Black women entrepreneurs gather to address disparities, dispel myths and offer solutions

A recent article sparked talks of Black women's entrepreneurial experiences in Charlotte. The result was Monday's State of Black Women Entrepreneurs in CLT town hall.
By Olivia Richard | June 25, 2019

CIAA in talks with 3 cities to host popular basketball tournament

The tournament will remain in Charlotte through 2020, but after that...who knows?
By Glenn Burkins | December 8, 2018

CIAA gets down to business with Career Expo

Current students and recent graduates can connect with employers including Bank of America, Coca-Cola, FBI, Food Lion, Novant Health, Verizon, and WBTV. Bring your résumé.
By Tyran Williams | N.C. A&T | February 28, 2018

Camp North End: 4 reasons why you should take note

Developers announce new tenants and officially open the Boileryard for summertime fun.
By Michaela Duckett | July 19, 2017

Women Entrepreneurs: 5 steps to achieving more work-life balance

Starting and running a business is a massive undertaking. Entrepreneurial-minded women should set parameters to keep their work and personal lives in harmony.
By Martha Cooper-Hudson | April 11, 2017

Connect with career and networking opportunities during CIAA week

CIAA tournament week is the perfect time to make connections with prospective employers and business professionals.
By Jasmine Kerr, Special Correspondent | February 23, 2017

This Week in Charlotte (January 9-13)

A look at what's happening around the Qcity in the week ahead.
By Michaela Duckett | January 9, 2017

This week in Charlotte (Nov. 21-25)

Happening this week: Business Klub hosts a networking event for small business owners. Mary J. Blige is coming to town. Anthony Hamilton to serve as parade grand marshal and more.
By Michaela Duckett | November 21, 2016

5 Events to Start Your Week (Aug. 15-19)

This week: On Q is making things a little Mo Betta with his monthly series at The Tavern. Make new connections at the Black Chamber's networking event. Take an Art Break and more.
By Michaela Duckett | August 15, 2016

The rise and fall of RushmoreDrive

In a Qcitymetro exclusive, Johnny Taylor talks about walking away from the Internet company he helped create.

By Glenn Burkins | July 20, 2009