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Big business and renaming a neighborhood
Sunday, May 19, 2019
What if Google tried to rename your neighborhood? That happened to some Californians in spring 2018, when Google Maps changed the moniker of three San Francisco neighborhoods – Rincon Hill, South Beach and South Market – to “East Cut.” Given the extensive reach that Google has in the transmission of geographic data, through Google
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
DURHAM CHAMBER • May 21, 7:30 to 10 a.m. – Small Business Branding and Breakfast, The Umstead Hotel, 100 Woodland Pond Drive, Cary. Register at durhamchamber.com. CCW LUNCHEON Central Carolina Women in Business Luncheon is May 21, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Chapel Hill Country Club, 103 Lancaster Drive. Register at chapelhillcarrborochamber.com.
Capitol Hill hearing takes up future of payday loan regulation
Thursday, May 9, 2019
At an April 30 Capitol Hill hearing, the multidimensional problems wrought by small-dollar, high-cost loans were brought to the attention of lawmakers serving on the powerful House Financial Services Committee. A witness panel representing bankers, consumers, clergy, and public policy organizations taught, recounted, reasoned and preached to lawmakers on
Black-owned line of ready-to-bake frozen cookie dough
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Megan Mottley, a mother, baker and entrepreneur from Memphis, Tennessee, recently debuted her line of Goodness Gracious Luxe Cookies frozen cookie dough. The ready-to-bake cookie dough has no preservatives, and has the same taste as her delectable homemade, freshly-baked cookies. Mottley has loved baking ever since she was a teenager. So when her daughter

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Big business and renaming a neighborhood

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Martin Street prepares to celebrate 150 years

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New candidate challenges Tillis’ seat

RALEIGH – State Senator Erica D. Smith and her supporters served notice to U.S. Sen. Thom