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The small town of Southport, North Carolina retains a laid-back feel that draws tourists, transplants, and retirees. The town offers a variety of tourist activities, including golf courses, fishing, historic sites, and ferry rides to Bald Head Island.
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Since the closure of the Cannon Mills Company in Kannapolis, the city's downtown has not seen much change nor improvement. City leaders hope to revitalize the downtown with a new plan to repair or demolish buildings and redevelop the space.
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Christopher Gergen, HQ Raleigh co-founder, discusses his background, his previous business experience, and his desire to spread his entrepreneurial strategy throughout North Carolina
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The Charlotte Hornets have had their shining moments and difficult times throughout team history, but since the team has rebranded itself, things are looking up for the franchise.
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In this Business and Education Round Table, business professionals discuss the need to focus on STEM education in North Carolina schools.
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John Hood, president of the John William Pope Foundation, offers his suggestions for how the North Carolina government can save money and become more cost-competitive.
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This article features the Troy, North Carolina-based rug company, Capel Inc., discussing its history, ownership, and business initiatives.
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