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6 results for Business North Carolina Vol. 17 Issue 9, Sept 1997
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3369
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William Royal is president of Royal Park Uniforms, Inc., the nation's largest maker of school uniform jumpers and shirts. With 130 employees utilizing a 66,000-square-foot facility, it is Caswell County's second largest private employer.
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3432
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A difficult merger and a government probe into billing practices have left Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings in Burlington, a provider of diagnostic tests, in financial trouble. Stock has fallen from $13 a share in 1995 to $2.63 in 1997.
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3431
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Gerald Johnson of the CHARLOTTE POST and Ernest Pitt of the WINSTON-SALEM CHRONICLE have joined forces to develop a chain of Afro-American newspapers throughout the state.
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3445
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By cooperating rather than competing, Memorial Mission Medical Center and St. Joseph's Hospital in Asheville will cut costs and expand services, including additional clinics and outreach programs, from the $75 million in anticipated savings.
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3501
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Bunny Johns, president since 1991 of the Nantahala Outdoor Center in Wesser, was also elected president of America Outdoors in 1996. Nantahala is one of the country's outstanding white-water rafting centers.
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3502
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The merger of PCA International, Inc. of Matthews and Charlotte's American Studios, Inc. creates a photography company with over 2,000 studios in K-Mart and Wal-Mart and annual revenues of over $250,000 million.
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