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N.S. Jagannathan is an accountant for Tolaram Fibers whose actions led to a $36 million profit for the company.
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Two Raleigh city clubs, The Capitol City Club and the Cardinal Club, the nation's two largest city-club operators, are locked in competition for membership.
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W. Duke Kimbrell is CEO of Parkdale Mills, a textile manufacturer in Gastonia.
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For Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, the desirable, profitable course of action often conflicts with its original mission of being a non-profit insurance provider for the masses.
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US Air is in the red at its Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte hubs, prompting industry watchers to forecast a decrease in flight offerings.
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Payton profiles North Carolina Labor Commissioner John C. Brooks and addresses the controversy surrounding him.
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Chapman profiles Billy Satterfield, real estate developer of Winston-Salem.
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Nelson profiles First Travelcorp. executives Jack Lucas, Kenneth Taylor, and Peter Swenson.
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Ted Fowler, CEO of Golden Corral Corp., is intent on his company capturing a larger market share by modernizing and expanding services.
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Mike Weaver, former CEO of Hand Held Products, a Charlotte-based computer-technology company, has given the reigns to present CEO Hank Bennett.
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With a fragile economy built on low-wage, low-skill jobs, rural North Carolina must remake its work force as its industries remake themselves.
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Jim Morgan is president of Interstate/Johnson Lane, a Charlotte-based securities firm.
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Outside the domain of the metropolitan centers, smaller cities control their own economic principalities. Moderate growth suited North Carolina's second-tier regions in the 80s, but attracting jobs that slow the migration of talent remains a major challenge.
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Charlotte and Raleigh/Durham became national players in the 1980s by taking advantage of the state's advantages.