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DOT unveils rule to get more small businesses a cut of the $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan

The Department of Transportation has unveiled a new rule that aims to give small businesses a better chance to compete for a piece of the $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg spoke with The Playbook about the plan. THIS ARTICLE IS FOR SUBSCRIBERS ONLY. Continue reading with your...
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RDU hampered by supply chain, labor woes. But money isn't a problem.

Like many businesses, labor and supply chain issues have hindered RDU Airport's ability to advance vital capital projects as the airport sees passenger levels climb closer to pre-pandemic levels. THIS ARTICLE IS FOR SUBSCRIBERS ONLY. Continue reading with your subscription. Access 4 weeks of business news and insights.

Court records Leads - July 15, 2022

Discover if your customers, suppliers or competition are involved in litigation. Uncover any lawsuits or judgments that may put your business at risk, while also using the data to gain a competitive edge. Contact us to have a custom Leads search with full data delivered to your inbox weekly.
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Liens & bankruptcies Leads - July 15, 2022

Learn which local businesses have recently filed for bankruptcy, unpaid income or unpaid payroll taxes. Mechanics' liens are included. Utilize this information to navigate opportunity and avoid risk. Bankruptcies (1 records) Collected from Federal bankruptcy courts, Chapter 7 is liquidation of all assets; Chapter 11 provides protection from creditors while...
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How this Triangle organization guides businesses toward sustainability

A young Triangle nonprofit is working with local businesses to promote a more sustainable economy. Circular Triangle was formed a little over two years ago out of a monthly breakfast group that met to discuss ways to promote sustainability in the business community. The group members felt so strongly about their mission that they turned it into a nonprofit with the goal of completing projects and generating interest in a more circular economy, said Kristin Schilling, a member of Circular Triangle.