Wednesday, July 6, 2022

April 2017

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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Jerry Hogge Methodist University

Golf 2017: No surrender

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Methodist University’s Jerry Hogge is fighting the faltering golf economy by continuing to educate the sport’s leaders.
Phil Gilboy St. Andrews Perry Golf

Golf 2017: Golf trippers

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

Golf 2017: Future field

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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.
Tom Fazio

Golf 2017: Double time

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

After the flood

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

Up front: Come together

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

Free + clear: Clash of the bully pulpits

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

Money talk: King of the mill

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

Town square: Facebook’s friend

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

NC trend: Show stoppers

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

NC trend: Freight state

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

NC trend: Battle to business

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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?
residential solar

NC trend: On the bright side

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

Eastern: Doctor dealing

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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.

Charlotte: Smoky clears

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Superlatives come easy in describing the sale of Bissell Companies’ Ballantyne Corporate Park to New York investors Northwood Group.
BB&T

Triad: Learning tree

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

Triangle: H street shuffle

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

Western: Heels aim high

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Appalachian State University agreed to a three game series with UNC Chapel Hill.
Life Sciences Round Table

Life sciences round table: Big benefits in little packages

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

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