While it's better to win than lose, awards only tell part of the story.
Sharp ups, downs kept it interesting for investors in Tar Heel stocks.
When Susan DeVore sees a doctor, she’s an observant patient. “I will watch to see who actually enters information into the computer. Is it the doctor or the nurse? Is it somebody else?” she says. [...]
As hospitals face pressure to trim costs while serving more patients, Susan DeVore prepares her purchasing group to make the process hum.
By Lee Pace When Goldman Sachs executive Ken Brody asked Erskine Bowles for a political favor in mid-1992, the Charlotte banker felt obligated because his company had just received a nice [...]
More than 20 years after leaving his investment bank, Erskine Bowles still influences dozens of former colleagues in the finance industry.
Economic-development prospects for North Carolina's mountain region face steeper odds as the state shifts its industry-recruitment strategy.
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Business development companies are filling a lending niche for higher-interest business loans.
15 top-paid athletes will earn nearly $147 million this year — excluding endorsements.
Marty Nester spins U.S.-made hosiery targeted at bikers, hikers and other thrill-seekers.
Gaurav Patel, 32, wastes no time developing a lineup of trendy Triangle restaurants.
Two North Carolina Republicans played vital roles in promoting tax reform, best known as supply-side economics, that endures despite bipartisan criticism.
Fair Bluff thinks slicker marketing of its tasty watermelons can sweeten long-term prospects for the small river town.
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