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  1. ?CBJ Morning Buzz: Charlotte artisans highlighted by Garden & Gun; Local company settles discrimination claimsTue, 11 Dec 2018 14:16:03 +0000
    In local news: Two local artisans are representing the Queen City in the latest class of Garden & Gun magazine's "Made in the South Awards 2018." A sport coat from retailer Ole Mason Jar is the overall winner in the style category, while a table from Hobgood Furniture qualified as a runner-up in the home category. "College roommates Bradley Rhyne and Filipe Ho, founders of the Charlotte-based menswear line Ole Mason Jar, grew up with firsthand knowledge of the economic void left across their home More...
  2. JPMorgan gets federal approval for NC retail branchesTue, 11 Dec 2018 13:30:00 +0000
    Global banking giant JPMorgan Chases plans for retail branches in North Carolina's Triangle region are materializing. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, part of the U.S. Department of the Treasury, officially handed down its approval Nov. 27 for the two branches, to be located in Chapel Hill at West Franklin Streets Carolina Square and in Raleigh off Wake Forest Road. It's part of a plan the bank announced in January to open 400 new branches in five years. But details More...
  3. McClatchy to centralize design jobs in CharlotteTue, 11 Dec 2018 13:16:17 +0000
    Sacramento, California-based newspaper publisher The McClatchy Co. will consolidate the design and copy editing functions of its 30 newspapers across the country into a central hub in Charlotte. The move is part of the transformation of McClatchy (NYSE: MNI) as it focuses less on print and more on digital publishing. It's also the result of declining advertising revenue and digital disruption, said Gary Wortel, publisher and president of The Sacramento Bee and McClatchy's West regional publisher. Wortel More...
  4. More than 700,000 customers lost power in Winter Storm Diego as Duke Energy calculates repair costsTue, 11 Dec 2018 12:45:00 +0000
    Duke Energy Corp. says all of its more than 6,600 Mecklenburg customers without power should have electricity restored by Wednesday evening. But some customers in mountain counties like Rutherford, Polk, Henderson and Buncombe could remain out until Friday. All told, well over 700,000 Duke (NYSE: DUK) customers lost power at one time or another as a result of Winter Storm Diego, according to figures the company released Monday night. Power had been restored to at least 660,000 by 7 a.m. Tuesday, More...