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Durham-based RevBoss, founded as a consulting company in 2014, has launched its first product -software as a service that allows B2B firms to push a button and get a sales pipeline.
A new report by Intel Security and CSIS reveals a current cybersecurity talent crisis in the U.S., U.K., Australia, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, and Mexico. The report says the shortage is responsible for significant damages from security breaches.
Raleigh entrepreneur Jesse Lipson, founder of Sharefile, which sold to Citrix, spoke at the Democratic National Convention Monday night and attacked NC HB2, the so-called "bathroom bill," saying, "Nothing scares away investment like hate."
The departure of three top executives at the Research Triangle Regional Partnership triggered a delay in a new strategic plan for the region. What it will look like exactly is unknown as development continues. But a new plan unveiled this week in Charlotte could be a preview for what to expect in the Triangle, especially given the partners involved and the similar strengths of both regions.
Cree is selling a building at the end of its Silicon Drive campus in Durham as part of its $850 million cash sale of its Wolfspeed Power and RF division to Infineon Technologies, the company disclosed at a press conference Thursday morning.
North Carolina jumps four spots to rank fifth in "America's Top States for Business" survey from CNBC. The state scores best in access to capital along with technology and innovation. However, "HB2" drives down "quality of life" rating, CNBC says. But the governor's office notes N.C. actually imrpoved its ranking in that category.
An online learning company said Tuesday it will expand its Cary operation, creating 450 jobs over the next five years.
Analysis: The on-going transformation occurring in the economy is bringing more negative side effects to our state than to the nation. Stated another, North Carolina can be viewed as "ground zero" for the seismic shifts that are happening in the economy.
With paying customers on board and having received a warm reception from recruiters, LineHire plans marketing push, fundraise for 2016. Plus: Watch an introductory video.
In a leaked document, executives at IBM Netherlands describe how "Resource Balancing 2016" i.e. job cuts - are hitting that business group for the first time. The resource action, as IBM calls layoffs,could affect "several hundreds," a source tells Watching IBM at Facebook.
Triangle and emerging companies in the Triangle raised more than $30 million in a variety of financings, from equity to debt, according to a review of securities filings. Other companies around the state raised a similar total.
In today's wrapup of technology and life science news: Vice President Joe Biden threatens drug makers over trial information; Windows 10 gets an update; Dow Chemical to cut N.C. jobs; and China's top Internet regulator is replaced.
Facebook is bringing its "TechPrep" initiative to Durham for a workshop. The program aims to encourage more children to become interested in computer science.
Wake Tech, along with support from Wake County Economic Development and the Capital Area Workforce Development Board, plan to launch a program for "at least" 450 people to train for jobs in cybersecurity after winning a $3.9 million federal grant.
A new federally backed high-tech hub to be hosted at N.C. State will have a mission of addressing worker skills as well as adoption costs for new technology. The Obama Administration named NCSU as the host of a southeast hub for the new Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute.
An India-based company's decision to build a solar panel manufacturing facility in Halifax is good news for North Carolina's clean industry sector, says the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association.