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10 startups - including 2 from Triangle - to participate in Black Founders Exchange

43 minutes ago

Ten startups – including two from the Triangle – have been selected to participate in the upcoming Black Founders Exchange put on by Google for Startups and the American Underground startup hub.

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Cybersecurity tug-of-war intensifies but progress being made, new report says

56 minutes ago

Changing approaches to cybersecurity have led to slow but steady progress in defense and protection, but competing interests create a growing challenge for cybersecurity decision makers and practitioners, new research from CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the technology workforce and industry, reveals.

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Truce: Red Hat, Oracle put aside open source feud for broader partnership

16 hours ago

The companies were recently sending barbed comments back and forth over Red Hat’s decision to end support of the public version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), CentOS. Not on Wednesday.

Triangle job market continues to be hot

Amazon is hiring hundreds in NC but holiday hiring plans fall at other companies

22 hours ago

Santa may be a little short on helpers this Christmas but apparently not at Amazon. The internet giant and affiliates are looking to fill more than 500 jobs across North Carolina, and it plans to boost hiring for holiday jobs this fall to 250,000. Plus the jobs will pay more.

Durham entrepreneur Jes Averhart to emcee Raleigh Chamber event, calls it 'living example' of collaboration

23 hours ago

A Durham-based self-described “Bull City girl” is hosting the Raleigh Chamber’s upcoming Annual Meeting. Hear why she finds that “surprising” but exciting—and what other surprises are in store for this event next week.