When it comes to business news in Charlotte, there’s a lot of noise out there. The Charlotte Ledger saves you time by cutting through it all to deliver important and interesting local business news to your inbox. Three days a week, we will help you understand the big stories and tell you things you don’t know. And we might even have a little fun.
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In November 2019, the Ledger announced a plan for the future that includes making some content available only to customers who pay a monthly fee, though some content will remain available for free. That plan will not start until late winter/early spring of 2020. You can find more details on the reasons for that in this post.
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A grand experiment
The Charlotte Ledger began in March 2019 as an experiment: How much interest do people in the Charlotte region have in local, independent business news? As with most experiments, it will evolve as we figure out better ways to serve our readers. If you have story tips or ideas or feedback, drop me a line at email@example.com.
Who we are
The Charlotte Ledger is published by Tony Mecia, an award-winning former Charlotte Observer business writer and editor. He lives in Charlotte with his wife and three children.