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for Business North Carolina Vol. 15 Issue 3, Mar 1995
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Stocks for fifty-one North Carolina companies, including Oakwood Homes and Lowe's, are rated over a five-year period. Twenty-six of the stocks had returns greater than that of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Nicholas St. George is CEO of Greensboro-based Oakwood Homes, the nation's largest manufactured-housing retailer. St. George is the driving force behind the company's economic recovery; stock prices have risen from $3 in 1987 to $29.74 in 1994.
Government deregulation of the trucking industry caused some trucking companies to fold. Earl Congdon, chairman of Old Dominion Freight Lines, Inc. in High Point, cites the absence of unionization as one factor contributing to his company's profitability