Golf 2017: Fine form

Three top-rated courses are poised to give this year’s PGA Tour a distinct Tar Heel appeal.

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NC trend: Show stoppers

Once a star performer in the U.S. film industry, North Carolina is now more of a bit player.

Free + clear: Clash of the bully pulpits

In the debate over House Bill 2, opinions diverge on who is the intimidator.

Town square: Facebook’s friend

Aided by the social-networking behemoth and a Taiwanese textile company, Forest City is lumbering ahead.

Triangle: H street shuffle

Massive changes are taking place along Raleigh’s Hillsborough Street.

Eastern: Doctor dealing

The pending merger of ECU Physicians and Vidant Medical Group, each of which employs about 400 doctors, will have a combined staff of more than 1,200.

NC trend: On the bright side

The fast-growing residential solar market means more business for a finance company’s N.C. office.

Triad: Learning tree

The BB&T Leadership Institute is stepping up its game with a plush leadership training site near Piedmont Triad International Airport.

Charlotte: Smoky clears

Superlatives come easy in describing the sale of Bissell Companies’ Ballantyne Corporate Park to New York investors Northwood Group.

NC trend: Battle to business

The talent pool of military veterans is deep says Dean Bundschu, executive director of Bunker Labs, so why don’t more of them own their own companies?

Money talk: King of the mill

Brokerage giant LPL stakes a claim in suburban Charlotte, led by ex-Queen City financial executive Dan Arnold.

NC trend: Freight state

Driver shortages, autonomous vehicles and home delivery are forcing Old Dominion Freight Line to stay nimble.

Golf 2017: No surrender

Methodist University’s Jerry Hogge is fighting the faltering golf economy by continuing to educate the sport’s leaders.

Western: Heels aim high

Appalachian State University agreed to a three game series with UNC Chapel Hill.

Golf 2017: Double time

The world’s best players will test golf architect Tom Fazio’s designs at two elite tournaments in North Carolina this year.

Golf 2017: Future field

The First Tee today means something very different. It’s a formal organization founded in the late 1990s by five marquee golf organizations to attract more kids to the sport.

Golf 2017: Golf trippers

Perry Golf offers well-heeled golfers a whack at the world’s most famous links.

Up front: Come together

Why does the middle of the road so often get the middle finger?

After the flood

It’s been six months since Hurricane Matthew menaced eastern North Carolina, the latest in a long list of storms.

Life sciences round table: Big benefits in little packages

Life-sciences companies are using the smallest organisms to improve North Carolina’s largest industry, agriculture.

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