Here it is… your annual reminder to dump out that drawer, sort through the random stuff you’ve collected over the year, and get things back in order. You’ll feel sooooooo much better after you do!
10 startups - including 2 from Triangle - to participate in Black Founders Exchange43 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.
Cybersecurity tug-of-war intensifies but progress being made, new report says56 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.
Truce: Red Hat, Oracle put aside open source feud for broader partnership16 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.
Amazon is hiring hundreds in NC but holiday hiring plans fall at other companies22 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 collaboration23 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.
TrialCard has a new name and brand: Mercalis. The Triangle-based company that works with life science companies on commercialization efforts, announced the change on Wednesday.
A 2 trillion yen ($14 billion) tender offer for troubled electronics and energy giant Toshiba by a Japanese consortium has been completed, clearing the way for it to be delisted, the company said Thursday.
Raleigh-based CapTrust Financial Advisors has a new backer in private-equity firm Carlyle Group, which took an undisclosed stake in the wealth management business.
Google Fiber has focused on not just keeping up, but going beyond — being one of the first to offer 2 Gig, to roll out Wi-Fi 6 and whole home Wi-Fi 6E, to bring 5 Gig and 8 Gig to whole cities at affordable rates, and to offer 20 Gig in a home setting. And we don’t intend to stop any time soon.
IBM shares are on the rise after receiving a big boost from RBC Capital Markets – and CNBC’s Jim Cramer says Big Blue shares are “off to the races.” Watch the video.
Federal regulators declined to approve a nasal spray from a San Diego company to treat severe allergic reactions late Tuesday, calling for more research on what would have been the first alternative to injections using devices such as an EpiPen. A Raleigh firm also has a nasal spray alternative under development.
VinFast’s fledgling electric vehicle business delivered sales of more than 9,500 vehicles in the second quarter of this year – a more than 400% increase from the first quarter – but the news comes with a caveat.
There’s another Pappas working at Pappas Capital, but the venture capital firm is quick to point out that Nick Pappas is “no relation” to the firm’s founder Art Pappas.
Omni Hotels and Resorts plans to build a 27-story, 550-room hotel in downtown Raleigh, between the convention center and the Martin Marietta Center for the Performing Arts.
There’s $350 million in the N.C. Senate budget version for Navy hanger facilities at the Global TransPark in Kinston, Business North Carolina reports.
According to the American Community Survey data, the top five cities with the largest share of people working from home are all tech hubs.