Posted on 15 October 2014.
Posted on 09 October 2014.
Yes, we’re wired here. And now Google says so. The internet advertising giant on Thursday announced Cornelius as its North Carolina eCity for 2014 – the state’s reigning “digital capital.” The award was unveiled during a reception with town and business leaders at Waterbean Coffee off Jetton Road. Read the full story
Posted on 03 October 2014.
I’ve been a remote worker since 2009, but even when had a cubicle, I would do whatever I could to stay out of the office.
This was radical, unheard of and frowned upon. It didn’t stop me from scheduling my day around lunches under wi-fi, breakfast meetings at the coffee shop, phone calls from the beach. Read the full story
Posted on 30 September 2014.
Anyone who has lived in Cornelius more than a decade knows that “transient” not only describes our population, but it also refers to the quick life cycle of businesses in town. Empty storefronts and changing signage are all too common here. Only a handful of independent, entrepreneurial ventures survive. IcyWakes Surf Shop is one of them. Read the full story
Posted on 29 September 2014.
The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce has accepted 26 local business leaders in the eighteenth class of Leadership Lake Norman. The program, sponsored by Sam’s Club – Lake Norman, develops a group of informed, committed, and qualified individuals capable of providing visionary and progressive leadership for the Lake Norman region.
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Posted on 23 September 2014.
Cornelius-based Aquesta Bank celebrated the opening of its first Huntersville branch with a ribbon cutting Tuesday morning. The opening comes just two months after the bank opened a new branch in downtown Cornelius, and is another step forward in Aquesta’s aggressive expansion following the 2008 recession. Read the full story
Posted on 16 September 2014.
By BEN BRADFORD
CHARLOTTE – The nation’s largest power company will also be one of the largest solar providers. Duke Energy wrapped up six months of shopping for solar projects Monday, and announced it will increase its North Carolina capacity by more than a third. Despite the increase, solar remains a tiny fraction of overall generation.
Posted on 15 September 2014.
Treynorth business park off NC 115 has never seen a day like this: A couple of thousand beer lovers swarmed the park all afternoon Saturday to help D9 Brewing Co. celebrate its grand opening in new, bigger digs. Read the full story
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