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Set the day after Black Friday, this year’s Small Business Saturday on Nov. 29 will, like always, feature locally owned shops, vendors and restaurants offering special incentives to draw customers.
Amy Stein, owner of x9 Real Time Events in Mooresville, will help two foundations host 16 breast cancer patients at the NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 Miles of Courage race on Friday.
A Charlotte couple opens a gluten-free cafe, the 7th Street Public Market reaches full capacity, and two local companies make the list of finalists in a small-business contest involving Martha Stewart.
A Charlotte mother’s search for stylish rain boots for her sons led her and her husband to launch an online business selling fashionable and trendy children’s rainwear.
See a roundup of Charlotte-area business happenings involving Bespoke Sports & Entertainment, Fifi's of Lake Norman and Fort Mill’s Cupcrazed Cakery.
Owners of a 30-year-old innovation design and brand consulting company decided to branch out and make its own product to sell as part of its move to beef up its electronics area of business.
Christian Ofori-Boateng and Steven Amani, co-founders of Charlotte’s ChristianSteven software company, help provide basketball and soccer equipment for kids at the Simmons YMCA.
Mike Feldman, CEO of T1Visions in Charlotte, shares his keys to making his touchscreen technology company successful and one of the top 500 fastest growing U.S. private companies.
The UPS Store at 401 Hawthorne Lane in Charlotte is the franchise's first store in North Carolina to offer 3-D printing to customers.
The more-than-100-year-old Sylvia Theater in downtown York reached out for community support as it returns to its movie theater roots with 21st-century technology.