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One would be hard pressed to find an individual who enjoys paying for insurance; however, the alternative, being uninsured, is a frightening prospect.
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North Carolina Insight (NoCar JK 4101 N3x), Vol. 7 Issue 3, Feb 1985, p3-10, il, bibl, f Periodical Website
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24338
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Sports Endeavors Inc. is the nation’s biggest soccer catalogue retailer and was the brainchild of teenager Mike Moylan. Now, the company, based out of Hillsborough, is worth fifteen million dollars and employs forty people.
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24348
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Duke University Medical Center is the cutting edge location for heart surgery. This article examines the costs of operations and who ends up paying for them.
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24360
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David Sprinkle, president of John O. Todd Organization of Greensboro, makes a living selling insurance to businesses. His specialty is in designing executive-benefits plans. Some of his plans are so attractive that participating executives rarely want to leave their positions.
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24384
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Group-insurance costs have skyrocketed since the 60s, and employers are looking for ways to keep employees healthy over the long term and keep treatment costs low. Businesses are pursuing various measures to combat rising health insurance costs.
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24380
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Properly insurance is a key element of business survival. When a tornado hit North Carolina in 1988, one man’s boat business was underinsured, and he paid dearly for the mistake.
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30311
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Hurricanes can cause catastrophic damage to coastlines and several hundred miles inland. North Carolina has a market to obtain coverage for windstorm and hail that provides coverage in conjunction with the property and flood coverage that the bank has in place for its properties. This article discusses several factors to consider when obtaining insurance for areas at risk.
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Carolina Banker (HG 2153 N8 C66), Vol. 87 Issue 2, Summer 2008, p39, por
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30961
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In 1907, Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company opened in Raleigh with capital and surplus totaling $500,000. Since the first policy was issued, the company has extended its influence over a large portion of the United States and reached its first billion dollars in 1951. As of 1958, the company's assets stand at $1,752,844,369.
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31009
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Wachovia Bank in Winston-Salem, North Carolina ranks 42nd of the 50 largest commercial banks in the United States with over $5 million. Jefferson Standard Insurance Company in Greensboro, North Carolina ranks 31 out of 50 largest life insurance companies in the U.S. with assets worth over $585 million.