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Lowe’s Companies, Inc., founded in North Wilkesboro, is a growing system of building supply, home furnishings and appliances stores. Leonard G. Herring is Lowe’s first full-time president since Carl Buchan’s death in 1960. This article discusses the history of Lowe’s, Herring’s business background, and his expectations for the company.
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W. Roger Soles is the first president of Jefferson-Pilot Corporation, a life insurance company in Greensboro. Soles has national prominence in the insurance industry and is one of the most respected business leaders in North Carolina. This article discusses Soles’ background, accomplishments, and contributions to the insurance industry.
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Burroughs Wellcome Foundation, Ltd., is a biomedical research foundation based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. The foundation has a partnership with the Duke University Medical Center and Hospital, fostering collaboration between the pharmaceutical industry and medical research.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 38 Issue 4, Apr 1980, p20-55, il, por
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North Carolina Citizens Association’s Congressional Roundtable consists of the chairmen of the Association’s eleven Congressional District Committees. At a recent meeting in Raleigh, these business leaders reviewed a variety of legislation and federal issues. Among the issues were federal spending and tax limitations, capital cost recovery, value-added tax, collective bargaining, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
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Ajinomoto Company, Inc., a major Japanese company, is constructing a plant facility in Raleigh for the production of amino acids. This will be Ajinomoto’s first manufacturing operation in the United States, and represents North Carolina’s largest Japanese industrial investment. The variety of amino acids produced will be used to add protein to food, intravenous solutions, and other medical compounds.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 38 Issue 4, Apr 1980, p26-56, il, por
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This article presents the biographies of major candidates in the North Carolina primaries and their views of major issues.
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