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Posts tagged “Economic development”

25 minutes ago

Ex-GSK employees facing layoffs at Parexel; firm won't comment

Layoffs        As many as 200 former GlaxoSmithKline employees who were transferred to life science services firm Parexel earlier this year are reportedly being laid off today. However, the Boston-based company which has a large presence in the Triangle, isn't talking.

Updated 47 minutes ago

Foreign market woes driving NC economic trend 'downward'

N.C. flag      N.C. State economist Dr. Michael Walden has warned this year that the state's economy is slowing. His latest analysis reiterates those concerns, although he doesn't use the word "recession" in describing a slowdown. He is blaming economic troubles overseas for the state's challenge. Statewide unemployment did tick up a bit in June, new data shows.

July 23

Survey: More Triangle startups to cut spending, reduce hiring

State of the economy Layoffs have recently hit several large high-tech firms in the Triangle with Qualcomm becoming the latest to announce job cuts on Wednesday. Now a new survey finds optimism among the Triangle's booming startup community is cooling with more firms planning job cuts and less hiring.

July 23

Triangle jumps to No. 2 in life science hub rankings

Biotech & Life Science North Carolina's Raleigh-Durham region, a.k.a. the Research Triangle, has the nation's second leading life science base among major metro areas, up from No. 4 since last year, according to a new report.

July 22

As Raleigh's warehouse district booms, parking crunch reaches critical stage

Tough parking in warehouse district Raleigh's warehouse district is booming, but between office workers, foodies dining out and the denizens of the night, the lack of parking has reached critical condition.

Updated July 20

Innovate Raleigh, Patriot Boot Camp highlight regional tech calendar

Social networking The countdown is nearing zero for the fourth annual Innovate Raleigh Summit. Plus, High-tech accelerator Techstars is bringing its program to help veterans who want to become entrepreneurs - called Patriot Boot Camp - to Chapel Hill. Plus, other tech events.

July 20

WTW news in review: Week of July 12 (Part 1)

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire for the week of July 12, part one.

July 20

WTW news in review: Week of July 12 (Part 2)

Week in Review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire the week of July 12, part two.

July 20

WTW news in review: Week of July 5 (Part 1)

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire for the week of July 5, part one.

July 20

WTW news in review: Week of July 5 (Part 2)

Week in Review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire the week of July 5.

Updated July 17

AT&T bringing GigaPower to Durham

AT&T AT&T plans to launch its GigaPower high speed Internet service in Durham on Monday. AT&T said it would bring high speed service to Durham, Raleigh, Cary, Carrboro, Winston-Salem, and Chapel Hill last year when it was chosen as a provider for the Next Generation Network North Carolina. Durham is the last city on the list to get the service.

Updated July 16

Durham cloud computing firm to create 200 jobs

Interactive PureCloud logo An Indianapolis-based software firm plans to create 200 jobs at its cloud computing operation in Durham in the next five years, officials said Thursday.

July 15

Moogfest moving to Durham

Moogfest coming to Durham Moogfest, a combination music, technology and art festival, is moving from Asheville to Durham in 2016. Organizers choose Durham for its support of creativity and entrepreneurs.

Updated July 8

Noro-Moseley adds $6M; Emma raises capital; Apple CEO joins Duke board; Target goes solar

Bulldog In today's Bulldog update of technology news: Square 1 Bank participates in $5M Emma funding; NC counties with the most investments; Apple's Tim Cook new Duke University Trustee; Target installing solar on Triangle store rooftops, Atlanta's Noro-Moseley adds $6M to its fund.

July 7

Durham startups dominate NC innovation grants

The Durham Innovation District Seven of 11 One North Carolina Small Business Fund recipients of its latest awards totaling $544,967 were Durham firms, according to the NC Department of Commerce.

Updated July 7

Premium Lock Effects of new Reg A funding rules could be huge

New U.S. Reg A plus funding rules that kicked in mid-June allow middle class mom and pop investors to have skin in a game previously open only to high net worth individuals and could have a major impact on how entrepreneurs grow their companies. "This is going to be huge and we want to get in early," Steve Sadler, CEO of Allegiancy, a Richmond, VA, firm with a Triangle presence says.

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July 7

Metrics show impact of RTP cleantech cluster

Cleantech A new interactive metrics dashboard created by the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) tracks RTP Region cleantech jobs, patents, capital investments and venture funding.

July 7

Is North Carolina's rebound stumbling?

Mike Walden Some troubling news about North Carolina's economy made the headlines recently. Numbers for an economic concept called gross domestic product", or GDP, were released for 2014. While North Carolina's GDP increased in 2014, it rose much less than in the nation. The comparison was a 1.4 percent gain for the state versus a 2.2 percent improvement for the nation. Does this mean it's time to worry about the state's economic rebound?

July 6

Economic development group Golden LEAF regaining favor in General Assembly

Two years ago, the North Carolina Research and Education Network relaunched as a 2,600-mile fiber-optic network. Essential to that multi-year transformation was a $20 million contribution to the project from the Golden LEAF Foundation. Under a political cloud in recent years, Golden LEAF now appears to be regaining favor, reports Gary Robertson of The Associated Press.

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July 6

WTW news in review: Week of June 29 (Part 1)

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire for last week.

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