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4 results for Business North Carolina Vol. 21 Issue 9, September 2001
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Skip Alston and Earl Jones hope to create a museum in Greensboro at the site of Woolsworth, where four black college students organized the first sit-in for civil rights in February 1960. The museum has been in the making since 1993 but has languished as a result of the two men's inability to command respect from the community, some critics say.
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Nucor Corp is a company based out of Charlotte that makes sheet steel, a raw material for everything from car fenders to refrigerators. The new CEO, Daniel R. DiMicco, hopes he can expand the company commercially.
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This article discusses how venture-capitalist investment in high-technology industries has slowly declined since 2000. Some of the difficulties companies face are an inability to close sales, running out of funds, and venture capitalists no longer investing.
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Wilmington has witnessed a boom in business startups and community development as a result of leaders' unique approach, which included capitalizing on its unique waterfront and port city.