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for Business North Carolina Vol. 8 Issue 7, July 1988
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Many high-tech entrepreneurs have gotten their businesses off the ground as a result of venture capital. Once in short supply, venture capital has increased drastically over the past few years. The availability of such seed money has made a difference to many North Carolina businesses.
Lib Hatcher discovered Randy Travis at her Charlotte nightclub. The stunning success that he has enjoyed as a breakout musician over the past two years owes much to Lib managing his career for over a decade.
The SAS Institute in Cary, North Carolina, is leading the way in how companies can use technology to make business more streamlined. The company features automated calling services, electronic mail service, and an uninterruptible power source that can keep equipment running even when the power goes off.
Hand Held Products is a Charlotte-based company that specializes in computer technology and made a splash in the market after creating the Micro-Wand, the gadget FedEx uses to keep track of packages it delivers. This article discusses how the company hopes to make more products and increase its revenues.
The Outer Loop in Charlotte was once envisioned as the solution to traffic congestion, but many leaders think of it as only a temporary solution. This article examines the possible future of the Outer Loop and how developers capitalized on the beltway.