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For the past decade, growth rates have defined success for most technology companies. Moore’s Law enabled unprecedented computing power, setting off a sprint in winner-take-all marketplaces with increasing returns to… Read more »

AI Powers ‘Self-Healing’ Technology

Companies are tapping artificial intelligence to automate the care of their operations and information-technology infrastructure, finding that AI can identify and fix problems more quickly than humans. Source: AI Powers… Read more »

Innovation: 5 do’s and don’ts to get people outside the comfort zone

One of the trickiest parts of leading a large team is motivating them to innovate. As the one in the organization most often looked to for innovation, you must push… Read more »

How To Foster Immediate Lasting Success For Female Entrepreneurs And Startups

While the number of female entrepreneurs is growing globally, women continue to face challenges on their startup journey. Source: How To Foster Immediate Lasting Success For Female Entrepreneurs And Startups

Video and Messaging Enable Remote Work. But is it right for your company?

Four-day work week. Open-plan offices. Work-life balance. Remote work. There are endless ways to set up your team and company for success. And there’s evidence for and against all of… Read more »

Five Traditional Industries On The Verge Of An Innovation Boom

What do you think about when you hear the terms “disruption” and “technological innovation?” What industries and sectors come to mind? Source: Five Traditional Industries On The Verge Of An… Read more »

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Building a Startup That Will Last

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Live Oak's new president takes the helm – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Live Oak’s new president takes the helm  Greater Wilmington Business JournalLive Oak Bank now has a new leader. The Wilmington-based financial institution announced Wednesday that Huntley Garriott was appointed president effective… Read more »

Return of UNCW employees postponed; classes expected to resume Oct. 8 – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Return of UNCW employees postponed; classes expected to resume Oct. 8  Greater Wilmington Business JournalOfficials at the University of North Carolina Wilmington had hoped to welcome employees back to work Thursday,… Read more »

October preview: 90 events across NC on event horizon – WRAL Tech Wire

WRAL Tech WireOctober preview: 90 events across NC on event horizonWRAL Tech WirePlenty of technology and life science events and deadlines are on tap for October, and we suggest you… Read more »

Scenes from Hurricane Florence – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Scenes from Hurricane Florence  Greater Wilmington Business JournalImages from the area ahead of and in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, which made landfall in Wilmington as a Category 1 hurricane on… Read more »

MADE: Waking up the sleep market – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

MADE: Waking up the sleep market  Greater Wilmington Business JournalNo. of employees: 55. Year founded: 1962. Top local officials: Jimmy Sloan, co-CEO and chief creative officer and Gordon Wallace, co-CEO and… Read more »

Power outages remain in New Hanover County – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Power outages remain in New Hanover County  Greater Wilmington Business JournalMore than 20,000 Duke Energy customers were still without power Thursday, but some of the area’s businesses and retail centers have… Read more »

Downtown recovery ongoing, flooding still an issue – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Downtown recovery ongoing, flooding still an issue  Greater Wilmington Business JournalDowntown Wilmington is beginning to make strides in its Hurricane Florence recovery efforts, but residents and businesses along the riverfront are… Read more »

Restaurants begin to serve, food trucks mobilize in wake of storm – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Restaurants begin to serve, food trucks mobilize in wake of storm  Greater Wilmington Business JournalAs recovery begins and power is restored, many area restaurants are assessing damage, beginning repairs and opening… Read more »

On the event horizon for October: 80+ events across NC – WRAL Tech Wire

WRAL Tech WireOn the event horizon for October: 80+ events across NCWRAL Tech WirePlenty of technology and life science events and deadlines are on tap for October, and we suggest… Read more »

Employers work to reopen following Hurricane Florence – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Employers work to reopen following Hurricane Florence  Greater Wilmington Business JournalFlooding and damage assessments are keeping some businesses from opening, as the Cape Fear region works to recover from Hurricane Florence…. Read more »

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