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6 results for Business North Carolina Vol. 33 Issue 10, Oct 2013
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21140
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A number of forces--tax and regulatory reform, consolidation, technology, and interest rates--are changing the face of banking in North Carolina. Business North Carolina and the North Carolina Bankers Association put together a panel of seven experts to answer questions such as can there be regulations and still prosperity for banks and how is technology changing the industry.
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21157
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Lacour explains how the top privately-held companies in North Carolina are increasing sales through use of the Internet. The article also includes BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA'S annual ranking of the state's top 100 private companies. Belk, Inc. retained its 2012 ranking, with General Parts International Inc., a Raleigh distributor of automotive replacement parts, and SAS Institute, Inc., a software developer, taking second and third place. Rankings are based on revenue in the most recent fiscal year.
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Two years ago the Republicans took control of the North Carolina General Assembly, and after waiting over a century to do it, they set out to reshape economic and social policies. Mooneyham selects the top ten things the legislature did to impact business, including slashing income taxes, staunching the flow of Medicaid money, and overhauling election laws.
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21159
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Betts examines the new direction the state is taking in its economic development efforts under the Republican-led North Carolina General Assembly, including lowering corporate-income tax rates, reducing regulatory burdens, and revamping transportation planning.
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21156
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Visitor spending is increasing in the state with Currituck County leading the way with an 8.1 percent increase in 2012. A map indicates the economic impact of tourism in the various regions and gives the percent change between 2011 and 2012. A chart lists alphabetically the state's 100 counties and their 2012 percentage increases.
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21160
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Park Liner, Inc., of Gibsonville, manufactures lightweight travel trailers. Martin describes how the company builds its trailers based on the \"less-is-more\" principle.
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