Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Business North Carolina Vol. 23 Issue 10, October 2003
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A six-day celebration in the Outer Banks in December 2003 commemorated the Wright brother's first in flight event. The event marked the end of yearlong extravaganza and the opening of a new visitor center. However, the economic impact of the festivities was less than hoped.
Wilmington, North Carolina's historic port city, and the Cape Fear coastal region are among the state's top tourist draws. This article presents top tourist attractions and activities in the area.
John McNairy and Felix Harvey run the oldest business in the North Carolina 100. Harvey Enterprises Inc. in Lenoir County owns four cotton gins and buys, stores, and sells cotton. This article discusses the history of the company and the family who started it.
This article presents the ranking of the top private companies in North Carolina in 2003 and compares them to last year's winners to shed insight about economic change in the state.
Blue Ridge Electric and Welding LLC, a company in West Jefferson, builds high-end frames for high-performance bicycles.