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What is an ADR?  Provided by RBC Wealth Management and Dave Dupont The desire for global diversification and a more efficient manner in which to invest has...

Mixed sales bag for local merchants during flotilla and holiday weekend

The culmination of the Thanksgiving holiday, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and the North Carolina Holiday Flotilla brings thousands of additional visitors to Wrightsville...

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When you make gifts, everyone wins  Provided by RBC Wealth Management and Dave Dupont If you want to make financial gifts to family members or charitable organizations,...

Hometown Hires aims to break poverty

Connecting those stuck in chronic unemployment or intergenerational poverty to the employers that can help break that cycle is the mission of Hometown Hires,...

Money Matters

Buyback programs not always great news for shareholders Provided by RBC Wealth Management and Dave Dupont In a stock buyback program, a company buys back shares of...

Vertex announces 1,300 jobs for Wilmington

During a press conference at the old Terex Corporation facility on Raleigh Street Thursday, Nov. 13, Governor Pat McCrory and Vertex Rail Technologies LLC...

Money Matters

As an investment, gold doesn’t always glitter Provided by RBC Wealth Management and Dave Dupont As an investment, is gold always a dazzling success story? Many people apparently...

SurfSet rides into town

For those accustomed to surfing on the East Coast, it is a given that long spells without waves are the norm and staying in...

Money Matters

Love and marriage and finances Provided by RBC Wealth Management and Dave Dupont The cost of a wedding increases annually as couples focus on creating a unique,...

Uber cruises into Wilmington region

By Cullen Lea Intern Uber has been making waves in Wilmington, especially with the tech-savvy crowd, as the fifth city in the state to launch the...

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