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for Business North Carolina Vol. 29 Issue 5, May 2009
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Reynolds American, Inc., a tobacco company, is moving out of the building it has occupied since 1929 in favor of a plaza next door with more space. The building in Winston-Salem is an icon of art deco architecture and provided the inspiration for New York's Empire State Building.
Hispanic immigration in North Carolina is decreasing. After two decades in which the state had the nation's fastest Hispanic growth, it is unclear why Hispanics have abandoned North Carolina or are arriving at a much slower rate. Some blame the recession and increased illegal immigrant laws.
In this book excerpt from a memoir titled 'My Link in the Chain,' Leonard Herring discusses his trials and tribulations as former CEO of Lowe's.