Who Just Raised A $225 Million Financing in North Carolina?

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It was big news in Charlotte, North Carolina where AvidXchange announced the groundbreaking on a new headquarters complex in the N.C. A few years after Amy and I moved to Boulder, Mike and Cindy sold their first company and moved to North Carolina. The post Who Just Raised A $225 Million Financing in North Carolina? Investments avidxchange bain capital ventures charlotte fintech Foundry Group Glue north carolina praeger

The North Carolina Barbecue Society Historic Trail

Mark Birch

The North Carolina Barbecue Society Historic Trail : This is one epic barbecue trail regardless of your opinion on North Carolina ‘cue. food food tour barbecue North Carolina

Unintended Lessons

Steve Blank

We started in North Carolina eating BBQ and enjoying the Southern culture, went through Washington D.C

Ardent 1: Supercomputers Get Personal

Steve Blank

We were on the University of North Carolina campus to meet with Fred Brooks and Henry Fuchs. Get Out of Building Our trip to North Carolina was part of a year long effort to get out of the building to understand our market, customers and their applications.

North Carolina editorial roundup

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Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers

North Carolina Repeals Controversial 'Bathroom Bill'

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It cleared the House, Senate, and was signed by Gov. Roy Cooper in a matter of hours

Idea Generation Session Vomit Bags? Barf Brainstorming?

Gregg Fraley, Author of Jack's Notebook

Books & Reviews Creative Problem Solving (CPS) Idea Generation Innovation brainstorming Chronicle Online Cornell Cornell ILR School Creativity emotion idea convergence ideas Jack Goncalo Jennifer Mueller Mary Catt Shimul Melwani University of North Carolina University of PennsylvaniaIdeas can make you sick. Okay, not sick exactly, but a word many of us would associate with new and different — high quality ideas — is “vomit.”

How This Startup Is Thriving Despite North Carolina's Public Backlash

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Growing a startup is hard, but for startups in North Carolina, that job is now a lot harder

North Carolina editorial roundup

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Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers

Investigators seek massive North Carolina voting records

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RALEIGH — Federal investigators in North Carolina are seeking an enormous number of voting records from dozens of election offices weeks before the midterm elections, demands that may signal their expanded efforts to prosecute illegal voting by people who are

North Carolina Lawmakers Announce Plan to Repeal Controversial 'Bathroom Bill'

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House Bill 2 could have cost the state nearly $4 billion over 12 years in lost business

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Effects of Hurricane Florence already felt along North Carolina coast

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Officials say the effects of Hurricane Florence are already being felt along the North Carolina coast NAGS HEAD, N.C.

Boy with special needs missing from North Carolina park

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GASTONIA – Emergency responders began a massive search at a Gastonia park Saturday afternoon for a 6-year-old boy with special needs

The Inside Story of How a North Carolina Mom Built an Insanely Popular Business on Facebook

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When selling children's clothing online went from a hobby to Facebook fame, Brandi Temple could hardly keep up with demand. And that just made her products even more popular. Startup

North Carolina governor: Endangered wolf protection should stay

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RALEIGH — North Carolina's governor is urging federal authorities not to reduce protections for endangered red wolves that can only be found in the state

North Carolina editorial roundup

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Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers

Startups to North Carolina: Something's Got to Give

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Push all the political rhetoric to the side and what remains is a major business issue for entrepreneurs

As Florence moves west, North Carolina prepares for recovery

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AP) — North Carolina must withstand more torrential rains, gusty winds, and river flooding from Tropical Storm Florence next week, but emergency leaders are already working on the recovery RALEIGH, N.C. (AP)

North Carolina Loses $3.1 Million in State Revenue Thanks to Discriminatory 'Bathroom Bill'

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This week, Inc's editors and writers chat with "The Grey Rhino" author Michele Wucker, and discuss North Carolina's discriminatory bathroom law

2 earthquakes detected in North Carolina overnight

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Two earthquakes were detected in North Carolina Monday night and early Tuesday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey

North Carolina beats Pittsburgh 38-35 in its ACC opener

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AP) — Antonio Williams ran for two scores while Nathan Elliott threw for two more to help North Carolina beat Pittsburgh 38-35 on Saturday in its Atlantic Coast Conference opener CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP)

Everyone Hates North Carolina's Bathroom Law. But the State Can't Seem to Repeal It

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Despite a lengthy special session HB2, the state's infamous anti-transgender law, still stands

Trump arrives in North Carolina to survey Florence damage

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AP) — President Donald Trump has arrived in storm-ravaged North Carolina to take in the devastation left by Florence HAVELOCK, N.C. (AP)

North Carolina homicide suspect caught in Connecticut

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AP) — A suspect in a homicide in North Carolina has been captured in Connecticut NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP)

North Carolina State preview capsule

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2 vetoes of North Carolina ballot language bills overridden

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One new law took away from a state panel the job of creating special titles for each of six proposed amendments to the North Carolina Constitution on the November ballot.

Macy's first North Carolina outlet opening in Greensboro

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Macy's is opening its first North Carolina discount outlet at the Friendly Center store

North Carolina Zoo getting new restaurant

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An award-winning chef, known for a sustainable approach to the culinary industry, will operate a new restaurant at the North Carolina Zoo

3 arrested after drugs, weapons found at North Carolina daycare

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FAYETTEVILLE — A drug bust in North Carolina led police to a day care center, where they found not only a half-dozen guns but also cookies and gummy bears laced with marijuana

Here's What Happened When United Airlines Accidentally Flew an 80-Year-Old Passenger to Denver (Instead of North Carolina)

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"You lost a person, and the whole time they were treating me like they lost my luggage.

Chimney Rock Park reopens in western North Carolina

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CHIMNEY ROCK (AP) — A park in western North Carolina is reopening after a retaining wall at a parking lot collapsed last month after a week of heavy rain

The Latest: North Carolina floodwaters still 'treacherous'

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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) AP) — The Latest on the aftermath of Hurricane Florence (all times local

North Carolina editorial roundup

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Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers

North Carolina editorial roundup

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers

PayPal Cancels North Carolina Expansion Over Discrimination Law

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"This decision reflects PayPal's deepest values and our strong belief that every person has the right to be treated equally, and with dignity and respect," the company said in a statement

North Carolina school board appoints new leader

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AP) — The North Carolina State Board of Education has appointed a new leader as three members step down RALEIGH, N.C. (AP)

North Carolina TV station evacuates due to rising waters

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AP) — A North Carolina TV station had to evacuate its newsroom in the middle of Hurricane Florence coverage as floodwaters surrounded the building NEW BERN, N.C. (AP)

North Carolina editorial roundup

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Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers

North Carolina mayor-elect arrested for DWI after victory

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SHARPSBURG — The newly elected mayor of a North Carolina town has been charged with driving while impaired moments after his victory

North Carolina legislature reconvenes on amendment titles

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RALEIGH — North Carolina lawmakers once expecting to be done legislating for months when they adjourned their session in June are back at work less than four weeks later

10 North Carolina firefighters accused of setting blazes

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LUMBERTON — Authorities have arrested 10 North Carolina volunteer firefighters and accused them of setting fire to abandoned buildings and woods over a year and a half

Hope for Manufacturing Innovation? Obama Announces New Hub in North Carolina

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President Obama announced today the creation of a manufacturing and innovation institute in Raleigh, North Carolina that will be led by North Carolina State University. North Carolina State University has one of the largest undergrad engineering programs in the country.

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Kentucky firefighters headed to North Carolina for hurricane

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AP) — About two dozen Kentucky firefighters are heading to North Carolina to help rescue people in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP)