The Association for Computing Machinery, the venerable computing society that represents industry professionals across the world, picks two California scientists as winners of this year’s Turing Award, often called the Nobel Prize of computing.
Veteran Triangle exec, NCSU graduate takes over as IBM's senior state exec for NC10 hours ago
Tim Humphrey, a veteran executive with deep ties to the Triangle who also is an inventor and an NC State graduate, is IBM’s new Senior State Executive for North Carolina.
NCSU: Only 31% of companies have risk management process in place despite growing threats1 hour ago
Most senior finance leaders agree that the volume and complexity of corporate risks are increasing, yet less than a third, 31%, report their organizations have complete enterprise risk management processes in place.
NC IDEA picks 25 startup semifinalists for $50,000 grants11 hours ago
Economic development foundation NC IDEA has picked 25 startups ranging from the coast to the mountains as semifinalists for its latest round of seed grants worth $50,000.
New Tesla pay plan could make Elon Musk world's wealthiest person2 hours ago
If Elon Musk can turn Tesla into a $650 billion company over the next decade, he could become one of the richest men in the world. By far.
NC ranks 2nd in solar power as industry keeps growing (+ NC statistics)9 hours ago
North Carolina is second in solar power generation across the US, according to a new report. Plus: Take a look at the state’s solar statistics.
Facebook’s latest privacy scandal has some people reconsidering their relationship status with the social network. But breaking up is hard to do.
The New Ventures Accelerator, based in Flywheel in Winston-Salem, is looking for candidates to participate in its 2018 Startup Accelerator.
A top developer in Charlotte says there is no way the Triangle will land the mammoth Amazon HQ2 project, and a new study on how states rank for innovation -something Amazon is looking for – doesn’t make North Carolina look good.
Read the latest about Epic Games and Fortnite, ChannelAdvisor, GlaxoSmithKline, VTV Therapeutics, Lenovo, and Xerium Technologies.
Can a hackathon help create a better future for Charlotte? Organizers of hackathonCLT aim to find out.
Judge Richard Leon has delayed opening statements in the Justice Department’s lawsuit blocking AT&T’s purchase of Time Warner due to possible inclement weather.
IBM Chair and CEO Ginni Rometty declared a new law such as Moore’s Law for tech at a conference in Las Vegas on Tuesday: “Watson’s Law.”
Google says it is committing $300 million over the next three years to help “strengthen quality journalism.”
Cheil North America, the corporate parent of Durham-based marketing agency McKinney, is expanding its CYLNDR content marketing arm, including a new office in Durham.
The Federal Trade Commission has opened an investigation into whether Facebook violated an agreement with the agency on data privacy as calls mount for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify.
Disruptive Enterprises, a startup focusing on consumer products designed to improve health and wellness, has secured outside funding from investor One Better Ventures.