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Ted Fowler, CEO of Golden Corral Corp., is intent on his company capturing a larger market share by modernizing and expanding services.
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Charlotte and Raleigh/Durham became national players in the 1980s by taking advantage of the state's advantages.
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First Hanover Bank of Wilmington became the first North Carolina bank since 1943 to fall victim to a takeover because of bank failure.
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The nine major NC banks keep records of their community investment, defined as the banks' financial involvement in their communities. The author rates these banks accordingly.
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Wittebort profiles ten Triangle leaders who could have a major hand in helping to shape the region in the last years of the 20th century. All are in their 40s or younger and stress the need to mend the Triangle's fissures.
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President Clinton's infrastructure initiative could benefit many industrial companies in North Carolina.
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The recently exposed school-milk scandal, in which milk processors rigged the bidding for most of North Carolina's school districts, has had consequences for schools and dairy suppliers throughout the state.
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A recent proposal is aimed at constructing a light-rail system for Charlotte and Mecklenburg County.
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Shareholders are putting pressure on corporate boards to perform, and Tar Heel company directors are feeling the heat. Included is a list of the boards of North Carolina's 74 largest public companies.
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Richard Holcomb is president and CEO of Raleigh-based Q+E Software, which had attached itself to software giant Microsoft Corp. but is now ready to go its own way.
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Long overshadowed by the larger, more prosperous southern ports of Norfolk and Charleston, Wilmington and Morehead City have recently carved out a niche as important ports in their own right. Jim Scott can be credited for this.
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Maceo McEachern, a resident of Hamlet, NC, was killed by the co-owner of his new sports drink, Pro-formance.
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Research Triangle Park-based BroadBand Technologies and its president and CEO, Salim Bhatia, have taken the early lead in the race to develop the electronics and software system needed to bring the Information Superhighway into the consumer's home.
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24331
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Interstate highways attract business and foster growth. Charlotte is an example a commercial center benefitting from the presence of interstates, specifically, I-85 and I-77.
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Robert L. Jones is one of North Carolina’s top developers who had to face significant debt after the real-estate market’s collapse. This article discusses the collapse and how Jones managed to keep his business afloat in the aftermath.