estate globally — a bit differently, with a business model the company leaders believe fits the Queen City well. http://bizj.us/1o3fya
New York-based Industrious hopes to open a Queen City office, most likely in uptown, by late spring or early summer next year.
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The move represents $2.7 million in spending by Yokohama Tire — and will bring more than 50 jobs to Concord. http://bizj.us/1o16x2
​Yokohama Tire will bring 56 jobs to Concord as it consolidates it R&D activities to International Business Park.
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This news comes less than a year after Charlotte retailer Belk Inc. was acquired by New York-based Sycamore Partners. http://bizj.us/1n5mw4
Belk Inc. announced a significant change to its senior leadership team on Wednesday.
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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.

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