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North Carolina  brewers fire back at Anheuser-Busch's Super Bowl ad
If you’re a fan of craft beer, you probably saw the shot fired by Anheuser-Busch at the craft beer industry during the Super Bowl last night.
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Planning a stay-cation? The 15 most popular state parks in North Carolina
About 15,584,353 people visited a North Carolina state park in 2014. Here are 15 parks for your stay-cation bucket-list, ranked by popularity in 2014.
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Remember the #NCState rape-thwarting nail polish startup Undercover Colors? They've snagged 8 equity investors
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N.C.'s highest-paid government employees
For the second year in a row, N.C. Chief Investment Officer Kevin SigRist tops the list of the state’s highest-paid employees.
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#IBM announced a new cloud computing operation in #RTP
A Big Blue curtain comes down Monday as IBM unveils a new 72,000-square-foot cloud resiliency center in Research Triangle Park.
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Klein: Durham's American Underground will be 'the most diverse startup hub in the world'
American Underground has a bullish goal: To become "the most diverse startup hub in the world by the end of 2016."
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Just in: Publix is officially coming to Wake Forest, North Carolina
The Wake Forest town board has approved a developer’s request to build a new grocery-anchored shopping center near the Heritage housing development that sources say will be home to the Triangle’s next Publix grocery store.
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Consulting gig turns into tech startup for Wilmington DocsInk entrepreneur
Wilmington tech entrepreneur Julie Thomas turned two decades worth of health care experience into a startup.
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Ten startups to watch in North Carolina
According to the North Carolina Technology Association, these are the 10 North Carolina startups we should be watching.
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RDU Airport versus Uber: A comprehensive look at what's happening with rideshare in the North Carolina Triangle
Uber is speaking out against what it calls ​“unfair” enforcement practices at RDU Airport. But its critics, too, are getting louder.
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Bandwidth CEO Morken talks #MotoE and the threat of #TMobile.
Armed with a new Moto E offering, David Morken is stepping up his game. Morken, the CEO of Bandwidth, the parent company of wireless contender Republic Wireless, knew it would happen – moves by the wireless Goliaths in his Wi-Fi turf.
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Triangle Business Journal is your leading source of business news and research, serving the greater Triangle area (Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill).
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Our mission is to provide our audience with intelligence that profits their business; the most accurate and useful information in print and online while serving as the primary facilitator of business events in the 13-county region that surrounds the Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill area.
We're not just a print weekly. In addition to providing two daily email editions, we produce minute-to-minute coverage on www.trianglebusinessjournal.com.