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Thousands of locals from around the Raleigh – Durham area visit 919 Blog daily for the best business & technology updates, analysis and in-depth coverage. Our website has quickly become the definitive online community hub for The Triangle area and the #1 local favorite business resource to get up-to-date community information when it comes to everything to do with NC biz, tech, and science, including the best trending stories. We also feature breaking news from around the state. The posts below are updated hourly.
The tax man is getting more high tech in Wake County with Jim Goodnight, the richest man in North Carolina, providing a lending hand directly through his own efforts and that of his software giant SAS.
Venture capitalists are pouring money into cybersecurity firms and cyber spending may outpace IT by 2023, says a trio of new reports.
Aerie Pharmaceuticals continues expansion in Durham as it sees positive study results for its led drug.
Raleigh-based digital health company SharkDreams lands $1M in new equity for device and app.
Helen Tibbo is a professor at the UNC-Chapel Hill and an internationally known scholar who studies archival workflows, records management and digital preservation.
Novo Nordisk, which operates a huge and growing manufacturing facility in Johnston County, is expanding its capabilities for treatment of diabetes with the acquisition of a U.K. startup and much of its technology in a deal that could be worth as much as $800 million.
Our latest exclusive events wrapup summarizes the must-attend happenings in the Triangle through August, including a handful of industry-specific meetups, informative workshops, interesting discussion events, and more.
Here's our latest wrapup of upcoming conferences, contests, workshops, application deadlines and socials happening across North Carolina the rest of this month. It's busy!
Several new technology and life science events are being announced around North Carolina. Plenty of events are on tap for September, and we suggest you pencil them into your calendar.
The Charlotte BBB is hosting a symposium on August 28 to educate local businesses and nonprofits on the latest cybersecurity threats. Here's a preview.
Scores of organizations hold regular meetups across the Triangle. Here is the latest list as compiled by Derrick Minor for the City of Raleigh.
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News Digital assistants struggle with all but most basic conversations artificial intelligenceGoogle HomeAmazon Echoamazon alexaApple homepod An Amazon Echo on a kitchen counter, in San Francisco, Nov. 13, 2017. Researchers can now send secret audio instructions undetectable to the human ear to Appl...
Never have this many people be working in North Carolina. And the job environment is going to continue improving, according to an NCSU economist
Facebook has made a mint by enabling advertisers to identify and reach the very people most likely to react to their messages. Ad buyers can select audiences based on details like a user's location, political leanings and interests as specific as the Museum of the Confederacy or online gambling. And...
The Monsanto verdict demonstrates that agrochemical businesses need to urgently start reinventing themselves as being in the business of controlling weeds, and not just agrochemical supplies.
The condom, the pill and now, the smartphone? Natural Cycles, a mobile fertility app, wins FDA approval. Here are the details plus how the app works and where you can get it.
North Carolina was relatively late to the incentives game, and our state still doesn't play the game as much as most other states. We're also ranked in the middle of our region's states in the relative costs of incentives, and our objectives with incentives are gaining jobs and good wages – things...
When Raleigh native Wes Johnson bought hand-sewn hammocks from two brothers in 2005, he had no idea the $30,000 investment would reach nearly $1 million in sales.
Google has revised an erroneous description on its website of how its "Location History" setting works, clarifying that it continues to track users even if they've disabled the setting.
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