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With the loss of the Owens-Corning plant during the Great Recession, Fair Bluff faced a difficult economic situation. However, the town has taken advantage of its location on the North-South Carolina border and the Lumber River to attract visitors and new residents. The town's watermelon festival and the watermelon industry itself has also eased the pain of hard times.
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Nester Hosiery Inc. opened in Mount Airy in 1993 and thrived on contract work from apparel brands. Founder and owner, Marty Nester's, latest project involves creating Farm to Feet products for hikers, bikers, runners, and fishermen.
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To improve care, Carolinas HealthCare System asked Premier Inc., a Charlotte based company, to use and analyze data collected by the group. This article discusses the companies' relationship, Premier's history, and offers some criticism of Premier's strategies.
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In 1975, Erksine Bowles launched Bowles Hollowell Conner & Co., a Charlotte-based investment-banking firm. This article details the history of the company and Bowles' lasting influence with his former colleagues.
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The mountain region of North Carolina faces poverty and rising unemployment rates as the state's industry-recruitment strategy changes.
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23934
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In this Energy Round Table, energy experts discuss how renewable resources will shape North Carolina's energy industry moving forward.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 35 Issue 8, August 2015, p24-28, 30-33, il, por Periodical Website
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For over fifty years, Research Triangle Park has been a major contributor to the development of the Raleigh-Durham. Now, the Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina, the nonprofit organization that operates the park area, is implementing plans to revitalize the park and make it more attractive to new residents.
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