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30587
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David Mildenberg takes a look at the two state treasurer candidates for the 2016 election, Democrat Dan Blue III and republican Dale Folwell.
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30590
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Diamond Creek golf resort caters to the nation's wealthiest, by offering helicopter taxi service from Charlotte and world class dining. In 2009 Bill and Anita Greene moved their restaurant Artisanal to the area.
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30598
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In 2016, Herbalife paid a $200 million to settle a lawsuit that claimed the company ran an illegal pyramid scheme. Manufactured in Winston-Salem, NC, Herbalife claims the maintain a legal multilevel marketing operation.
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30612
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The Brewpublik beer club, based in Charlotte, has developed an algorithm, or "beergorithm", to better match products to their costumers.
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30617
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North Carolina invests in Transportation and Workforce development to support manufacturers. Improvements to the states rail and air shipping infrastructure supports the logistical needs of manufacturers, while programs like NCSU's Industry Expiation Service offer training and consulting to companies aiming to grow.
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30623
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With the recent growth of local company AvidXchange, Charlotte is becoming a center for technology alongside its financial industry identity. With its automated accounts payable technology, AvidXchange helps businesses simplify their cash flow logistics.
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30616
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Greensboro hosts the 2016 Living Art America's North American Bodypaint Championship. Five time World Bodypainting Championship winners and Reidsville, NC locals Scott Fray and Madelyn Greco have retired from competition and have moved on the judging and producing competitions.
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30629
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Charlotte based SkillPop creates "pop-up learning communities" which provides adult enrichment classes for the DIY individuals who prefer to learn in person. Offering a wide variety of classes and classroom settings, SkillPop has expanded into Raleigh, with plan of future growth.
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30627
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Shares of Yadkin Financial decline after it was announced that the bank would be sold to FNB from Pittsburgh. Through the sale, Yadkin investors will own 35% of FNB.
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30626
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In partnership with Gateway, CSX Corp plans the development of an intermodal cargo terminal in Rocky Mount. Gateway is a public-private organization that promotes industry in Edgecombe and Nash counties.
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30628
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High Point company, Heritage Home Group plans to boost image of Thomasville furniture by associating the brand with their more high-end brands, Drexel Heritage and Hendron.
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30630
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Out-going republican from the NC Senate plans to create a business development and government relations firm. Tom Apodaca from Hendersonville, NC has turned down offers to join law firms in Raleigh for the opportunity to create his lobbying firm.
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30624
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The authors present a sample of efforts taken to develop growth and assistance for entrepreneurs throughout North Carolina.
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30920
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A Greensboro historic textile mill is being renovated into spaces for lawyers, artists, nonprofits and plans for a boutique hotel.