Lauren K. Ohnesorge, SFBJ

Lauren K. Ohnesorge


Raleigh, NC, United States

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Past articles by Lauren:

Life sciences companies dominate M&A, fundraising activity in the Triangle

Life science companies are leading the way when it comes to entrepreneurial financing in the first half of 2016. → Read More

NCSU to house Southeast manufacturing innovation hub

Partners in the effort include the likes of Microsoft, Northrop Grumman, Google and BASF Corporation. → Read More

Five minutes with new CED Board Chair Richard West

Longtime Council for Entrepreneurial Development board member Richard West is prepping to take over the organization’s top spot from ChannelAdvisor CEO David Spitz. → Read More

Fresh off $3M funder, tech upstart to add 25 jobs in Morrisville

A 5-year-old product management upstart in Morrisville has secured more than $3 million in new financing. → Read More

IBM launches cloud ‘dojo’

Decades ago, The Frontier in Research Triangle Park was a typical 80s-era IBM building, with long, windowless hallways and small isolated offices. → Read More

Durham's ReverbNation eyes Europe in 2016

Growing music discovery platform company ReverbNation is eyeing Europe in 2016. The Durham company, which has 75 employees and has raised more than $11 million, had what CEO Mike Doernberg calls a “building” year in 2015. → Read More

SAS' Davis talks geofences, smart cars and big cyber threats analytics can thwart

Jim Davis, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Cary-based SAS, sees a world where your home is surrounded by a “geofence.” It's an “Internet of Things” future, and it’s going to make your life easier. → Read More

Wal-Mart director talks buying local at NCSU College of Textiles

Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT) is trying to buy local, says Joe Quinn, senior director of public affairs and government relations for Wal-Mart, speaking Wednesday at the N.C. State University College of Textiles. But business challenges keep getting in the way. → Read More

Sequoia Capital's Jim Goetz calls tech gender gap 'embarrassing'

Jim Goetz, the Sequoia Capital who led the WhatsApp acquisition by Facebook, speculated that his firm may have invested in Pinterest if there was a woman partner on his team. → Read More

Palo Alto app developer Guidebook expands its Eastern Seaboard office in Raleigh, N.C.

Palo Alto app developer raises $10 million and expands in North Carolina. → Read More

Meet Brian Kaminski, the Raleigh engineer behind 'Iron Man' Robert Downey Jr.'s real-life robotic arm

It’s a side project, says Brian Kaminski -- but a project so flashy that ‘Iron Man’ Robert Downey Jr. is a fan. → Read More

Duke University scores $9.75 million to tackle big data

Through complex algorithms able to detect abnormal behaviors caught on video, a group of researchers say they could some day be able to detect symptoms of autism and other disorders earlier – meaning faster and more accurate treatment. → Read More

News & Observer looking to sell downtown Raleigh headquarters - Triangle Business Journal

The News & Observer announced Monday it is exploring a sale of its downtown Raleigh headquarters. → Read More

38-year IBM veteran (and former IBM RTP head) Dick Daugherty talks entrepreneurship - Triangle Business Journal

Dick Daugherty, who led the Research Triangle Park site for IBM for 38 years, says it's a new age – an age of startups. → Read More

How HCL is postioning to gain U.S. foothold from Cary campus - Triangle Business Journal

Matt Preschern, the newly tapped chief marketing officer for HCL, has Cary on his short list. → Read More

First Tennessee to buy Raleigh's TrustAtlantic Bank for $80M - Triangle Business Journal

Raleigh's TrustAtlantic Bank is being sold to First Tennessee-owned First Horizon National Corp (NYSE: FHN) in a deal worth about $80 million. → Read More

SAS CEO Goodnight, N.C. Gov. McCrory on incentives - Triangle Business Journal

​SAS CEO Jim Goodnight and Gov. Pat McCrory took a break from the fanfare of celebrating SAS' newest building to talk incentives. → Read More

SAS unveils giant 'Q' building at Cary campus - Triangle Business Journal

Almost 12,000 cubic yards of concrete. 850 tons of rebar. 438 tons of structured steel. Six floors. 500 pieces of original art. → Read More

House of Raeford could sell N.C. turkey plant scheduled to close - Triangle Business Journal

Earlier this month, House of Raeford announced it would close a North Carolina-based turkey cook plant because of rising raw turkey costs from players such as Butterball. Now, poultry players are in talks to buy the plant. → Read More

Cary approves incentives for HCL Tech's 1,237-job expansion - Triangle Business Journal

The town of Cary officially approved incentives for HCL Technologies. → Read More