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The health-care industry in North Carolina is experiencing changes brought about by factors including insurance reform, new technology, and an emphasis on prevention. Business North Carolina brought together a panel of experts from the health care field to discuss questions like How will factors like these impact health care in the state? How will they affect the state's economy? Will they affect how health care is managed? This article is a transcript of the discussion and has been edited for brevity and clarity.
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\"North Carolina's workforce and companies benefit when business takes an active role in schools and state government.\" Business North Carolina recently brought together a panel of educators and executives to discuss the role of business in education.The transcript published here has been edited for brevity and clarity.
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10114
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The Charlotte region could have trouble sustaining its rapid growth unless infrastructure needs, including water, education, electricity, and transportation needs are soon addressed. This was the consensus of a group of Charlotte leaders, including David Jones, Clyde Higgs, Tony Zeiss, Ronnie Bryant, and Bryant Kinney.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 28 Issue 4, Apr 2008, p12-14, 15, 17-22, por Periodical Website
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10109
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BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine asked some of the state's leaders in the biotechnology to address industry issues. The respondents were Norris Tolson, Sam Taylor, Chris Kroeger, Vipin Garg, and Sarah Yovcum.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 28 Issue 3, Mar 2008, p14-16, 17, 18-21, por Periodical Website
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10117
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What must the Piedmont Triad do to compete with the Research Triangle and Charlotte as well as large metro regions outside the state? The consensus of a group of regional leaders, including Don Kirkman, Rosemary Wander, Austin Pittman, Chuck Greene, and Kevin Baker, is that to be competitive the region will need the cooperation of all its cities and counties if it is to reach its full economic potential.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 28 Issue 5, May 2008, p14-16, 18, 20, 22, por Periodical Website
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12232
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This article presents an edited transcript of a roundtable discussion by business executives and other experts about what makes a family-owned business different from commercial ones
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13235
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In this BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA interview, William R. Howard, president of Piedmont Airline Division of Piedmont Aviation, Inc., discusses changes and challenges in the Winston-Salem-based company.
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13230
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Parks Dalton is president and CEO of Interstate Securities Corporation, the largest securities firm based in North Carolina. In this BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA interview, he discusses the future of regional brokerage firms.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 1 Issue 1, Oct 1981, p60-61, 63-64, por Periodical Website
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13259
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In this BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA interview, Laughery, president, chairman, and CEO of Rocky Mount-based Hardee's Food Systems, Inc., discusses the company's chances for growth in a depressed economy. Hardee's is the country's fourth-largest hamburger chain.
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13264
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Ken Younger is president and chief executive officer of Carolina Freight Carriers Corporation. Headquartered in Cherryville in Gaston County, the company operates 101 terminals in 22 states, shipping freight up and down the East Coast, and to the middle and far West. In this BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA interview, he discusses the deregulation of the trucking industry.
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13297
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Yellow poplar growing in McDowell County has attracted the interest of Oregon-based Columbia Plywood Corporation. The company's subsidiary, Columbia Carolina Corporation, is building a plant at Old Fort to make its product, with completion expected by summer of 1982. Initial production is expected to be twenty million board feet a year. Over two hundred people will be employed when the plant reaches full operation.
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13296
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In this Business North Carolina interview, Juanita Kreps, former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce, discusses the economy, the Reagan Administration, and future economic growth.
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13304
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In this BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine interview, the staff talks with Archie Davis, a founder of the Research Triangle Park, about the park, its beginnings, its impact on North Carolina and its future.
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13303
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The BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine staff interviews Philip Van Hoy, a North Carolina attorney who specializes in labor relations.
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13611
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In this Business North Carolina magazine interview, Don A. Hunziker, chairman of the board of LADD Furniture Inc. of High Point, assesses the industry in North Carolina.
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