Greensboro native Erskine Bowles, U.S. Small Business Administration administrator, reported new proposals for streamlining the SBA and reducing governmental red tape at the North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry's 52nd annual meeting.
In response to NC's rise from 41st nationally to 16th in crime, state officials and educators discussed old and new methods of crime prevention and control at the North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry's annual meeting.
This article details the growing tourism industry in Duplin County, which revolves around attractions such as the Duplin Winery in Rose Hill, the 240 year-old Kenansville Spring and Liberty Hall, ancestral home of the Kenan family.
Kinston business leader C. Felix Harvey, president of the North Carolina Global TransPark Foundation, was honored with the 26th annual Citation for Distinguished Citizenship given by the North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry.
After 43 years of service in NC's public schools and universities, retired educator Dr. Jay M. Robinson was honored by the North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry with its 44th annual Citation for Distinguished Public Service.