Business and Careers

Char’s Hamburgers has given young people a chance

    Char’s Hamburgers has given young people a chance

Just as Speaks gave him an opportunity in 1983, as owner George has continued to give young people in the community a chance to make an honest dollar.

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Creating her own lane

    Creating her own lane

While continuing to build on the foundation laid by her parents Charles and Virginia, Ashley Hardesty is looking to make a name for herself in the Twin City as well.

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Proposed Winston-Salem bank begins organization process

    Proposed Winston-Salem bank begins organization process

Name and CEO announced Former University of Wake Forest basketball player Simpson “Skip” O. Brown Jr. has resigned as assistant athletic director for Student Athlete Development and Operations Finance at

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She started at the bottom, now she’s at the top

    She started at the bottom, now she’s at the top

By Busta Brown She was raised in a low-income neighborhood, watched men beat her mother while she hid, and was a single mother with four children. Antonina L. Griffin’s testimony

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Famous Toastery getting second Winston-Salem location

  Famous Toastery getting second Winston-Salem location

Famous Toastery is getting a new, second location in Winston-Salem near Hanes Mall Boulevard. Famous Toastery, known locally for its

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Aspiring authors receive advice

  Aspiring authors receive advice

For the second year in a row, the Carver School Road Library has played host to the Indie Author Workshop.

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Winston-Salem mixer to promote business opportunities

  Winston-Salem mixer to promote business opportunities

The Winston-Salem Mixer will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Winston Room at the Benton Convention Center, 301 W. Fifth St., Winston-Salem.

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He’s making a name in the cheesecake world

  He’s making a name in the cheesecake world

When Darryl “DJ” Myers Jr. set out to start his own gourmet cheesecake business, his plan was to start out

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Mütter Evans blazes broadcast trail

  Mütter Evans blazes broadcast trail

It was 1979 when Mütter D. Evans made history when she became the second African American woman to purchase a radio station.

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Keeping it fresh in Winston-Salem

  Keeping it fresh in Winston-Salem

The Business of the Month for March 2018 is The Village Produce and Country Store.

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