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1109
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The CEO's and senior management staffs of North Carolina's largest private companies are profiled.
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1610
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For the 10th year in a row, BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA lists the top 100 private companies in the state. Only 23 companies have remained on the list for the past 10 years.
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1611
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BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA and Arthur Andersen & Co. have been researching and publishing the top 100 private companies in the state each year since 1984. This list is recognized as the definitive source of annual information about NC's private companies.
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1612
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Since BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA began compiling the North Carolina 100, an annual list of the top 100 private companies in the state, 234 companies have been listed. Several factors account for the disappearance of some companies from the list.
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2684
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To raise money, private companies sometimes go public by making initial public offerings (IPOs) of their stock. The state's largest one hundred public companies are profiled.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 53 Issue 12, Dec 1995, p14,16,18-20,22, il
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3063
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The accounting firm of Arthur Anderson yearly ranks the state's 100 largest companies. To be listed, companies must be based in the state, have fewer than 500 stockholders, and not be engaged in financial services, real estate, or retail business.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 16 Issue 7, July 1996, p55,57-59,61,63,65, il Periodical Website
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3486
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The state's top 100 private companies are ranked, using 1996 revenues. General Parts, Inc., a Raleigh-based auto-parts distributor, replaced Klaussner Furniture Industries, Inc. as the top company. Klaussner had been No. 1 since 1993.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 17 Issue 10, Oct 1997, p47,49-51,53,55-57, il Periodical Website
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3867
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The state's top one hundred private companies are ranked. The list does not include companies dealing primarily in real estate, retail, and finance. Raleigh-based General Parts, Inc., the country's second -largest distributor of wholesale automobile parts, ranks first for the second straight year.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 18 Issue 10, Oct 1998, p49, 51-53, 55, 57-59, il Periodical Website
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4294
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Using 1998 revenues, the Arthur Anderson Accounting Firm ranked the state's top 100 private companies for Business North Carolina. Fifty-six percent of the companies are family-owned. General Parts, Inc. of Raleigh and Parkdale Mills, Inc. of Gastonia retained their 1998 rankings of first and second. Rodgers Builders, Inc. of Charlotte made the biggest jump, moving from ninety-first to thirty-eighth.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 19 Issue 10, Oct 1999, p36-37, 39, 41, 43, 45-49, il Periodical Website
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5194
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Using 2000 revenues, the Arthur Anderson Accounting Firm ranked the state's top 100 private companies for Business North Carolina. All companies listed had revenues greater than $50 million. On 1999's listing, 11 companies had less. Companies reporting of over $500 million increased from six to seven in 2000.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 21 Issue 10, Oct 2001, p24-25,27-29,31,33,35, il Periodical Website
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5459
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Using 2001 revenues, the Grant Thornton Accounting Firm ranked the state's 100 private companies for BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA. Companies doing business mainly in finance, real estate, retail, or healthcare do not qualify for the list. Twenty-one companies made their first appearance or returned after at least one year's absence. General Parts, Inc., of Raleigh, a distributor of replacement parts for vehicles, retained its No. 1 ranking from 2001.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 22 Issue 10, Oct 2002, p45, 47, 49, 51-53, il Periodical Website
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6884
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Using 2003 revenues, the Grant Thornton Accounting Firm ranked the state's 100 private companies for BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA. General Parts, Inc., of Raleigh, a distributor of replacement parts for vehicles, retained its No. 1 ranking from 2003. Manufacturers hold twenty-seven positions on the 2004 list, and these companies contribute 31 percent of the revenue. Two textile companies and a furniture manufacturer hold three of the list's top seven positions.
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7424
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Using 2004 revenues, the Grant Thornton Accounting Firm ranked the state's top 100 private companies for BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA. Participation by companies is voluntary. Distribution and manufacturing companies continue to dominate the list. Five of the top ten companies that grossed in excess of $500 million were manufacturers. Two of the top ten were distributors. General Parts, Inc., of Raleigh, a distributor of replacement parts for vehicles, retained its No. 1 ranking from 2004.
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9643
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BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine lists the top 100 private companies in the state. The International Group, Inc., a Raleigh distributor of automotive replacement parts, ranked first. Conbraco Industries, Inc., a valve manufacturer in Matthews, is profiled.
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10364
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BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA ranks the top 100 private companies in the state, and company executives discuss economic forces affecting their businesses. General Parts International Inc., of Raleigh, a distributor of automotive replacement parts, ranked first, followed by SAS Institute, Inc., of Cary, a software developer.
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