Updated 8:55 a.m. today

CED Life Science Conference to showcase Triangle's remarkable success story

Biotech  So much of the deserved media hype about the growing success of the Research Triangle focuses on high tech. Nothing wrong with that. But too often overlooked is the continuing growth of the region's life science industry. And the CED Life Science Conference event next week will showcase that story.

Updated 8:23 a.m. today

Exits of Plastina, Lipson are good news for Triangle - Here's why

The exits of Frank Plastina from Cree after the failed Wolfspeed spinoff and Jesse Lipson from Citrix which had built upon his SharefFile to build a powerful presence in Raleigh will prove to be good news for the Triangle's economy. How so? Well, look at the case of Scot Wingo and Cindy Whitehead.

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8:14 a.m. today

CED Life Science presenter profile: UVision 360

WRAL TechWire and the Council for Entrepreneurial development are partnering to present a series of profiles featuring companies startups and emerging companies participating in the CED's annual Life Science conference. The latest in the series is medical device startup UVision 360 in Raleigh.

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7:08 a.m. today

Premium Lock Watch out, Lenovo: HP's bets on premium PCs is paying off

Another strong quarter from HP shows that Lenovo's shrinking hold on the rank as world's No. 1 PC seller continues to be in jeopardy. Recent statistics show Lenovo's lead is shrinking, and Technology Business Research Analyst Jack Narcotta explains why HP is gaining strength.

Updated 6:36 a.m. today

Premium Lock S-t-r-e-t-c-h-a-b-l-e electronics: From labs to reality

Watch out for stretchable electronic components to become an emerging factor in device development across multiple industries over the next several years, says a new report.

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Updated 7 minutes ago

CED Life Science presenter profile: RiboWiz Scientific

WRAL TechWire and the Council for Entrepreneurial development are partnering to present a series of profiles featuring companies startups and emerging companies participating in the CED's annual Life Science conference. The latest in the series is Raleigh startup RiboWiz Scientific.

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6:34 a.m. today

ChannelAdvisor co-founder Wingo sells $1 million worth in company stock

Scot Wingo speaks out  The executive chairman of Morrisville-based ChannelAdvisor Corp. sold $1 million worth of company stock, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing

3:26 p.m. yesterday

CED Life Science presenter profile: Ribometrix

WRAL TechWire and the Council for Entrepreneurial development are partnering to present a series of profiles featuring companies startups and emerging companies participating in the CED's annual Life Science conference. The latest in the series is Ribometrix, which is based in Chapel Hill.

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12:51 p.m. yesterday

CED Life Science presenter profile: Celldom

WRAL TechWire and the Council for Entrepreneurial development are partnering to present a series of profiles featuring companies startups and emerging companies participating in the CED's annual Life Science conference. The latest in the series is Celldom, biotech pharmaceutical startup in Durham

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Updated 1:03 p.m. yesterday

Argos shares plunge 65% after news it might stop kidney cancer drug trial

Argos ​Shares of Argos Therapeutics Inc. fell by more than 65 percent in pre-market trading Wednesday after the drug development company said it received a recommendation from an independent data monitoring committee that the company discontinue the Phase 3 trial for a drug intended to treat kidney cancer.

Updated 7:58 a.m. yesterday

Premium Lock Durham startup iScribes raises $410K in new capital

iScribes offers doctors a mobile app compatible with wearable technology to record patient visits. This enables access to medical documentation offsite through a secure portal.

Updated 7:52 a.m. yesterday

Premium Lock Two-way Medfusion expansion: Acquisition, 'enhanced' services

Cary-based Medfusion said Tuesday it is expanding its patient support offerings by acquiring a New York firm that provides self-scheduling solutions. The deal comes shortly after Medfusion updated its medical portal offerings.

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7:34 a.m. yesterday

CED Life Science presenter profile: Lindy Biosciences

WRAL TechWire and the Council for Entrepreneurial development are partnering to present a series of profiles featuring companies startups and emerging companies participating in the CED's annual Life Science conference. The latest in the series is Lindy Biosciences, a drug delivery startup based in Durham.

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Updated 10:12 a.m. yesterday

CED Life Science presenter profile: BetaBlue

WRAL TechWire and the Council for Entrepreneurial development are partnering to present a series of profiles featuring companies startups and emerging companies participating in the CED's annual Life Science conference. The latest in the series is BetaBlue, a startup based in Graham, N.C., which targets schizophrenia.

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Updated 12:04 p.m. Tuesday

Making health data more portable: Validic teams up with Salesforce, unveils data transfer platform

Mobile health data startup Validic is teaming up with customer relationship management trend-setter Salesforce to provide information directly from wearables and other devices as well as health apps directly into CRM and care management platforms. Validic also is demonstrating a platform to securely transfer health data from mobile devices to patient portals.

9:22 a.m. Tuesday

Premium Lock Trade vs. productivity: What caused US manufacturing's decline and how to revive it

Unemployment Analysis: Automation was not the primary culprit behind manufacturing job losses, and now too little automation is depressing U.S. output and leading to stagnation in U.S. manufacturing, says a report from the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

9:27 a.m. Tuesday

CED Life Science presenter profile: Mapout Learning (+ video)

WRAL TechWire and the Council for Entrepreneurial development are partnering to present a series of profiles featuring companies startups and emerging companies participating in the CED's annual Life Science conference. The latest in the series is Mapout Learning.

6:00 a.m. Tuesday

Premium Lock Analysis: Automation, not policy, will kill H-1B visas

Immigration graphic TBR believes enterprise IT buyers -- the very large American companies using India-centric offshore services vendors -- will continue skipping over the details around their IT vendor's country of establishment and find an IT services company that can offer savings at scale, likely through automation, and can deliver on the emerging technology promises of digital transformation, regardless of substantial policy changes.

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