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Many stocks fell in 2002, and investors lost money. However, many company CEOs did very well, despite company losses. BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA ranks the top 75 CEOs in North Carolina, using their total compensation for the past two fiscal years.
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A non-profit organization, United Way of Central Carolinas in Charlotte, comes under fire after claims were made that the board of directors is crippling its campaign for donations and paying its president 1.2 million dollars in salary, expenses, perks, and pension contributions.
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24163
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In this book excerpt from a memoir titled 'My Link in the Chain,' Leonard Herring discusses his trials and tribulations as former CEO of Lowe's.
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Buddy Greenwood, CEO of Weststar Financial Services, Inc., runs Bank of Asheville and discussed the fear small bankers felt with the recession and the problems bigger banks, like Bank of America, faced.
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In this book excerpt from a memoir titled 'My Link in the Chain,' Leonard Herring discusses his trials and tribulations as former CEO of Lowe's.
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Dave King is chief executive of Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, North America's second largest clinical laboratory. King discusses how he became the Corporations CEO and his plans for its future.
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Ken Lewis is Bank of America's CEO and discusses his experience in the business.
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Ken Lewis is the CEO of Bank of America Corp. and decided to have his salary based on the company's performance. Though this seems like an altruistic move, the CEO still got paid millions of dollars and would be allowed to collect a hefty severance pay if he got fired. The author argues CEOs still get paid like lords when their shareholders suffer like serfs.
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Tom Darden is CEO of Raleigh's Cherokee Investment Partners LLC., which buys contaminated properties, cleans them up, and sells them.
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24244
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Vivek Wadhwa is CEO of Relativity Technologies Inc., a Cary software maker. This article discusses the way he runs his business and how he has excelled as an entrepreneur, while also presenting some of his shortcomings as CEO.
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24237
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Bruton Smith built two public companies, Speedway Motorsports Inc. and Sonic Automotive Inc. and acts as chairman, CEO, and majority shareholder of both. This article discusses his entrepreneurship and successes of his companies.
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24248
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John Forlines is chairman and CEO of Bank of Granite and at 83, still is not ready to step down and turn the company over to his 67-year-old successor. This article discusses his experiences in the business and his arguments for not stepping down.
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24280
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Steve Clark is CEO of SpectraSite Holdings Inc., a company in Cary that buys, owns, and operates cellular telephone towers. Clark discusses his experiences in the business.
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24283
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Nucor Corp is a company based out of Charlotte that makes sheet steel, a raw material for everything from car fenders to refrigerators. The new CEO, Daniel R. DiMicco, hopes he can expand the company commercially.
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24287
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NationsBank (now Bank of America) and First Union (now Wachovia) are two new, rapidly growing banks. The CEOs of each bank discuss their methods for managing successful businesses.