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7 results for Business North Carolina Vol. 13 Issue 3, Mar 1993
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Officials of the Salisbury-based Food Lion, Inc. grocery chain were furious over what they perceived as sensationalistic tabloid journalism when the \"Primetime Live\" program went undercover to expose questionable company actions. The methods used by \"Primetime\" have raised questions about the ethical aspects of such undercover reporting.
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Winston-Salem produced an attractive incentive package to convince Glenn Orr, CEO of Southern National Bank, to move his company's headquarters back to town.
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998
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The recently exposed school-milk scandal, in which milk processors rigged the bidding for most of North Carolina's school districts, has had consequences for schools and dairy suppliers throughout the state.
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1001
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Earl Johnson, Jr. is the newly elected chairman of the Research Triangle Institute's Board of Governors.
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Dana Johnson is dean of Wake Forest University's School of Business and Accountancy.
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The Greater Greensboro Open Golf Tournament has served Greensboro in two ways: giving the city national exposure and training three generations of business leaders.
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Greenville-based Harvest Time Foods is a successful dumplings manufacturer founded by Anne and Bryan Grimes.
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