10:19 a.m. Thursday

Duke's Coach K rings opening bell at NASDAQ

Duke men's basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski is all smiles as he rings the opening bell at NASDAQ in New York on Thursday.

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9:59 a.m. Thursday

Tesla dealership bill pops up late in NC session

Tesla ​A surprise late-session bill to let electric-car manufacturer Tesla sell direct to consumers in North Carolina materialized Wednesday at the legislature.

9:53 a.m. Thursday

CED names VC event co-chairs; deadline nears for startups to apply

CED logo Entrepreneur Robbie Allen, veteran VC Jason Caplain to co-chair the Council for Entrepreneurial Development's Tech Venture Conference 2017. Plus: The deadline for startups and emerging companies to apply for the opportunity to present at the event is nearing.

7:44 a.m. Thursday

Premium Lock Advanced prototyping facility set for takeoff at First Flight Venture Center

Hangar6, a facility for advanced and rapid prototyping, will launch in September at the First Flight Venture Center in RTP.

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7:18 a.m. Thursday

North Carolina not on list for Foxconn $7B tech plants in US

Foxconn, the manufacturer that assembles smartphones for Apple and electronic devices for other firms, expects to announce plans soon for $7 billion in investments to build plants in the U.S. But North Carolina isn't on an early list of possible sites.

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6:51 a.m. Thursday

Premium Lock Report: QuintilesIMS looking to sell contract sales business

QuintilesIMS   Life science QuintilesIMS is looking to sell its contract sales business for around $1 billion, according to a report.

Updated 7:01 p.m. Wednesday

World-leading Seqirus flu vax factory in Holly Springs hits another milestone

The billion-dollar cell culture Seqirus vaccine factory in Holly Springs has hit yet another milestone.

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Updated 3:55 p.m. Wednesday

Premium Lock Bulls on the run: Wall Street analysts, investors rush to Red Hat

Bullish     Tuesday evening, Red Hat beat the Street. And so began the night of the red-hot Hatters. Starting at 3:55 a.m. Wednesday, Wall Street analysts began jumping on the Red Hat bandwagon just hours after investors drove up Hatter shares by 10 percent. By noon Wednesday, 13 different analysts had either raised their target prices for Red Hat or upgraded the stock to "Buy."

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3:51 p.m. Wednesday

Premium Lock Raleigh-based Innovate Biopharma to go public in $60M reverse merger

Innovate Biopharmaceuticals, a Raleigh-based firm, is going public in a reverse merger with a California-based company in a deal that values Innovate at $60 million.

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9:30 a.m. Wednesday

Premium Lock Inside Red Hat: Cloud, Linux success fuel red-hot growth

Red Hat Analysis: Red Hat beat Wall Street expectations for revenue and profits in its latest earnings report Tuesday, sending the stock toward its all-time high of $105. What's fueling the growth? Here's an analyst's view.

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9:23 a.m. Wednesday

Eshelman, Hatteras backed Innocrin lands regulatory boost in Europe

​Durham-based Innocrin Pharmaceuticals, a clinical-stage company focused on developing new cancer treatments, has received a regulatory boost for its work in Europe.

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7:47 a.m. Wednesday

Premium Lock Exclusive: Refreshed board, new leadership to reshape CED's strategy to boost entrepreneurs

With a new CEO and an executive board reshaped and refreshed by 21 new members, the new chair of the CED's leadership is planning to "refine the organization's strategy and approach." Why? Because opportunities and challenges for entrepreneurs "have changed quite a bit over the last 10 years."

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Updated 7:25 a.m. Wednesday

Red Hat beats Street, shares surge to nearly $100

Red Hat, a global leader in Open Source Linux software and services as well as various cloud technologies, beats Wall Street expectations in both earnings and revenue. The news late Tuesday sent Hatters' shares up immediately to nearly $100. Red Hat shares haven't topped $100 since Dec 1999 shortly after the company went public. Driving the growth: Cloud.

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Updated 6:57 a.m. Wednesday

Premium Lock 'Lenovo Transform:' Tech giant offers PCs as a Service - no up-front hardware costs + Video

Lenovo, which is battling HP for the No. 1 PC seller around the globe, is rolling out PCs as a Service through which customers pay a fixed monthly fee in exchange for the latest hardware, upgrades and services.

6:52 a.m. Wednesday

Premium Lock Uber CEO Kalanick resigns under investor pressure + video, meltdown timeline

Travis Kalanick, the combative and troubled CEO of ride-hailing giant Uber, has resigned under pressure from investors at a pivotal time for the company. Plus: Watch a video of his argument with an Uber driver. And: A timeline of Uber's 2017 meltdown.

3:40 p.m. Tuesday

Premium Lock Why world Wi-Fi day connects communities for the greater good

On the 20th World Wi-Fi Day, the CEO of Chicago-based Cambium Networks talks about the importance of spreading wireless Internet connectivity all around the world, not just in metro areas.

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1:41 p.m. Tuesday

UNC KickStart picks three faculty startups for $89K in funding

Innovation Three faculty-led startups at UNC-Chapel Hill are moving closer to commercialization after receiving more than $89,000 in funding from the university's KickStart Venture Services program.

Updated 11:20 a.m. Tuesday

Premium Lock NCSU researchers create new 3D printing technology

A pasty mix of water and solid as well as liquid forms of silicone are the key ingredients for a new "ink" that can be used in 3D printers, say NCSU researchers. NCSU is seeking to patent the technology.

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