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

North Carolina man admitted to setting 2 wildfires in Nantahala National Forest, authorities say

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Federal prosecutors say a North Carolina man is accused of setting two wildfires

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North Carolina set to overtake Michigan as ninth-largest state

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North Carolina gained about 100,000 people between 2012 and 2013, the U.S. Census Bureau reported, a 1 percent growth rate that puts the state on track to overtake Michigan to become the nation’s nint

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 governor pursues lawsuit over LGBT rights

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RALEIGH — North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is going to court in a fight for a state law that limits protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people

Public access to criminal records now easier in North Carolina

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RALEIGH — Public access of criminal records at courthouses across North Carolina is now easier with a modernized search system running in all 100 counties

Why Durham, North Carolina May Legitimately Be a Hotspot for Startup Investment

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When you factor in population, some lesser startup hubs might actually beat out their more popular neighbors

Fewer teachers leaving North Carolina schools

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RALEIGH — A new report says the teacher turnover rate in North Carolina has dropped a bit

North Carolina unveiling unemployment rate for April

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AP) — A closely-watched measure of North Carolina's economic fitness is going to offer a new snapshot of employment last month RALEIGH, N.C. (AP)

Another shark attack may have occurred at North Carolina beach

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A shark bite was reported at Surf City over the weekend

Another shark attack reported at North Carolina beach

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A shark bite was reported at Surf City over the weekend

North Carolina defends gay-marriage recusal law for magistrates

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An attorney for North Carolina says a state law letting magistrates refuse to perform same-sex marriages ensures the state complies with the law on gay marriage while respecting officials' religious beliefs

More dangerous heat in central, eastern North Carolina

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AP) — It will be dangerously hot again over much of central and eastern North Carolina RALEIGH, N.C. (AP)

Amtrak train hits tractor-trailer in North Carolina

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PLEASANT HILL — Officials say an Amtrak train collided with a tractor-trailer in North Carolina, though no injuries have been reported

North Carolina LGBT law protesters reunite for Orlando

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Freightliner laying off about 800 workers in North Carolina

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North Carolina State preview capsule

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North Carolina program to use cameras to track animals

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RALIEGH — Wildlife officials in North Carolina want to know more about the habits of mammals across the state and have come up with a unique way to track them

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

Fallout from North Carolina LGBT law worries small business owners

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Small businesses in North Carolina are already losing valuable business because of the new state law limiting protections for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people

North Carolina's $2.8 billion debt to U.S. Labor, Treasury departments is paid

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A key element of a controversial decision to lower the state’s unemployment insurance benefits came to fruition Tuesday when North Carolina paid off the final portion of a $2.8 billion debt to the fed

North Carolina mom 'terrified' when judge ordered her to cover her breastfeeding

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HENDERSONVILLE — A North Carolina woman says she was "terrified" when a judge told her to cover herself while breastfeeding or leave his courtroom

New tax changes in 2014 in North Carolina

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RALEIGH — Significant changes made to the North Carolina tax laws approved this summer and taking effect starting Jan. 1, unless otherwise noted

North Carolina editorial roundup

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Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers

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

North Carolina editorial roundup

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Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers

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 GOP elects first black chairman

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RALEIGH — The North Carolina Republican Party elected its first black chairman Saturday in an upset victory over the candidate backed by Gov. Pat McCrory and other top leaders in the GOP establishment

Nearly 230 federal inmates to be released in North Carolina

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CHARLOTTE — Nearly 230 federal inmates will be released in North Carolina this week

Clinton endorsed by dozens of North Carolina legislators

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AP) — Dozens of Democrats at the North Carolina General Assembly are supporting Hillary Clinton for president RALEIGH, N.C. (AP)

North Carolina editorial roundup

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Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers

North Carolina lawmakers allow charter schools to set growth

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RALEIGH — North Carolina lawmakers are tipping the scales in a small charter school''s expansion fight, a dispute critics say could undermine traditional public schools in rural communities statewide

Man wanted in North Carolina arrested in Baltimore

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BALTIMORE — Maryland Transportation Authority Police have arrested a North Carolina man wanted for alleged felony probation violations in that state

Construction to begin soon on huge North Carolina solar farm

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MOYOCK, N.C. (AP) AP) — Work is expected to begin soon on farmland south of Chesapeake that could become the largest solar-energy facility east of the Mississippi River

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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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

McCrory helps dedicate new North Carolina veterans' cemetery

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AP) — North Carolina's fourth state veterans' cemetery should be the site of military burials by early next year GOLDSBORO, N.C. (AP)

Man struck, killed by Amtrak train near North Carolina State

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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) AP) — Police in Raleigh say a man was hit and killed by an Amtrak train near N.C. State University

North Carolina revenues are $120M ahead of projections

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AP) — Revenues are slightly exceeding what North Carolina lawmakers anticipated would be needed to carry out the state government budget so far this fiscal year RALEIGH, N.C. (AP)