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10114
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The Charlotte region could have trouble sustaining its rapid growth unless infrastructure needs, including water, education, electricity, and transportation needs are soon addressed. This was the consensus of a group of Charlotte leaders, including David Jones, Clyde Higgs, Tony Zeiss, Ronnie Bryant, and Bryant Kinney.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 28 Issue 4, Apr 2008, p12-14, 15, 17-22, por Periodical Website
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10116
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Smithfield Foods Inc. is the world's largest hog producer and hog processor. Martin discusses the move to bring a union to the Smithfield Packing Plant near the town of Tar Heel in Bladen County. This battle between Smithfield Foods Inc. and the Washington, D.C.-based United Food and Commercial Workers International Union over this plant has been going on for nearly sixteen years.
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10120
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Capt. Jonathan Kuniholm was wounded during the Iraq War and lost the lower part of his right arm. This led the Durham industrial designer to seek new ways to develop limbs to help to help amputees.
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Johnson & Wales University, the nation's premier hospitality and career college, consolidated its Norfolk, Va., and Charleston, S.C., schools and moved to uptown Charlotte in 2004. Martin reports on the school's progress.
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10119
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Green discusses golfing and golf courses in North Carolina, including the Wachovia Championship; the state's top 100 golf courses; the best par-4 courses; the best practice facilities; and the best courses by regions.
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10163
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Though it was built one hundred years ago with mules and drag pans, Donald Ross's Pinehurst No. 2 remains the highest ranked course among the state's golf courses and one of the world's best and most difficult.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 28 Issue 4, Apr 2008, p28-30, 32, 34,, il Periodical Website