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Conduent Business Services , a global firm with 95,000 employees spread across 60 countries, is looking to hire 300 people in the Triangle. The jobs are full time and offer salaries as high as $250,000, the company says.
A technology company will pay $3.5 million and change how it sells laptop computers as part of a settlement reached with federal officials and 32 states. The agreement with Lenovo announced Tuesday settles allegations that the firm, based in Morrisville, North Carolina, sold devices with preloaded software that made users' sensitive personal information vulnerable to hackers.
The Republican-majority legislature was ordered to redraw the maps after a panel of federal judges dismissed the new districts as illegal gerrymanders. North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper speaks at a news conference in Morrisville, N.C. on May 9, 2017.
Authorities said the Morrisville Fire Department and a hazmat team were called to a building in the 5100 block of Sterling Green Drive and the building was evacuated as a precaution.
Construction begins for a state-of-the-art tech center and training facility, additional manufacturing capabilities, and increased office space. Breaking ground at 211 Kitty Hawk Drive : Jan Kuehne , Ed Yerha , Herb Bass , Bernd Schellenbauer , Milton Guerry , Jim Bell .
The two phases of the project will add some 19,000 square feet of manufacturing space and 22,000 square feet of tech center, training and office space by the end of 2018, expanding what is already the company's largest facility outside of Germany. Breaking ground at Schunk's U.S. headquarters.
Bo Shomaker, SCHUNK "I'm extremely excited about working for a brand that is well recognized and respected for their high quality engineering and innovations. That is what the future of manufacturing is all about.
Two local athletes are Special Olympics Global Messengers after completing a training program at Special Olympics North Carolina headquarters in Morrisville. Wilmington's Mark Allen and Leland's Ian Lerch are two of 10 Special Olympics athletes who participated in the program Aug. 18-19.
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