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24193
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Asheboro-based Fox Apparel struggles to keeps its doors open since 1995, when apparel-manufacturing jobs the United States gave way to technology improvements and low-cost imports.
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9660
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Kemp discusses Dolph Ramseur; his small Concord-based record label--Ramseur Records; and one of his most popular recording and performing groups, the Avett Brothers.
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21236
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Crayton Commercial LLC, headquartered in New Bern, is a runner-up in the BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine 2013 Small Business of the Year competition. Walt Crayton founded the company in 2008 and he is the sole employee. The company specializes in commercial real estate and since 2008, has built or revitalized seven shopping centers.
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24142
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Laura Balance and Mac McCaughan created Merge Records, a small-scale company that focuses on artists whose main goal is not to merely make it 'big time' to create quality music unlike mainstream pop.
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21238
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Tim Parsons is president of Impact Financial Systems, Inc., headquartered in Davidson. The company, founded in 2002, is a runner-up in the BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine 2013 Small Business of the Year competition. The company provides automation-software for financial institutions, employs a work force of 20, and projects revenues of $4.5 million for 2013.
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24179
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Batanga.com, located in Greensboro, is a radio web site that caters to those who enjoy Latin music. The site features genres such as tango, flamenco, salsa, and even classic rock, all in Spanish. The author interviews the owners of the business to find out why they have been so successful in Greensboro.
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42705
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From 1936 to 1966, a little guidebook known as the "Green Book" served as an essential tool for African American travel. In recent times, a $148,000 grant for the "Green Book Project" has been set up to document north Carolina sites found in the guide. Angela Thope is director of the North Carolina African American Heritage Commission which administers the project.
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21237
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Angela Alvarez Garris founded Garris Grading and Paving, Inc., headquartered in Farmville in 2006. The company is a runner-up in the BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine 2013 Small Business of the Year competition. The company employs 16 and projects revenues of $4.4 million in 2013.
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9643
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BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine lists the top 100 private companies in the state. The International Group, Inc., a Raleigh distributor of automotive replacement parts, ranked first. Conbraco Industries, Inc., a valve manufacturer in Matthews, is profiled.
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