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The late 1970s were a troubled time for The Bahnson Company in Winston-Salem, which since 1915 has been designing, manufacturing, marketing and installing in-plant environmental control systems for industries. Bahnson partnered with the Swedish company, Flakt, Inc., and became Flakt, Inc./Bahnson Division in 1981. The division’s president, J. Thomas Brown, discusses the company’s evolution and operations in air-conditioning and environmental control.
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33074
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Public relations is a growth profession in North Carolina because more and more executives recognize that the function must play a key role in corporate management decisions. Chief executive officers of various North Carolina corporations discuss their role and how public relations affects their company’s image and reputation.
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33072
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Elizabeth Hanford Dole, also known as Liddy, comes from the prominent Hanford family in Salisbury, North Carolina. In 1983, she became the United States Secretary of Transportation. This article discusses her background and accomplishments which led Liddy to her current position.
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33073
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There have been several changes in the advertising industry, including an overabundance of mergers and acquisitions involving both advertisers and agencies. In North Carolina, companies have chosen the acquisition route. This has enabled growth and expansion in advertising agencies.
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