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577
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Many Charlotte executives are hoping that NCNB's merger with C&S/Sovran will boost the local economy and send some business their way.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 49 Issue 9, Sept 1991, p8-9, il
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5031
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Hugh McColl, CEO of NationsBank, retired April 25, 2001. He is credited with building the bank into the nation's largest. Named CEO of NationsBank's predecessor, NCNB, in 1983, McColl took a bank with $12 billion in assets and built it, through mergers and acquisitions, into one with assets of $642 billion and 140,000 employees.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 59 Issue 4, Apr 2001, p8, il
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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.
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24322
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Hugh L. McColl Jr. was an influential CEO of NationsBank and looks back on his years in the business in this article. During his career, North Carolina banks became the leading banks in the Southeast as a result of progressive banking laws and economic momentum.
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The author provides details of the consolidation of C&S Corp. with NCNB to form NationsBank, and gives a profile of NCNB's merger team.
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