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Vinfast is the Vietnam-based electric vehicle manufacturer who just broke ground on a huge manufacturing plant in Chatham County. Vinfast expects to hire more than 7-thousand people and invest some 2 billion dollars in the first phase of construction. The stock of the combined company will begin trading within a few days.
Three regional companies operating in the Carolinas will merge to form Affiliated Lighting + Controls, which will now span both Carolinas as it grows.
From infectious disease planning to mental health spending, here's a look at how North Carolina members of Congress voted over the previous week.
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Winston-Salem blockchain startup Fluree PBC completed a merger with a New Jersey company to build "the data infrastructure for the future," its co-founder says.
By Frank Pallotta, CNN Business The tech giant has closed its $8.5 billion deal to acquire MGM, the home of […]
Following the merger of Raleigh-based inMotionNow and Lytho BV, the company will rebrand with a name that alludes to lithography, an 18th-century printing process.
Durham-headquartered ArchiveSocial will merge with Monsido, a company founded in Copenhagen, Denmark, with three other global office locations. The companies also announced that ArchiveSocial's acquisition of Next Request is now final.
Two Moore County startups that provide behavioral marketing services will merge and open a new office in Pinehurst.
Together, the companies said they would build out their physician network with more coverage options and strengthen operational capacity to meet growing customer demands. It will also create a strategic partnership with ApolloMD, one of the nation's leading hospital services companies, RelyMD said in its release.
The merger between BB&T, based in Winston-Salem, and SunTrust, based in Atlanta, is the largest bank merger since the Great Recession.
The new company is expected to have combined sales of $12.7 billion a year.
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission recommended that the agency approve the merger of wireless carriers T-Mobile and Sprint based on what he called the companies' "significant commitments" to expand rural broadband service, build a robust 5G network and sell off Boost Mobile.
Michael J. de la Merced, New York Times
RALEIGH – If anyone is worried that Red Hat will undergo a seismic reshuffle once IBM completes its $34 billion buyout of the open source firm later this year, you can put those fears to rest. One of North Carolina's top IBM executives gave a rare glimpse into ongoing acquisition negotiations, and said Big Blue…