Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Business North Carolina Vol. 1 Issue 2, Nov 1981
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College sports are big business in North Carolina these days. Green examines the growing costs of fielding a team and the large profits some of them produce. As one athletic director says, \"An AD has to be a combination of businessman as well as educator. We're running a financially self-sustaining program in an educational environment.\"
State officials are working with private enterprise to position Morehead City as one of the country's leading coal exporting facilities. The Morehead City coal terminal is the first new coal facility on the East Coast built especially to meet the growing demands of the world export market. Parker discusses what is happening there presently and what might happen in the future.
During interviews with several North Carolina families that owned businesses, Seymour found that there are some very complicated but successful ways to make certain that company ownership is passed on to succeeding generations.
The North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company is the world's largest African-American financial institutions. The company is the 129th largest insurance company in the nation. It February 1982, the company will mark its 83rd year of operation.
In this BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA interview, William R. Howard, president of Piedmont Airline Division of Piedmont Aviation, Inc., discusses changes and challenges in the Winston-Salem-based company.