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Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that InterFlex Acquisition Company, LLC will be expanding its operations in Wilkes County.
Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that InterFlex Acquisition Company, LLC will be expanding its operations in Wilkes County.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that all of the state's 100 counties saw increases in visitor spending in 2012.
Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that all of the state's 100 counties saw increases in visitor spending in 2012.
 
Governor Pat McCrory is proclaiming May 4-12, 2013, as Tourism Week in North Carolina, joining destinations across the state to celebrate travel and tourism as a record-breaking industry that is vital to the economic stability and growth of the state.
Governor Pat McCrory is proclaiming May 4-12, 2013, as Tourism Week in North Carolina, joining destinations across the state to celebrate travel and tourism as a record-breaking industry that is vital to the economic stability and growth of the state.
 
Politicians LOVE to talk about -- and pat themselves on the back about -- job creation and economic development. Though, most rational people know the only sources for job creation are private businesses.
Politicians LOVE to talk about -- and pat themselves on the back about -- job creation and economic development. Though, most rational people know the only sources for job creation are private businesses.
 
I couldn't believe it when I read that the amount of money that tourists (or is it simply "visitors?) spend in North Carolina in general and Beaufort County in particular is determined through a mathematical model: A proprietary model that the developers refuse to share with anyone.
I couldn't believe it when I read that the amount of money that tourists (or is it simply "visitors?) spend in North Carolina in general and Beaufort County in particular is determined through a mathematical model: A proprietary model that the developers refuse to share with anyone.
 
Beaufort County, long downgraded to a Tier I county, will be upgraded to a Tier II, but do not celebrate just yet.
Beaufort County, long downgraded to a Tier I county, will be upgraded to a Tier II, but do not celebrate just yet.
 
Gubernatorial candidates Pat McCrory and Walter Dalton addressed the role of economic incentives in attracting new jobs to North Carolina during their first debate Wednesday night.
Gubernatorial candidates Pat McCrory and Walter Dalton addressed the role of economic incentives in attracting new jobs to North Carolina during their first debate Wednesday night.
 
North Carolina's entire "economic development policy" should be replaced with "economic growth policy."
North Carolina's entire "economic development policy" should be replaced with "economic growth policy."
 
When the history of America, North Carolina and Beaufort County in the early 21st century is written one of the major issue that will be recalled will be government intervention in private enterprise.
When the history of America, North Carolina and Beaufort County in the early 21st century is written one of the major issue that will be recalled will be government intervention in private enterprise.
 
If you believe Governor Bev. Perdue and her Department of Commerce, in the depths of the worst recession in our lifetimes, the amount of travel and spending on travel and tourism in North Carolina has reach record heights. If you believe that we have a bridge we'd like to talk to you about.
If you believe Governor Bev. Perdue and her Department of Commerce, in the depths of the worst recession in our lifetimes, the amount of travel and spending on travel and tourism in North Carolina has reach record heights. If you believe that we have a bridge we'd like to talk to you about.
 
Still puzzled about how North Carolina can rank so highly on some national measures of business climate, and still have among the worst-performing economies in the country?
Still puzzled about how North Carolina can rank so highly on some national measures of business climate, and still have among the worst-performing economies in the country?
 
Documents obtained by Carolina Journal show that a plan recently scrapped by the North Carolina Department of Commerce included a provision to pay Cary-based software developer SAS $1.5 million in federal funds meant to assist low- and moderate-income families.
Documents obtained by Carolina Journal show that a plan recently scrapped by the North Carolina Department of Commerce included a provision to pay Cary-based software developer SAS $1.5 million in federal funds meant to assist low- and moderate-income families.
 
North Carolina's unemployment rate dropped 0.2 percentage points in March to a seasonally adjusted rate of 9.7 percent as the number of unemployed fell and the number of people with jobs rose.
North Carolina's unemployment rate dropped 0.2 percentage points in March to a seasonally adjusted rate of 9.7 percent as the number of unemployed fell and the number of people with jobs rose.
 
Two government-funded surveys of "green jobs" released in March show vastly different estimates for the number of green jobs in North Carolina, even though both studies were funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Two government-funded surveys of "green jobs" released in March show vastly different estimates for the number of green jobs in North Carolina, even though both studies were funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.
 
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