Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Business North Carolina Vol. 11 Issue 7, July 1991
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Lowering insurance bills has been difficult for companies, but Nucor Corporation saves by requiring its employees to pay fifty percent of health care costs. At other companies, employees typically pay only twenty percent of health care costs.
North Carolina Dance Theatre was originally housed in Winston-Salem and was supported by many contributors. Eventually, it moved to Charlotte, hoping for larger contributions that have not materialized. Now, the company is in financial shambles.
Charlotte is known as a development hub in North Carolina, which has helped its economy to grow continuously. Various companies have helped bolster the nation’s sixth-largest distribution center.
Duke University Medical Center is the cutting edge location for heart surgery. This article examines the costs of operations and who ends up paying for them.