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Triangle Business Journal

  • Employers across North Carolina see value in being family-friendly
    by Emily Swartzlander on January 21, 2019 at 5:00 am

    From offering paid parental leave to allowing employees to telecommute to subsidizing child care, employers across North Carolina say they see value in creating a family-friendly workplace, both for themselves and their employees. Now, a new guide released by the nonprofit North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation (NCECF) aims to help even more workplaces across the state be more family-friendly. The guide is part of NCECF’s Family Forward NC, an initiative to improve children’s health and well-being […]

  • NC workplaces become more family-friendly with help from new initiative
    by Emily Swartzlander on January 21, 2019 at 5:00 am

    A new guide for employers aims to help create more family-friendly workplaces across North Carolina. The Guide to Family Forward Workplaces, released earlier this month by the North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation (NCECF), is a toolkit for employers of all sizes with practical tips for implementing family-friendly workplace practices such as flexible scheduling, accommodations for pregnant workers, and paid parental leave. NCECF created the guide as part of Family Forward NC, an initiativ […]

  • Inside the List: Largest Triangle-Area Hotels (Slideshow)
    by Cameron Snipes on January 18, 2019 at 7:45 pm

    This week’s list centers on the largest hotels in the Triangle area. There are nearly 130,000 hotel guest rooms in more than 250 local hotel properties, according to area convention and visitors bureaus. […]

  • Airline exec: We're planning three more RDU nonstops in 2019
    by Lauren K. Ohnesorge on January 18, 2019 at 7:31 pm

    The just-announced nonstop flight to Birmingham is just one of four routes a new-to-RDU airline is planning for the Triangle, says its CEO in an exclusive interview. […]

  • Which banks should worry the most with JP Morgan's presence in the Triangle?
    by Lauren K. Ohnesorge on January 18, 2019 at 7:30 pm

    New York banking giant JPMorgan is pushing forward with its 400-branch expansion strategy, a move that, according to papers filed with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, includes new locations in both Raleigh and Chapel Hill. […]

  • With Amazon as tenant, Durham warehouse doubles value in 2.5 years
    by Ben Graham on January 18, 2019 at 7:15 pm

    Tight industrial market leads to big returns in Durham for a real estate joint venture. […]

  • Panthers owner wants indoor practice bubble for the team; Here's the estimated tab
    by Erik Spanberg on January 18, 2019 at 7:15 pm

    Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper hopes to have an indoor practice bubble ready in time for the 2019 season — and he wants city government to help with the project. […]

  • Blue Cross executives, health care experts defend value-based care model
    by Seth Thomas Gulledge on January 18, 2019 at 7:12 pm

    As providers and payers continue to peddle value-based care as a transformative force, a Friday morning panel on the future of health care became a public appraisal on the value and effectiveness of the model – including Blue Cross N.C.’s newly announced initiative. […]

  • Sneak peek: Triangle's newest climbing gym in Durham
    by Ben Graham on January 18, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    Climbers in Durham and Chapel Hill have been getting their ropes tied in knots in anticipation of the new Triangle Rock Club location set to open in a former Walmart Supercenter on Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway. When complete, the facility will total just over 27,000 square feet, making it the biggest climbing gym in the state, according to the company. That’s slightly bigger than the Triangle Rock Club’s current Morrisville location. With interest building, the company has been flooded wit […]

  • PacWest to 'retire' Square 1 brand
    by Lauren K. Ohnesorge on January 18, 2019 at 6:50 pm

    More than three years after its acquisition by California’s Pacific West Bank (PacWest), the Square 1 brand is scheduled to disappear. A spokeswoman confirms that the Square 1 “name and brand will be retired this spring.” The once independent, entrepreneur-focused Durham bank will be called the Venture Banking Group of Pacific Western Bank, spokeswoman Laura Piggott writes in an email. Peter Gwaltney, CEO of the North Carolina Banker’s Association, notes that it was just Square One and […]


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