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Pat Henry was offered a medical school scholarship to Harvard, but declined because she wanted a business career. She joined the Miller Brewing Company in Eden in 1977, and in 1992 became the first woman brew-master of a major American brewery. Today she is the plant manager. Henry is profiled in this BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA feature.
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Electronic waste is a product of rapid turnover in computer technology. In 2002, North Carolina alone will generate over 50,000 tons of discarded electronic equipment. CompuTel, a Charlotte-based company founded by John Rhinehardt in 1994, recycles computer parts and materials. The company had revenues of over $500,000 in 2001. Martin discusses the company and computer recycling in the state.
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Best Doctors, Inc. compiles evaluations of over 30,000 physicians and rates them and their peers. BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA lists doctors in the state who made the list in twenty-one specialties, including cardiovascular, infectious disease, nephrology, and ophthalmology.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 22 Issue 7, July 2002, p44,46, 48-50, 52-54, 56-59, por Periodical Website
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Douglas Tyler is a cancer surgeon at Morris Cancer Clinic, part of the Duke Medical Center. According to Best Doctors, Inc., he is one of the country's best. Tyler is profiled in this Martin article.