We're up, we're down, we're holding on for dear life - last week saw a mix of highs and lows for the Carolinas and Georgia.
Sense Technologies loses out on $4M deal after Nasdaq listing appeal is denied. Otherwise, investing front is quiet - at least publicly - other than one small deal in North Carolina.
It was a quiet week on the venture front with no announced closings. Deals in state have averaged more than $10M.
Public access site and digital literacy training grants are awarded to 93 projects in rural North Carolina counties. Funds for networking gear make "a true difference in our area," one recipient says.
Through July, technology companies in the Carolinas and Georgia have pulled in $566 million in more than 70 deals.
Through seven months of 2002, 36 Peach State tech companies have attracted an average of more than $10 million in venture capital.
College is second to pick Sprint-Cisco team for a campus-wide upgrade. Integrated network to handle voice, data, video.
Development work for new fiber-optic equipment bought by SBC to provide on-demand services takes place in North Carolina.