Richard Topping, the controversial chief executive of Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Solutions, has been removed from his duties by the Cardinal board of directors, effective Dec. 1.Trey Sutton, interim chief financial officer of Cardinal, has been appointed to take Topping’s place on Dec. 2, also on an interim basis.
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.’s third-party tobacco contracts will face a tobacco-supplier review in 2018 by new parent company British American Tobacco Plc.The review was disclosed last week in the company’s 2017 Sustainable Agriculture and Farmer Livelihoods focus report.It is the first public comment by BAT on Reynolds’ tobacco-farm contracts since the company completed in July spending $54.5 billion to buy the remaining 57.8 percent of Reynolds American Inc. it did not already own.BAT...
The number of equity rich and seriously underwater residential households in the Winston-Salem area continued to move in positive directions in the third quarter, according to a national real-estate research firm.Attom Data Solutions said in a report that the five-county region of Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Stokes and Yadkin counties had 23,267 residential units considered as equity rich and 13,910 listed as seriously underwater.Attom defines equity rich as a mortgage with a loan-to-home...
NC has surpassed the 2 million threshold on enrollees for Medicaid services, state health officials said. Enrollment was at 2.01M as of Oct. 1, up 18,553 since June 30 and up 65,000 from a year ago, DHHS officials told legislators.
There is new top-selling U.S. electronic cigarette with Juul surpassing Vuse during latest 12-week measuring period that ended Nov. 4. Vuse, made by R.J. Reynolds Vapor Co., dropped from 28.9 percent to 27.4 percent during the measuring period.
Richard Topping, controversial CEO of Cardinal Innovations, has been removed by board of directors, effective Dec. 1. Board also voted Friday to remove Bryan Thompson, only representative of former CenterPoint of W-S, which Cardinal took over in June 2016. https://t.co/LvJi62w1db
Teall Investments LLC, a private-equity firm chaired by local entrepreneur Ben Sutton Jr., has made a larger investment in Winston-Salem energy-drink company Sunshine Beverages.
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