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Economic incentives have helped companies relocate to the state and others in-state to expand. Jordan discusses three major state-level programs that provide incentives: the Job development Investment Grant (JDIG), One North Carolina Fund, and Article 3J Tax Credits. Other incentive programs beyond the big three are discussed.
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Cone Denim LLC's White Oak plant in Greensboro produces selvage. Once it was worn as jeans by everyone, but by the 1970s and 1980s, the shuttle looms were replaced by wider, faster ones. This changed the look and feel of the denim. Now selvage is making a comeback, and the White Oak plant has brought back the shuttle looms, which is the only way to make this particular denim. In some of the high-end stores jeans made with this material are selling for as much as $300 a pair.
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There are certain divorce issues that are unique to a married couple owning a business. The authors highlight a few of the most common ones so individuals in this particular situation can be aware of what is at stake and plan accordingly.
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A panel of business, government, and educational leaders from Pitt County and Greenville met recently in Greenville to discuss the county's economic opportunities and efforts to promote growth. The consensus was that the area is positioned to capture the benefits of the eastern part of the state's slow-but-sure economic recovery.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 32 Issue 5, May 2012, p16-18, 20, 22, 24-25, por Periodical Website
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