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Joe Colopy and Chaz Felix discuss their 13 year journey creating and strengthening their Durham-based email marketing company, Bronto Software Inc. In April 2015, the pair sold the company to San Mateo, California-based NetSuite Inc. for $200 million, making it the fifth-largest deal for a North Carolina tech company in the last decade.
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In Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Reynolds American Inc. agreed to be sold to British American Tobacco PLC for $49 billion. Under Susan Cameron, former CEO and current executive chairman of Reynolds, the company transformed tobacco and became a leader in products that are reduced risk.
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One of the more interesting web sites is \"How Stuff Works,\" the creation of Marshall Brain. The Cary company is less than a year old, but it is ranked in the top 500 web sites. Each month the site receives around 1.5 million visits. Brain and eight other writers prepare articles on how \"stuff\" like chocolate bars, TVs, and toilets work. The site also has an on-line store featuring items with the company logo.
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Marshall Rauch, who turned an old textile business into a fast-growing manufacturer of Christmas ornaments, is BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA'S Entrepreneur of the Year for 1990. Rauch founded his company, Pyramid Mills, in Gastonia in 1957, and it is the largest Christmas tree ornament manufacturing company in the United States. He has represented the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District since 1967.
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Built in 1899, the building once housing the Caffe Phoenix got a new lease on life, courtesy of developer magnates such as James Goodnight. Part of his vision for downtown Wilmington is it becoming the hub for tech startups and companies seeking office space in an urban area.
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This directory was compiled from questionnaires returned to Business North Carolina by agencies which paid a fee for a listing. Information includes year founded, number of employees, agency specialization, current clients, and president/partners.
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30193
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Business North Carolina’s 2016 annual Law Journal features advice from lawyers on spotting, preventing and dealing with some of the legal pitfalls common to businesses. Information is provided on modern estate planning, eminent domain, and upcoming additions and changes at the North Carolina Business Court. There is also advice for business owners who are going through a divorce.
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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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Four hundred years ago the first English colonists landed at Roanoke Island. Brown discusses what this anniversary celebration will mean for tourist-related businesses in North Carolina.
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24333
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The sleepy little town of Selma in Johnston County, North Carolina has become an overnight success as a result of its location on I-95. The town is exactly eight hours from both the New York-New Jersey population center and central Florida.
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The state's one hundred largest employers for 1998 range from Food Lion, Inc. with over 34,000 workers, to three that tied with 2,300. The companies are either privately, publicly, or foreign owned. They offer such products and services as yarn, banking, pork processing, and telecommunications.
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A la Cart, Inc., headquartered in Charlotte, is a runner-up in the 2000 Business North Carolina Small Business of the Year competition. Founded by Wade Moyer in 1989, the company makes food storage carts for hospitals. A la Cart employs twenty-eight and projects revenues of $8.2 million in 2000.
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Simon examines the problem created by the larger number of veterinarians graduating not only at North Carolina State University's School of Veterinary Medicine but also at other similar institutions across the nation with the number of pets and farms animals that are holding steady or increasing only slightly. The competition to care for these animals is forcing down prices they can charge and forcing veterinarians to face a lower standard of living.
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Ken Lewis, John Georgius, and M. \"Bud\" Baker, are the three apparent successors to the CEOs of NationsBank, First Union, and Wachovia, respectively.
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Skip Alston and Earl Jones hope to create a museum in Greensboro at the site of Woolsworth, where four black college students organized the first sit-in for civil rights in February 1960. The museum has been in the making since 1993 but has languished as a result of the two men's inability to command respect from the community, some critics say.