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7298
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Richard Bryant, co-founder with Bobby Edgerton of Raleigh's Capital Investments, became the first chairman of the North Carolina Securities Industry Association in February 2004. The new trade association has twenty members who work for companies such as BB&T Investments and Central Carolina Bank. The non-profit association will provide networking opportunities for securities dealers, promote North Carolina's securities industry and lobby legislators.
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24326
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Nations Government Securities Fund is being investigated at the federal level after many customers claimed they were deceived into switching savings into mutual funds that lost millions. This article investigates the blurred line between bank and brokerage.
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30490
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The small business corporation is often faced with the problem of raising new capital for the expansion of business operations. This article provides the operators of small North Carolina corporations with information concerning securities regulation relating to the issuance of new securities.
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31687
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Last July, a group of relic collectors were caught stealing three cannons from Fort Branch, a Civil War fort on the Roanoke River near Hamilton. The incident led to the installation of a new security light and considerable interest in the old fort and cannons. This article discusses restoration efforts at the fort, and local citizens’ opinions on security measures.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 5 Issue 5, May 1973, p20-21, il Periodical Website
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32904
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Colonel E. B. Watson is chairman and chief executive officer of Charlotte-based Security Forces, Inc., the largest privately-owned security agency in the southeast. Watson formerly served in the United States Marine Corps. This article discusses Watson’s background and accomplishments within the security firm.
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33048
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Carolina Securities Corporation is one of the only two North Carolina-based full-service securities firms with a seat on the New York Stock Exchange. Experiencing a record year in terms of revenues in 1984, Carolina Securities continues aggressive recruiting and training programs. Carolina Securities has become a leading investment banking and brokerage firm with sixteen branch offices across North Carolina.
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