Friends form ‘Studioboro’ in downtown Greensboro
Technology has changed the way many of us work.
According to Forbes Magazine, one in five Americans does at least part of their work from home – and that number is expected to increase by 63 percent over the next five years.
But some are finding that working together has real benefits you can’t find at home.
Bob Buckley reports on “Studioboro,” in downtown Greensboro, which was formed by a group of friends.
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