Posted by David Ranii on April 18, 2014
Wells Fargo, which has more branches in the Triangle than any other bank, is putting the finishing touches on a revamp of the way it works with businesses and small business owners.
Within the next 30 days, the banking giant expects to have completed the conversion of about 30 of its personal bankers in the Triangle into “business advocates” who can provide one-stop shopping for small business owners.
“In talking with our small business owners, they didn’t like talking to two people – one to handle their business needs and one to handle their personal needs,” said Greg Winkler, regional business banking manager for the eastern half of North Carolina.
Posted by John Murawski on April 17, 2014
Raleigh ranks 15th nationwide per capita for solar energy projects. The state capital has twice as much solar power than Charlotte.
Posted by David Bracken on April 17, 2014
A food service equipment manufacturer plans to open a new facility in Alamance County and create 100 jobs over the next three years.
Posted by David Ranii on April 16, 2014
Bank of America has upped its game in the small business arena. Over the past two years the Charlotte-based bank, the nation's second-largest bank by assets, has added 25 small business bankers across North Carolina - including seven in the Triangle - who are intent on working with small business owners at their workplace.
Posted by Colin Campbell on April 16, 2014
The Raleigh City Council on Tuesday approved an agreement with AT&T that allows the company to begin rolling out ultra-high-speed Internet service in Raleigh and other North Carolina communities.