Every week, 88.5 WFDD speaks with the Triad Business Journal's reporters about events and developments affecting the Piedmont Triad's economy.
5:26am Oct 10, 2014Economy Economy
It’s been a busy year for Guilford Technical Community College. A new aviation training building opened near the airport in August.
7:21am Oct 03, 2014Economy Economy
At every level of football, from youth teams to the NFL, concerns are mounting about how skull-rattling hits affect the health and safety of players.
8:30am Sep 26, 2014Economy Economy
Winston-Salem has a new place for entrepreneurs and freelancers to work.
8:26am Sep 19, 2014Economy Economy
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center announced Wednesday it will partner with Vidant Health of Greenville and WakeMed of Raleigh in a joint venture at a time in when size and scale in the health care
7:59pm Sep 11, 2014Economy Economy
Every day, businesses across the Triad and the state generate hazardous waste like toxic chemicals and solvents.
7:40am Sep 05, 2014Economy Economy
Millennials, those ages 18 to 34, have been flooding the job market over the last decade.
7:05am Aug 29, 2014Economy Economy
When it comes to selling groceries, there are few industries that are more competitive – especially at the higher end of the spectrum.
7:30am Aug 22, 2014Economy Economy
Here in the Triad, and across the country, we love our pets. And we’re willing to spend a lot of money on them – especially when we leave town on vacation. How much money?
7:45am Aug 15, 2014Economy Economy
For all the challenges that cities such as Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point face in generating new jobs and training a skilled workforce, those same challenges in the Triad's rural communit
5:07pm Aug 07, 2014Economy Economy
Having spent more than 40 years as Greensboro’s top community leader, 80 year-old Jim Melvin is chasing the biggest project of his life with no plans to retire.
5:00am Aug 01, 2014Economy Economy
The Piedmont Triad region has had no new hotels built in the past three and a half years. That stands to reason because occupancy rates have remained fairly flat over the same period.
5:53pm Jul 24, 2014Economy Economy
If you want to identify a primary force behind the nation’s rising health care costs, look no further than cardiac care.