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President Joe Biden on Tuesday will travel to Durham as part of his Investing in America tour. One of the […]
The visit will be part of the president's Invest in America tour. WRAL's Debra Morgan spoke with Wolfspeed's CEO about what the visit means for the future of the company and others like it.
In Singapore, researchers are developing AI on a whole new level. It can read minds.
Twitter says this policy will go into effect starting on April Fool's Day. But owner Elon Musk in particular has been known for April 1 trolling, including in 2018 when he falsely tweeted that his electric vehicle company Tesla had gone bankrupt.
Federal regulators could announce a sale of Silicon Valley Bank as soon as this weekend, according to a report at Barron's Advisor.
One of the biggest unknowns since the Federal Reserve started its historic rate-hiking campaign has been how many jobs could be lost from the central bank's deliberate effort to slow down the US economy. That was before the banking crisis erupted two weeks ago, Now what?
Despite increasing interest rates and growing concerns about the nation's banking industry North Carolina's jobs report for February delivered a does of "upbeat news," says N.C. State economist Dr. Mike Walden.
Cary-based Epic Games returned this week to the big Game Developers Conference - perhaps the most important event in the gaming industry - and unveiled a host of updates for its Unreal game engine as well as Fortnite - from improved realism to monetization opportunities. Here's the latest as provided by Epic in a blog post.
President Joe Biden on Tuesday will travel to Durham as part of his Investing in America tour.
Many people aren’t even sure what the term “woke” means. So it begs the question of each of us: “Am I woke or anti-woke? Where do I stand on wokeness, and why?”
Scandal-embattled Japanese electronics and technology manufacturer Toshiba has accepted a $15 billion tender offer from Japan Industrial Partners, a buyout fund made up of major banks and companies.
It was fascinating to be at arguably the largest tech-forward conference, as the biggest tech-focused bank failed. Was it talked about? Of course. Did it put a damper on the enthusiasm and optimism for the future? Absolutely not. It was refreshing to be at an event laser focused on what technology and innovation can do to benefit society, rather than just make money.
Just a week after touting its improving financial performance, Deutsche Bank on Friday is under siege. It's the second big European bank with a large presence in the Triangle to face stress, joining Credit Suisse, as world banks struggle with growing concerns about risk since Silicon Valley Bank failed two weeks ago.
CEO Chan Namgong says the new name encompasses the exciting future ahead. “Our goal is to extend our services to cats and horses in the next few years,” Namgong said. “And, although we are focused on the veterinary space right now, we do believe that there is the potential for our technology to be applied in humans.”
U.S. job seekers who are curious about working in tech can explore a new career in technology and enter to win free training in the fundamentals of information technology in the New to Tech Sweepstakes presented by CompTIA, the nonprofit trade association and leading IT certification provider for the industry and its workforce.
When it comes to salary and wage negotiations, research suggests that women are more reluctant to ask and less effective when they do. Here are five tips on how to negotiate more effectively.
The United States Drug Enforcement Agency last year used an AirTag to track illegal drug making paraphernalia sent from China to a narcotics manufacturer in the U.S., according to information from a search warrant.
Accenture, which has 738,000 employees globally, said in its latest quarterly report to the Securities and Exchange Commission that it continues to hire, but had "initiated actions to streamline [its] operations and transform our non-billable corporate functions to reduce costs."
A fintech startup in Charlotte has landed $5 million in equity funding from four investors, according to a new SEC filing.
Apple is tracking the attendance of its employees at offices using badge records in order to ensure they are coming in at least three times a week, according to Platformer's Zoë Schiffer.
TG Therapeutics, which has an office in the Triangle for years, reportedly is moving company headquarters to North Carolina from New York.
Researchers at North Carolina State University have demonstrated a caterpillar-like soft robot that can move forward, backward and dip under narrow spaces. This could be a significant advance for nano-scale robotics.
New rules from the US government could soon let Americans more easily cancel free trials and subscriptions they no longer want, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
US lawmakers are set to grill TikTok's chief executive on Thursday, in a wide-ranging hearing that could not come at a more consequential moment for the embattled social media platform.