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Australia's Telstra has blamed the emergence of the NBN, a government-backed wholesale network, for a sharp fall in profits in its most recent fiscal year, emphasizing the need for hefty cutbacks ...
Apple gives a unique tour inside its $2 billion Arizona Data & Global Command Center in Mesa - Phoenix Business JournalThe Business Journals4 days ago
Apple's global data center is unique in that it's the hub for all other data centers.
- The Business Journals6 days ago
The $992.6 million bond referendum would fund the first phase of a six-year plan.
- The Business Journals5 days ago
Durham County approved incentives worth nearly $450,000 combined Monday, including a package solidifying gene therapy firm AveXis’ 200-job expansion in the Triangle.
Restaurateur Thom Pham charged with 38 counts of falsifying tax returns at Than Do restaurant in St. Louis Park - Minneapolis / St. Paul Business JournalThe Business Journals4 days ago
The state of Minnesota is accusing restaurateur Thom Pham of underpaying sales taxes by $118,000.
Racine reviewing plan to service Mount Pleasant with water, buses, police for Foxconn and others - Milwaukee - Milwaukee Business JournalThe Business Journals2 days ago
New water pipes for Foxconn Technology Group and other manufacturers, lower water hook-up fees and more money for bus service are all components of a proposed agreement between Mount Pleasant and the city of Racine.
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Internal Revenue Service delivers ultimatum to prominent Apex restaurant - Triangle Business JournalThe Business Journals4 days ago
Via lawsuit, the Internal Revenue Service is asking for a popular downtown Apex restaurant to pay up or shut down.
- The Business Journals3 days ago
With baseball season in full swing, Elon Musk has turned his attention to alleviating traffic around Dodger Stadium.
Ohio governor candidates tout economic development strategies at Dayton-area event - Columbus - Columbus Business FirstThe Business Journals3 days ago
The candidates for Ohio governor were in the Dayton region Thursday to tout their plans to grow the economy and address workforce development issues that have been plaguing businesses across the state.