Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Business North Carolina Vol. 14 Issue 2, Mar 1994
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When North Carolina businesses attempt to sell property contaminated by pollutants, they face environmental liability, often resulting in litigation or at least negotiation based on the level of environmental degradation.
Despite intensified competition Winston-Salem-based Integon Corp., led by its president, Jim Lambie, intends to continue to provide competitive, nonstandard automobile insurance for North Carolinians.
The success of a new barbecue sauce depends on more than taste. In this highly competitive food business, a business plan, sufficient capital, and dogged optimism are also required.
Although competitive factors have reduced the fortunes of many prominent North Carolina families, twenty of them still wield tremendous economic power and influence.
Many North Carolina money managers are offering small mutual funds that typically require initial investments of only $300 to $10,000.