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for Business North Carolina Vol. 15 Issue 11, Nov 1995
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Arguing that public funds are used for private purposes, Winston-Salem attorney William Maready is challenging in court the offering by cities and counties of incentives to lure businesses to their areas.
Billy Graham's son Franklin heads two international relief organizations. He may lead the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association one day; however, not everyone would favor his succession.
The William C. Friday Fellowship for Human Relations is a two-year program designed to give emerging leaders an understanding of economic and social issues facing the state.
State banks are gearing up for electronic banking, and in 1995, Centura Banks signed on with Microsoft and Intuit for the first statewide computer-banking program that customers can use from their homes.
Raleigh's Triangle Bancorp seeks to provide hometown service and grow at the same time. Since 1990, under president Michael Patterson, its acquisitions have made it the state's ninth largest bank.