North Carolina taxpayers to pay $15 million or $300,000 per job to keep ACC headquarters in state | North Carolina

(The Center Square) — The Atlantic Coast Conference will take advantage of $15 million in public funds to move its headquarters from Greensboro to Charlotte, an incentive designed to keep…

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Opinion: Companies win when employees are in the office, but threats, orders and mind-numbing work won’t get them back

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In corporate boardrooms around the world, a heated debate is taking place to urge employees to return to the office. After more than two years of pandemic-forced remote work, many…

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Although she’s one of the world’s youngest billionaires with an estimated net worth of $1.2 billion, she practices this thrifty money move “all the time” — and so should you.

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Particularly when it comes to fears of an impending recession, experts say saving is essential, even if you don't have millions. Getty Images At 26, Norwegian heiress Alexandra Andresen is…

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Our take: A look at the post-primary picture painted by Berkshire voters’ decisive choices for district attorney and sheriff | Editorials

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On Tuesday night, two major primary contests came to a decisive conclusion in a way that will impact the future of Berkshire County. In the race for sheriff, an incumbent…

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Lynchburg city manager reflects on his first year on the job and looks forward to future plans | Govt. and politics

A year after taking office as City Manager of Lynchburg, Wynter Benda has achieved the first goal he set for himself when he moved from Norfolk: getting to know the…

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