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Peramivir will be sold in the United States under the brand name Rapivab. It is the first new flu drug to be approved in 15 years.

Layoffs began a week before Christmas after Beasley Broadcasting took over “Power 98,” WSOC-FM and other Charlotte stations, workers report

A Charlotte man faces federal sex-trafficking charges after being accused of forcing an underage girl to turn tricks in three cities, starting in his hometown.

In August, President Barack Obama pledged to use the powers of his office to discourage the corporate tax – avoidance technique known as inversion, in which U.S. companies claim foreign tax addresses.

The owner of the Colony Apartments in SouthPark on Monday filed a rezoning request to allow a $400million mixed-use redevelopment of the site, which could add more than 1,100 homes, a 300-room hotel and a new grocery store.

Santa Ana, Calif.-based Agility Fuel Systems is creating an East Coast regional headquarters in Rowan County, bringing 149 jobs over the next three years, Gov. Pat McCrory’s office announced Monday.

China-based furniture company Homestar Light Industrial Co. is establishing its North American headquarters in Statesville, establishing 120 jobs.

The News & Observer is evaluating real estate proposals from multiple developers interested in its downtown headquarters and could make a decision early next year about whether to sell.

The city of Charlotte’s arborist is concerned whether a billboard company recently cut down too many trees in order to make a sign more visible near the airport.

North Carolina’s Supreme Court has sided with the state Utilities Commission in a legal challenge of a Duke Energy rate increase.

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