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Loving the New IGTV Launch

Today Instagram launched their new app, IGTV, and it’s going to be a game changer. No more swiping up to a link to watch a longer form of your food video (or whatever it is you choose to blog about). 157 more words


Economists weigh in on how North Carolina will build on the boom

Economists predict another year of solid and steady growth in North Carolina, driven by high consumer confidence across the nation and the lowest average unemployment rate in 20 years. 31 more words


​CBJ Morning Buzz: New restaurant for South End; Publix slips from top of grocery-store ranking

In local news: It appears that Charlotte’s South End will soon have another dining option. Hawkers Asian Street Fare has on its website a listing of locations, including one that’s “coming soon” to the neighborhood. 79 more words


January’s cold snap could spell 8.4% rate increase for Duke Energy Progress

Duke Energy Progress’ N.C. customers hit by a 6% rate increase earlier this year could see rates go up an additional 8.4% by Jan. 1, largely because of a significant increase in fuel costs during an unusually cold winter. 77 more words


PHOTOS: This will set South End’s newest brewery apart

Expect a beer-inspired menu and 40 different beers on tap when this South End brewery opens. Brewers at 4001 Yancey Road is working out final operational kinks, but it expects to open its doors within a week. 74 more words


Honorees revealed in CBJ's inaugural Middle Market Leaders program

The Charlotte Business Journal has sought to determine the local, middle-market companies that play a critical role in the region. And through a research project for our inaugural Middle Market Leaders program, we found that nearly 20 firms fit the bill. 65 more words


Movement Mortgage employs first-ever technology challenge

Movement Mortgage likes to think outside the box when it comes to cutting-edge technology. That’s never been more apparent than when the Fort Mill-based company announced its Movement Crowdsource Challenge, a call for techies to develop a mobile operating system for loan officers. 68 more words