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UNCC Chancellor Jim Woodward turned the commuter school into a research university. He has served the longest tenure of any chancellor (15 years) and plans to retire soon. The article discusses how he became chancellor and the improvements he made to the school over the years.
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Ken Lewis is the CEO of Bank of America Corp. and decided to have his salary based on the company's performance. Though this seems like an altruistic move, the CEO still got paid millions of dollars and would be allowed to collect a hefty severance pay if he got fired. The author argues CEOs still get paid like lords when their shareholders suffer like serfs.
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David Hagen claims DirecTV killed Prime TV LLC, the nation's top seller of its satellite systems. Hagen has a checkered past, serving time in prison for bankruptcy fraud, and his business may have actually failed as a result of thousands of customer complaints concerning rebates and money owed to buyers.
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This article presents the history and architecture of redbrick tobacco factories in Durham. A trend has started in which tobacco warehouses are being converted to restaurants, businesses, and apartments.