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6 results for Business North Carolina Vol. 14 Issue 3, Apr 1994
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Research Triangle Park-based BroadBand Technologies and its president and CEO, Salim Bhatia, have taken the early lead in the race to develop the electronics and software system needed to bring the Information Superhighway into the consumer's home.
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1445
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In 1993, North Carolina was the third ranking pork producer in the nation, up from twelfth in 1965. Sound business practices and verticle integration, such as Carroll's Foods, Inc.'s 1986 alliance with Virginia-based packer Smithfield Foods, Inc., allowed for the industry's growth.
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1446
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Lumberton-based Converse, Inc. is selling their canvas Chuck Taylor All-Stars as fast as they can produce them. Despite intense competition in the athletic shoe business, the future of both the company and its North Carolina workforce looks bright.
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1447
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The eleven-county Piedmont Triad Partnership has successfully used a regional approach to achieve increased industrial diversification and regional promotion.
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1442
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Due to competition and the potentially lucrative nature of the business, more and more personal-injury lawyers are advertising their services and aggressively seeking clients.
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1443
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Silverman explains what the Information Superhighway is, who will own it, where the money will come from, when and how business will be able to use it, and the political and security aspects.
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