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16696
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There are certain divorce issues that are unique to a married couple owning a business. The authors highlight a few of the most common ones so individuals in this particular situation can be aware of what is at stake and plan accordingly.
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27224
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Since 2011, Rusty and Rhonda Adams have been running Quarter Note Music, a thriving guitar store and music instruction center in Durham. With Guitar Center opening around the corner, they are worried about how the corporation will impact local independent music stores.
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Indy Week (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57), Vol. 33 Issue 27, July 2016, p20-21, il Periodical Website
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28584
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Mike McMahan of Charlotte sold his financial advisory business to open Gaston Capital Partners, a private-equity company. According to McMahan, success in private equity partly stems from finding businesses with a product or service that can expand nationally.
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29231
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The Plantation Supper Club in Greensboro, North Carolina attracted big crowds who enjoyed its fine food, entertainment and romantic charm. Under the ownership of Fred Koury, the club operated for thirty-five years until fire destroyed it in 1976. While working with entertainers at the club, Koury helped actors, such as Andy Williams, start their careers.
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Tar Heel (NoCar F 251 T37x), Vol. 8 Issue 8, Oct 1980, p49-50, por
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30193
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Business North Carolina’s 2016 annual Law Journal features advice from lawyers on spotting, preventing and dealing with some of the legal pitfalls common to businesses. Information is provided on modern estate planning, eminent domain, and upcoming additions and changes at the North Carolina Business Court. There is also advice for business owners who are going through a divorce.
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30400
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Frank and Julia Sherron of Topsail, North Carolina invented a wine insulator product called the Woozie. Frank, a former banker for Lexington State Bank, adopted business principles for the Woozie Company similar to those of the bank. As the product grew in success, Woozie was purchased by The Memory Company in 2013 to reach the needs of the growing customer base.
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Carolina Banker (HG 2153 N8 C66), Vol. 92 Issue 2, Summer 2013, p42-43, il, por
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36312
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FLS Energy, a solar energy company, joined the ranks of other privately owned businesses with bright economic and occupational futures in North Carolina. Among the other 99 companies highlighted were Ennis-Flint, Rodgers Builders, Camco, Hissho Sushi, and Allen Industries. Factors these businesses often held in common included employees retaining majority ownership, being family owned, and starting with a single product.
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36488
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Freelance contractors and business owners feeling isolated from the community and other businesses prove interdependent is a better descriptor. Generating community as well as collaboration is Base Camp Asheville, offering entrepreneurs spaces for work and play. Proving that pleasure and business can co-exist is a 1920s building refurbished with modern office conveniences like high speed Internet, recreational areas like a ping pong table. Proving this principle also are profiles of companies such as Anthroware and local entrepreneurs such as David and Amanda Highley, co-owners of web coding company MyTownUSA.