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Vote delayed on SC Carolina Panthers HQ, practice fields bid

The South Carolina Senate has delayed a key vote on whether to give the Carolina Panthers tax breaks and incentives to move their practice fields out of North Carolina.

NC recruiters won’t disclose full offers to Amazon, Apple

North Carolina taxpayers may never learn how much in tax breaks, free land and other giveaways business recruiters were willing to throw at tech giants Apple and Amazon to attract thousands of jobs to the Raleigh area.

Commission approves tax incentive plan for National Gypsum

After a lengthy debate for weeks, New Hanover County Commissioners are behind bringing National Gypsum back to Wilmington and providing hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax incentives.
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Credit Suisse gets $40m in tax breaks, adds 1,200 jobs in NC

Swiss bank Credit Suisse is adding 1,200 jobs at its North Carolina technology hub as it reorganizes operations and cuts jobs elsewhere.

Gov. Roy Cooper’s budget to bring back film incentives

Governor Roy Cooper wants to revive a tax credit for film and tv productions.

Trump warns of costs for outsourcing jobs

President-elect Donald Trump is warning that companies are not going to leave the United States anymore "without consequences. It's not going to happen." He says that companies leaving will be "taxed very heavily" at the U.S. border.

Green building gaining traction in the Cape Fear

When you think green you might think money, you might think the environment but saving money and the environment could be going hand-in-hand in the Cape Fear region.

North Carolina lawmakers back economic incentives agreement

A package of economic incentives sought a year ago from Gov. Pat McCrory's administration is just one General Assembly vote away from his desk.

Bonds, primaries, Medicaid addressed before adjournment

North Carolina lawmakers look to be on a glide path to adjourn this year's extended session by Sept. 30 since three months of intense negotiations have ended with a final budget law signed by Gov. Pat McCrory.

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