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6 results for Business North Carolina Vol. 14 Issue 6, July 1994
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1608
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Charlotte landed the Carolina Panthers NFL franchise with the aid of North Carolina's other major urban areas. The Queen City is quick to share the credit for its success with Raleigh-Durham, the Triad, and Greenville-Spartanburg, SC.
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1607
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Bert Collins has taken over as CEO of North Carolina Mutual Insurance Co. in Durham, the leading black-managed insurance company in the nation. Collins has taken the faltering insurer and returned it to profitability.
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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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1609
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Doug Brendle, CEO of Brendle's Inc., survived triple-bypass surgery and his company's Chapter 11 bankruptcy to lead the company on the road back to success.
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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.