Earlier this month, Amazon announced it wanted to open a second headquarters. It invited cities to send proposals, and places like Charlotte, Raleigh, and Boston responded.
Triad Business Journal
There was some big news in the business world this week, when Winston-Salem-based Reynolds American announced that it
Data from the U.S. Census shows most of the nation's fastest growing metro areas are retirement destinations in the Sun Belt. That's according to a new report from Governing Magazine.
The U.S. Supreme Court says it won't hear an appeals case involving Winston-Salem-based BB&T Corp. The company stands to lose millions of dollars.
The public is getting its first look at the design of the new Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts in Greensboro.
Economic development officials in Winston-Salem hope that a former Reynolds manufacturing site will bring more jobs to the area.
The Piedmont Triad Partnership based in Greensboro was founded as one of the seven regional economic development offices across the state, tasked with creating a sense of regional identity and marketing its 12-county footprint. But this July, with the removal of all state marketing funding, regional economic development will make a significant shift as the Piedmont Triad Partnership begins operating as a private organization — one that no longer operates as a traditional economic development group, but rather a privately funded entity that's focused on specific regional goals of its own choosing.