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A panel of business, government, and educational leaders from Pitt County and Greenville met recently in Greenville to discuss the county's economic opportunities and efforts to promote growth. The consensus was that the area is positioned to capture the benefits of the eastern part of the state's slow-but-sure economic recovery.
A group of bankers representing the North Carolina Bankers Association (NCBA) recently participated in a naval aircraft embarkment off the coast of Cape Lookout. The NCBA delegation spent time aboard the USS Eisenhower, a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier, one of the largest, most powerful warships in the world. In this article, they discuss their experiences and the economic impact of naval operations in eastern North Carolina.
High-rise condos on the North Carolina coast are feeling the effects of the struggling economy. Phil Collins, president and CEO of Sound Banks in Morehead City, discusses three development projects that remain incomplete due to the slow market conditions.
The Center for Business and Economic Services in the Cameron School of Business Administration conducted a study to estimate the economic impact that the University of North Carolina-Wilmington had on four counties in the state. This article presents measures of the university’s impact based on numbers of students enrolled, faculty and staff employed, and degree programs offered.