At Bank of America's annual shareholder meeting Wednesday, CEO Brian Moynihan stood firm on his company's decision to stop lending to some gun makers in the aftermath of the Parkland, Fla., school shooting.
The city of Charlotte has hired Lincoln Harris executive Tracy Dodson to lead its economic development efforts. One of Dodson's first tasks will be overseeing the redevelopment of the Eastland Mall site.
Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Monday sued former CEO Richard Topping for $1.7 million in severance pay. Meanwhile a former federal prosecutor claimed Topping stole Cardinal's intellectual property before leaving last fall.
Charlotte North Carolina is part of March For Our Lives, a worldwide planned demonstration on March 24. Locals rally uptown to protest for better gun control and safer schools after a spate of recent mass shootings.
Lost and found ads for pets are typically brimming with all the lovable qualities of a missing cat or dog, but Mary Irwin of Charlotte decided to go the honest route on Nextdoor.com. Her posting was more of a warning to neighbors in Ballantyne: Beware, her missing cat, Babou, is “kind of a jerk.”
Fifty years ago, Paul Neal of Rock Hill crossed the country on his bike. On the 50th anniversary of the start of that trip, the 68-year-old Neal will set off again, making good on a promise he made a lifetime ago.
Charlotte police are asking for the public's help in searching for a missing man who was last seen in southwest Charlotte Saturday night. The case has been moved from the missing persons unit to the homicide squad.
Law enforcement officials made dozens of arrests across the Charlotte area early Thursday morning as part of a gang take-down operation that spanned the East Coast. In all, 83 purported United Blood Nation members are accused of illegal activity as far away as New York.