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Fayetteville defense contractor sentenced to five years for defrauding the government

North Carolina defense contractor Philip A. Mearing was sentenced by a federal judge to five years in prison for defrauding the federal government of more than $15 million. Mearing, 48, send fraudulent payments from his company, Global Services Corp., to two straw companies run by co-conspirator Kenneth Bricker.

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BofA sues federal government for $199.8M

Bank of America Corp. has sued the U.S. government for $199.8 million, the amount the bank says it is owed on interest paid to the Internal Revenue Service. Charlotte-based BofA contends in its suit that the IRS erred on how it calculated interest on federal income tax overpayments and underpayments. The complaint covers remittances made […]

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New Wake County program aims to prevent government roadblocks, launch innovation

A new project is aiming to change how the Wake County government operates.

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State government site, no taxpayer money make up Raleigh's MLS stadium plan

At a morning press conference at the Raleigh City Market, Steve Malik, owner of the North Carolina FC and spearhead of the MLS bid, unveiled renderings and a preferred site for a new multi-purpose entertainment stadium complex in downtown Raleigh. The facility is proposed for the grounds of the North Carolina state government complex, adjacent […]

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