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Category Archives: Business & Corporate

Whose Idea is it Anyway?

Whose Idea is it Anyway?

• By Ashe Lockhart • June 23, 2011 >> Every day across America, the spirit of innovation plays itself out as budding entrepreneurs hand in their resignations (sometimes jubilantly!) from regular employment and a steady paycheck to strike out on their own with grand ideas about the next big thing. Probably most ground-breaking business concepts… Continue Reading

Are we Paperless Yet?

Are we Paperless Yet?

• By Ashe Lockhart • March 10,2011 >> It seems like technology prognosticators used to tell of a future without paper. They promised that all this marvelous computer-driven technology would make paper a relic of the past. Yet, somehow, our precious predilection for paper persists. In fact, it seems paper is more prevalent than ever.… Continue Reading

Unemployment Benefits for Startups and Entrepreneurs

Unemployment Benefits for Startups and Entrepreneurs

• By Ashe Lockhart • March 24, 2009 >> A characteristic of the current, dismal economy is that managers, executives and professionals are joining the ranks of the unemployed in significant – perhaps unprecedented – numbers. This is especially true in Charlotte, where banks, financial companies, law firms and service providers are laying off large… Continue Reading

Startups Wanted

Startups Wanted

• By Ashe Lockhart • February 25, 2009 >> On Thursday, February 26, UNC-Charlotte’s Office of Technology Transfer hosted a workshop titled “Tips on Starting a Company and finding seed funds.” The agenda was to provide entrepreneurs with information on the basic legal and funding options for starting a business. As I prepared for my… Continue Reading

Signed, (SEAL)ed, Delivered

Signed, (SEAL)ed, Delivered

• By Ashe Lockhart • February 17, 2009 >> Have you ever wondered why some contracts have “(SEAL)” printed at the end of a signature line? The use of (SEAL) as required for contracts in North Carolina has been abolished – as it has been in most other states. However, there are two reasons why… Continue Reading

A Glass Act

A Glass Act

• By Ashe Lockhart • September 21, 2008 >> In a story in today’s Charlotte Observer, Rick Rothaker wrote of the day the news broke that the venerable Merrill Lynch would be acquired by Charlotte’s Bank of America: “[a]t a restaurant at the base of the Merrill tower, the takeover news was rippling through lunchtime… Continue Reading

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