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21187
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The Research Triangle Metropolitan Area has a strong business environment fueled by a good workforce, stable economy, and educational assets which include topflight universities and research and technology institutions. All these characteristics make the Triangle attract to new and relocating businesses. Business North Carolina assembled a staff of experts to discuss the challenges brought by this business growth, such as an increase in population and making sure both urban and rural areas enjoy the benefits of growth.
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24155
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The Research Triangle Region lures expansions and relocations that will create 10,000 jobs and 1.9 billion dollars of investment. One such expansion is Innovative Emergency management, Inc., which would bring in 430 jobs.
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24241
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The Research Triangle Metropolitan Area continues to grow, because leaders push for new developments and infrastructure improvements. Balancing market demands helps the area to grow in a smart and effective manner.
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24305
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A boom in commercial real estate in the Triangle is attributed to its burgeoning transportation system, included light rail and outer belts. This opens up new areas for businesses and expansion.
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27540
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Rick Mitchell and Ray Allen founded the Raleigh company Computer Intelligence. Computer Intelligence started as a software engineering firm designing programs for computers on a consulting basis. The company struggled at first, but is now one of the largest local based software engineering firms in the Triangle. In 1987, Inc. magazine listed them as one of America’s fastest-growing small companies and Mitchell and Allen recently sold part of the company for millions of dollars. The two founders have come a long way from their local blue-collar upbringing through hard work and a little bit of luck.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 7 Issue 12, May 25-31 1989, p1, 6-11 Periodical Website
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36047
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Charles Hayes sought to help build other people’s lives as much as his business and personal capital. Buttressing his efforts were two beliefs. One was universities are the state’s “best economic development tool. The other was all people deserve a chance, even a second chance.