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28579
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To give a snapshot of North Carolina’s economy, a diverse group of business leaders share their perspectives on important trends. Statistics are provided for agriculture, banking, energy, health care, higher education, housing, law, life sciences, money management, and transportation.
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28578
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After several false starts, North Carolina’s most famous tobacco town, Winston-Salem, shows signs of rebirth. Winston-Salem is transforming into an apex of biomedical research, education and technology with the help of Wake Forest University and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and School of Medicine.
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28582
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A federal judge in Raleigh ordered Wal-Mart to pay $32.5 million to Art Pope’s Variety Wholesalers for infringing its “Backyard” trademark. According to Pope, Henderson-based Roses, was using the name on grills and lawn and garden equipment despite legal warnings.
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28580
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McDougald Funeral Home and Crematorium in Laurinburg, North Carolina is one of Scotland County’s oldest continuously operating businesses. The local funeral parlor survived the Civil War, the Great Depression, fire, and a sixty-one-year-old mummy.
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28581
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Carbon Cycle Energy plant is addressing a long-standing goal of turning pig and poultry poop into energy. Construction of the plant began in December near Warsaw in Duplin County, North Carolina, giving great incentive to support development of renewables.
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28584
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Mike McMahan of Charlotte sold his financial advisory business to open Gaston Capital Partners, a private-equity company. According to McMahan, success in private equity partly stems from finding businesses with a product or service that can expand nationally.
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28583
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Richard Rauck is spearheading a campaign to establish the National Cycling Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The city is poised to become home base for Olympic-caliber athletes because of its topography, steep inclines and proximity to rural areas.
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