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Record #:
14915
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BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine and Arthur Andersen & Company present their annual ranking of the state's top one hundred privately-held companies. Blue Bell, Inc., a Greensboro manufacturer of jeans and other casual and work apparel, replaced McDevitt & Street Co., a Charlotte general contractor, in the number one position for 1986, with McDevitt dropping to second place.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 6 Issue 6, June 1986, p16-18, 20, 22-26, 28-29, il Periodical Website
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14939
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Partners J. Shields Harvey, Jim Hance, and Charles Dickson purchased Charlotte-based Consolidated Coin Caterers Corp. in 1985. The company has over 10,000 drink, food, and cigarette vending machines in plants, offices, and hospitals. 4C's, as it is known, expects to gross $44 million in 1986. Shaw discusses what is involved in running a company with over 3,500 locations, more than 200 routes, a fleet of 300 vehicles, and a workforce of 750.
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14938
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Family firms are big business in North Carolina. Built on blood ties and marriages that sometimes go back generations, they make up about one-third of the state's top one hundred private companies. Grissett discusses with owners some of the problems in running a family business.