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Communities in the Triad (High Point, Greensboro, and Winston-Salem) are seeking to boost their economies with technology.
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The manufacturing industry in the Triad (High Point, Greensboro, and Winston-Salem) has suffered a steady decline since 1980.
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Kinney discusses various aspects of urban development in North Carolina from 1980 to 1990. Statistics and charts are provided.
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Masco Corp., led by furniture division president Ron Jones, is dominating the fragmented furniture industry.
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North Carolina golf communities are the fastest-selling developments in real estate.
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Business North Carolina's tenth annual ranking of the state's top public companies.
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Rick and Dee Ray are the founders and owners of Raycom Sports and Entertainment, longtime televisers of Atlantic Coast Conference basketball.
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Business North Carolina's annual list of North Carolina's top 100 companies also profiles three companies: Mebane Packaging Corporation, Spectrum Dyed Yarns and Charles Craft.
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Dr. P. S. Prasad, a Greenville psychiatrist, owes millions of dollars to the Bank of Credit and Commerce International and several Savings and Loans.
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Randolph County resident Jerry Bledsoe is North Carolina's most famous crime writer and the owner of Down Home Press publishers.
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First Hanover Bank of Wilmington became the first North Carolina bank since 1943 to fall victim to a takeover because of bank failure.
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Jerry Richardson, former player for the Baltimore Colts, leads the drive to lure a National Football League franchise to Charlotte.
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As regional medical centers grow stronger, rural hospitals seek remedies for their financial ills.
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After inheriting 290,000 shares of Jefferson-Pilot stock, Louise Price Parsons sets out to make Roger Soles, its CEO, play by her rules.
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Steven Scott, owner of Coastal Healthcare Group, Inc., a contractor of emergency department physicians based in Fayetteville, was chosen the 1992 Entrepreneur of the Year.
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