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14283
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Earl Congdon, Sr. founded Old Dominion Freight Line in 1934 with a single truck and in 1984 the company celebrates its fiftieth anniversary. Old Dominion, based in High Point, is the largest privately owned transportation company in North Carolina with 2,700 employees and revenues in the $200 million range.
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14281
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Shaw profiles the Dillard Paper Company. Founded by Stark S. Dillard in 1926 in Greensboro, the company began with one salesman and one secretary. Today, it is the state's largest privately-owned distributor with annual sales of over $245 million.
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14282
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Adams profiles Boddie-Noell Enterprises. Located in Rocky Mount, it is the Hardee fast-food chain's second largest franchise operator and ranks as a leader in the service category in a list of North Carolina's 100 largest privately owned companied.
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14280
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Shaw profiles Bernhardt Industries, Inc. a family-owned, furniture-making enterprise located in Lenoir and one of the largest independent companies in North Carolina. John Mathias Bernhardt founded the company in 1889, and his son John Christian Bernhardt is the current chairman.
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14279
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BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine and Arthur Andersen & Company provide, for the first time, a ranking of the state's top one hundred privately-held companies. McDevitt & Street Co., a Charlotte general contractor, headed the list.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 4 Issue 6, June 1984, p15-18, 20, 22-24, il Periodical Website
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14284
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Shaw profiles Charlotte-based McDevitt & Street Co., the largest privately owned general construction company that specializes in commercial, industrial, and instructional buildings.
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14285
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Four hundred years ago the first English colonists landed at Roanoke Island. Brown discusses what this anniversary celebration will mean for tourist-related businesses in North Carolina.
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