News releases from Triad Business Journal
The $5 million is a one-time, unrestricted grant and will provide the university with financial support for scholarships, career readiness preparation, entrepreneurship, mentoring, technological...
See which top executives and top financial officers in the Triad are being recognized as part of TBJ's C-Suite Awards.
Meet the 25 Outstanding Women in Business honorees
June 11, 2021
Click through the graphic to learn more about each honoree, including their achievements, passions and hobbies.
Top of the List: Largest Triad Women-Owned Businesses
June 11, 2021
The parent company of Greensboro-based Volvo Trucks North America and Mack Trucks is building a vehicle propulsion lab at its Maryland plant to develop alternative powered trucks.
As our week of celebrating the 2021 Outstanding Women in Business honorees comes to an end, meet the last five honorees.
A survey commissioned by the maker of Lee and Wrangler apparel says a greater number of office workers want to return in casual attire.
Before tuning in to the 2021 Outstanding Women in Business awards ceremony this morning, meet the fourth group of honorees.
With four significant economic development announcements in 2020, Rockingham County's Leigh Cockram named North Carolina Economic Developer of the Year
Randolph Health sale to American Health Systems receives verbal approval from AG Stein
June 08, 2021
Stein's approval of AHS buying Randolph was one of three milestones achieved at a regularly scheduled bankruptcy hearing on June 4 in growing one step closer to closing the deal.
Trump returns to NC
June 04, 2021
Akin spent 11 years at Cone Health and has served as CEO since October 2014. He had announced his intention to resign when Cone's planned merger with Sentara was announced, and he is holding to that...
Cone Health's merger with Sentara falls through
June 02, 2021
WFBH opens performing arts medical clinic
June 02, 2021
The clinic will be located at WFBH's Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine-Stratford location in Winston-Salem.
N.C. A&T will use the investment over two years to fund completion scholarships with an emphasis on supporting eligible students from Washington, D.C.
Thomasville-based Old Dominion will expand its footprint in Delaware, having outgrown its current facility in New Castle. The move is going to be a real Bear.
The health system had an excess of revenue of $387.97 million, nearly double the $204.14 million excess of revenues reported in Q2.
The doctoral program comes as a result of growing statewide need for scholarships and employment in the field.
Dr. Valerie Leschber joined Cone in 2003 as the division chief for LeBauer Primary Care and a practicing physician until 2016. Most recently, she served as the chief medical information officer.
Although not a realistic year-over-year comparison with monthly passenger count with last year, April 2021 data shows a gradual recovery at PTI.
This week in Greensboro business bankruptcies include CRC Investments LLC and Loye Grading & Tree Service Inc.. For the year, Greensboro has recorded 11 business bankruptcy filings.
Healthgrades ranks three Cone hospitals in top 100 for orthopedic surgery, joint replacements
May 26, 2021
Healthgrades evaluates the performance of nearly 4,500 hospitals for 32 of the most common procedures and condition.
HPU president Nido Qubein put together exploratory teams to continue the "transformational growth" at the university.
People under the age of 65 showed a more sustained rate of positive antibody results, meaning that those 65 and older may have increased difficulty maintaining antibodies for a prolonged period of...
Top of the List: Largest Triad Employers
May 21, 2021
HPU acquired property across the street from Qubein Center from Texas-based firm SCI North Carolina Funeral Services LLC, the parent company of Sechrest Funeral Service.