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Jim Morgan is president of Interstate/Johnson Lane, a Charlotte-based securities firm.
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Dr. P. S. Prasad, a Greenville psychiatrist, owes millions of dollars to the Bank of Credit and Commerce International and several Savings and Loans.
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Jerry Richardson, former player for the Baltimore Colts, leads the drive to lure a National Football League franchise to Charlotte.
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Charlotte motel mogul Sam McMahon, Jr. and his son Sam III recently stunned investors by filing for bankruptcy. The investors stand to lose a collective total in the millions of dollars.
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Lowe's, North Carolina's dominant home-center retailer, prepares to compete with Home Depot, utilizing a strong investment strategy.
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Albert Monk III is CEO of Farmville-based Monk-Austin, Inc., the fourth-largest tobacco processing company in the United States.
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Bob Stec, CEO of Greensboro-based Girbaud, VF Corp.'s fastest growing division, has proved successful in marketing the Girbaud line of jeans and sportswear.
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A recent Savings and Loan buying binge in North Carolina has seen mutual thrifts offer themselves directly to larger banks. These merger-conversions are taking place because banks are making attractive offers to the board members of S&Ls.
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Bill Stallings is CEO of Greenville-based Regional Acceptance Corp., a car financing company that lends good money to people with bad credit.
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Bill Simms, president of Transamerica Reinsurance Corp. (headquartered in Charlotte) is the only minority part-owner of the Carolina Panthers football franchise.
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Doug Brendle, CEO of Brendle's Inc., survived triple-bypass surgery and his company's Chapter 11 bankruptcy to lead the company on the road back to success.
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Winston-Salem-based Triad Guaranty Inc., a mortgage-insurance company, recently sold 57% of its stock to the public. The move was made in order to get a Standard & Poor's rating, which is accessible only to public companies.
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The triangle area is recognized not only as the best area in the nation to live, but also as a booming real estate market.
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Business North Carolina presents its annual report on the state's top one hundred banks and credit unions. Bank of America BB&T, and First Citizens BancShares retained their first, second, and third rankings from 2013. State Employees' Credit Union ranked fourth.
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Architects have cited the Reynolds Building, which opened in 1929 as the tobacco company's headquarters, as \"one of the best examples of art deco skyscraper design. \" Developers will spend $50 million turning the 22-story building into 120 apartments on the upper floors and a 211-room hotel on the lower ones. The building will reopen in 2016.
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