Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Business North Carolina Vol. 27 Issue 11, November 2007
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G. Kennedy Thompson runs the nation's fourth-largest bank: Wachovia. He discusses how he bought out Wachovia and other companies over the years.
Demand for ethanol, distilled from corn, is soaring as a fuel to reduce dependency on foreign oil. The author discusses how farmers are capitalizing on the rising need for corn.
Out of state banks are buying their way into North Carolina through mergers and acquisitions. Many smaller banks choose to join large banks as a result of the poor economy and declining profits.
North Carolina grows the most sweet potatoes than anywhere else in the States. One farmer, George Wooten, discusses how his sweet potato business has grown over the years.