By Eric Frazier Posted: Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013 As Charlotte ended 2012, we were sweating through nearly double-digit unemployment and wondering whether our wobbly post-recession economic recovery would hold up. But as economists, bankers, real estate developers and civic boosters look back over 2013, and peer ahead to 2014, our collective optimism is rising.
Written By CRP USA December 6, 2013 CRP USA and the whole CRP Group are pleased to announce the successful launch of Windform as part of the collaborative KySat-2 project, a 1U CubeSat, by students at the University of Kentucky and Morehead State University, in conjunction with Kentucky Space acting as the mission manager and coordinator.
Weber Screwdriving Systems Inc. will move its headquarters and manufacturing center to Mooresville, bringing 38 jobs. The company, which will spend $2.3 million for the relocation, makes bolt- and screw-driving equipment for automotive, medical and other industries.
By Joe Marusak firstname.lastname@example.org Posted: Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013 MOORESVILLE Bottlenecked N.C. 150 in the Lake Norman area is finally in line for some relief.
By Preston Spencer On Monday, for the first time in its 59-year history, Iredell Health Systems (IHS) will accept patients at a facility that it owns in Mooresville.
November 11, 2013 Statesville Record & Landmark, By John Hamlin: The last five years have been a challenging time for both global and local economies. During that span, the county’s two economic development organizations say they have drawn $1.58 billion of new capital investment to the county, attracted 3,493 new primary jobs and earned the title of top micropolitan by Site Selection magazine four times.