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A manufacturer of electric vehicle chargers that had committed to build its first U.S. facility in Durham will now plan to hire 601 workers in the region.
Nearly 100 new jobs are expected to come to Onslow County as UPS will build a $12.3 million distribution center in the Town of Holly Ridge.
A manufacturer of high-tech RFID products headquartered in France will open its North American headquarters in Western NC.
Initial ticket sales data shows that about half of buyers are from outside of Wake County
Ali Ingersoll, WRAL Data Journalist
As Meta officially is occupying a Durham office space, with plans to add workers, what’s this mean for the region? There are positives – but also challenges.
A Charlotte-based developer will construct a 125,000 square foot business park near the intersection of Interstate 40 and Future Interstate 42 in Clayton.
Companies continue to select North Carolina as the place to build manufacturing facilities along the EV supply chain. But why?
A manufacturer of semiconductors will relocate its headquarters and open a manufacturing plant in the Charlotte region, investing $443 million.
Kempower, a manufacturer of charging stations for electric vehicles, will open a new manufacturing facility in Durham County and plans to hire 300 workers.
A gene therapy company that had planned a $75 million expansion in Durham County is backing out of an economic incentives deal made in 2020.
Eli Lilly will expand in Research Triangle Park, adding additional manufacturing capacity for drug products. They'll invest $450 million and hire 100 workers.
ImpactData will invest more than $130 million to build out a new facility in the Gateway Research Park South Campus in East Greensboro.
Commercial real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle is expanding its industrial team in the Triangle as the sector remains red hot in 2023 after record 2022.
2022 was another record year for economic development in North Carolina, with the state attracting $19.3 billion in investment and thousands of jobs.
The days of North Carolina missing out on big ticket economic development projects may be over, with 2023 poised to see multiple $1 billion deals announced.
An economic development leader shared five reasons why the state will attract huge mega-deals worth more than $1B in 2023 at an event on Wednesday.
Amazon has made some cuts in its operations to save money, but an economic leader in Cumberland County says the company still plans to open its 1.3 million-square-foot fulfillment facility there.
Global CDMO firm Catalent will invest $40 million to build a third facility in North Carolina, in the heart of Research Triangle Park.
Catalent Pharmaceutical Solutions will invest nearly $40 million in Durham, with plans to add more than 200 jobs that pay greater than $91,500 annually.
North Carolina's growing lithium battery and energy sector is going to gain 205 jobs at an average wage of more than $94,000.
North Carolina’s burgeoning food technology sector is growing again as Believer Meats will open its first production facility in Wilson, creating 100 jobs.
Believer Meats, an Israeli producer of lab-grown meat, is expanding to the United States and North Carolina. Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday announced the company's plan to build a production facility to employ 100 people in Wilson. It comes with a promise to invest $123 million and average annual salaries for future employees of $60,087.…
Japanese firm Sumitomo Forestry will open a subsidiary company and hire 129 workers for a housing components manufacturing facility in Randolph County.
The privately-owned building products company Woodgrain, Inc. will create 42 new jobs in Nash County, NC Governor Roy Cooper announced today.