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You may protest the idea that U.S. Airways is a Queen City company. But wait, you might say, that company is based out of Tempe, Arizona—not Charlotte, North Carolina! And that’s certainly true enough. Yet, anyone who has flown U.S., particularly in the Southeast, is likely familiar with Charlotte’s airport, which functions as one of the central hubs of U.S. Airways, along with Phoenix and Philadelphia. For that reason, Charlotte is a crucial city for the major airline...
Finding a new job in today’s economy may be more difficult than it was, say, ten years ago, but it is not at all impossible. In fact, the economy has experienced a bit of growth since the recession and is, for all intents and purposes, in a bit of an upswing. This being said, the task of finding a new job is one that is both a possible challenge and a realistic goal.
Published: 07/22/2011 by Thomas Klein in Business
Charlotte, NC is proud to be the home of Bank of America, one of the largest banks in the US by assets and also one of the country’s most extensive branch networks with over 6,000 locations throughout the U.S. and 300 offices abroad. Bank of America’s ext
There’s an old song you’re probably familiar with: "You can always go downtown." Well, in the Queen City, you really can’t go downtown—or at least, you shouldn’t refer to it that way. Charlotte, North Carolina doesn’t have an official "downtown" area, you see, but rather an Uptown—the very name of which signifies that the area is ever-expanding, constantly improving, and ultimately thriving, making it a perfect central hub and cultural focal point for a city that remains always on the up-and-up.
It is no secret that the economy has been a bit wanting for the last few years. In fact, it has been the center of attention for millions of Americans worried about the precarious job market, which has certainly seen better days. Though the country is still in a bit of a slump, the truth is that some improvements have been made. The Queen City is one of the many that looks forward to a more positive job market and a more productive economy.
Being in a car accident can be disorienting in and of itself; figuring out what to do next can be all the more bewildering. Should you call a personal injury attorney in Charlotte or do you call your insurance company in Charlotte first? Knowing what to do could assure you protect your car, rights and follow the law.
Plenty of folks prepare their tax returns all by themselves. It isn’t always easy, and it’s probably never fun, but it is, nevertheless, something that can be done by the individual. Others, however, enlist the services of a professional accountant or tax preparer, and for all kinds of reasons. Sometimes it is because their tax situation is particularly complex. Other times, they simply don’t have the time to do it on their own. Whatever the reason, anyone looking for a tax preparer to help with
As one of the largest cities in the South, Charlotte, North Carolina, has a lot to offer its residents. Though beautiful weather, a bustling nightlife, and great neighborhoods are certainly on the mind of anyone living (or thinking about living) in the Queen City, the truth is that none of these great features matter without a well-paying job. Charlotte, North Carolina, is known as a financial and banking center in the South, but it also has a great many other job markets that contribute to its
Published: 08/24/2011 by Ron Gaskin in Business
Charlotte, NC is proud to be the home of Bank of America, one of the largest banks in the US by assets and also one of the country’s most extensive branch networks with over 6,000 locations throughout the U.S. and 300 offices abroad. Bank of America’s extensive list of banking services include: consumer and small business banking, corporate banking, credit cards, mortgage lending and asset management.
Published: 08/24/2011 by Hannah Portsman in Neighborhoods
Talk about brilliant planning. Charlotte’s Ballantyne neighborhood was the brainchild of a land developer by the name of Howard Bissell, who launched the neighborhood based entirely on the conjecture that Charlotte’s sprawl would continue to expand deeper and deeper south, eventually encroaching on the South Carolina border. And boy was he right: Charlotte has reached so far south that many non-natives are not even clear on which state it truly belongs to...