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  • 1. Exceptional North Carolina Women Leaders by Wood, Suzanne M.
     
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    There are many successful businesswomen in North Carolina. Wood chose six to highlight as exceptional women in business. They are Sue Cole, principal of Granville Capital, a Greensboro-based investment company and chair of the North Carolina Biotechnology Center board of directors; Mary Clara Capel, administrative director of Troy-based Capel, Inc., the nation's largest importer and manufacturer of area rugs; Susanna Gibbons, a partner in Poyner & Spruill, a 106-attorney firm in Raleigh; Dr. Maureen Hartford, president of Meredith College in Raleigh; Ellen Ruff, president of Duke Energy Carolinas; and Drew Putt, president of RBC Centura.
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    NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 65 Issue 4, Apr 2007, p8-19, por
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  • 5. Hog Heaven by Wright, Renee
     
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    Jim Early, of Winston-Salem, the author of THE BEST TAR HEEL BARBEQUE: MANTEO TO MURPHY, has selected twenty-five barbecue establishments to make up the North Carolina Barbecue Society's Historic Barbecue Trail. To qualify, each restaurant had to be in business a minimum of fifteen years; make its own sauce; offer sit-down dining; and cook real North Carolina-style pork barbecue on site. That means the pig must be cooked in a pit over wood or charcoal.
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    NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 65 Issue 4, Apr 2007, p58-59, il
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  • 11. The Promise of the Ports by Harris, Tom
     
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    North Carolina's ports are expanding to meet growing volume demands. According to the Ports Authority records, total tonnage at the state's two ports has increased by 53.1 percent since 2003. The state is investing over $265 million in a five-year plan to expand and upgrade the port facilities at Morehead City and Wilmington. In 2006, the state spent another $30 million to purchase land in Brunswick County for a third port--the North Carolina International Port. Harris discusses the renovations at the two existing ports and plans for the new international port which will take ten to twelve years to complete.
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    NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 65 Issue 7, July 2007, p16-19, il
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    9344
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