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Jim Goodnight, cofounder and CEO of software giant SAS, is by far and away the richest man in North Carolina, according to new data from Forbes. His fortune is growing. That of Epic Games billionaire owner Tim Sweeney is declining. But ... the Forbes data should not be considered scientific
Business North Carolina is out with its "Power List" for 2023, including 25 executives named for information technology representing software, gaming, communications and more. On this list: the state's too richest individuals - Jim Goodnight of SAS and Tim Sweeney of Epic Games. Here's the list.
Jim Goodnight not only is improving his personal fortune for the third consecutive year in 2023, the Cary resident and owner of global software firm SAS is again the richest person in North Carolina. Falling to second place is Tim Sweeney, the billionaire owner of Epic Games.
Jim Goodnight of SAS and Tim Sweeney of Epic Games keep creating headlines about just how rich they are - and which of the two Cary billionaires is the richest person in North Carolina. Right now it's Sweeney - but not by much.
Dr. Jim Goodnight delivered remarks at the kickoff event for a day of programming focused on manufacturing, discussing the future of the sector.
Jim Goodnight is getting much wealthier, but so is Tim Sweeney, founder and CEO of Epic Games whose fortune is surging closer to that of the SAS co-founder and CEO.
SAS employees may finally get a chance to share - beyond salary and benefits - in the bounty of the $3 billion-a-year software firm that calls Cary home for thousands of workers. Will stock options be made available?
SAS, which has been a privately held company since its launch in 1976, is making moves to go public with a stock offering in 2024. How much of the company might be sold, however, was not specified.
Just because SAS owner and Chief Executive Officer Jim Goodnight told employees that the global software firm isn’t for sale doesn’t mean he won’t pursue other options to make some kind of deal to boost his fortune and that of fellow cofounder and minority owner John Sall.
SAS is not for sale, says CEO and majority owner Jim Goodnight and talks with Broadcom have broken off, according to a report.
Editor’s note: Rick Smith, cofounder and editor of WRAL TechWire, has been covering the technology company since 1995. TechWire launched […]
Jim Goodnight and John Sall have become billionaires and have built an enduring legacy for success at SAS. That's why I don't believe Broadcom is the best company to acquire the global software firm. Here's my two cents worth.
SAS anticipates growth in 2021, led by partnership with Microsoft Azure Cloud, and potential collaboration with Red Hat.
Revenues have been flat or declined for five consecutive years at software giant SAS, something that would make any public company executive cringe. But SAS is privately held by billionaires Jim Goodnight and John Sall. And the payoff - renewed growth - may be at hand.
North Carolina has a new richest person - Tim Sweeney, CEO and founder of Epic Games. He has surpassed longtime leader Jim Goodnight. So says new figures from Forbes, which tracks the world's richest people.
Jim Goodnight, cofounder and CEO of global software firm SAS, remains the richest person in North Carolina and has expanded his lead over Tim Sweeney, the CEO and founder of nearby Epic Games.
Nine months. That's how long it took the world's top 1,000 billionaires to recoup their fortunes after the coronavirus pandemic hit. And a check of other data finds that North Carolina's three billionaries are even richer.
Tim Sweeney, the CEO and founder of Epic Games, appears well on his way to surpassing Jim Goodnight, the cofounder and CEO of SAS, as the richest person in North Carolina.
North Carolina's three billionaires would pay more than $810 million in taxes under a proposed law from US Senator Bernie Sanders that would hit some of the world's wealthiest people whose fortunes have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic.
US billionaires have become $565 billion richer since March 18, according to a report published Thursday by the Institute for Policy Studies, a progressive think tank,. Among those getting much richer are Jim Goodnight and John Sall, cofounders of Cary-based SAS.
Jim Goodnight, one of the first to develop and then pursue data analytics dating back to his days as a professor at N.C. State, is now the “godfather” of Artificial Intelligence, according to CNBC. And heres the big development he sees coming.
As Red Hat changed its world-famous red fedora logo this week, it's also time for SAS to change some branding - its slogan. Here's why.
Jim Goodnight insists that he's not retiring as CEO of SAS, the software giant he has led the way in creating since his days at NCSU as a professor in 1976.
In response to a study out of Duke University that shows pre-kindergarten helps children succeed at least through eighth grade, a group of North Carolina CEOs has pulled together a series of recommendations to give that advantage to more students.
Debra Morgan, WRAL anchor/reporter