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April 2018

Biscuitville shows there’s power in flour

Keeping growth ambitions in check, family-owned Biscuitville has developed a loyal following by sticking to its kneading.

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Biscuitville shows there’s power in flour

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Keeping growth ambitions in check, family-owned Biscuitville has developed a loyal following by sticking to its kneading.
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2018 top 100 golf courses in North Carolina

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We’re pleased to present the North Carolina Golf Panel’s annual listing of the state’s top 100 courses for 2018.
Pinehurst No. 2

N.C. Golf: The 2018 listing of North Carolina’s top 100 courses

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The 2018 listing of North Carolina’s top 100 golf courses
Kris Spence

N.C. Golf: Designer Spence restores courses’ glory

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Kris Spence’s specialty is restoring the state’s classic tracks.
Kelly Miller

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Two revered Sandhills resorts take a different swing at a new generation.
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N.C. Golf: Three Triangle courses with a scholarly approach

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Three golf courses in the Triangle are on-campus, open-to-the-public layouts and among the state’s best.
Dormie Club

N.C. Golf: New owners revive purist’s favorite Dormie Club

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Moogfest champions technology as a tool for creativity

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Nicole Sodoma’s fighting spirit helps resolve family feuds

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Charlotte lawyer Nicole Sodoma guides clients through the complex process of divorce, custody and other family matters.

ALEC chief Jason Saine’s path to political power

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The state business community’s favorite lawmaker, Jason Saine, networks his way into influence.

VF shakes up portfolio with Nautica sale

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VF continues shaking up its portfolio, with recent announcements it will sell the well-known Nautica brand and acquire Altra.

Wilkesboro promotes music heritage as community builder

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MerleFest’s hometown seizes on its bluegrass roots as it plots a renewal.

Startup spirit stirring in N.C. community banking

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Two Charlotte area groups are poised to become the first bank startups in the state since 2009.

RumbleOn aims to lead online sales of motorcycles

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Two auto-industry innovators aim to rev sales of pre-owned motorcycles.

Tru Color Brewing recruits active gang members

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Last June, Taylor launched Tru Colors Brewing, which employs about 30 active Port City gang members.

No Evil Foods, sold in 25 states, is growing in Weaverville

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No Evil Foods sells its “plant meat” products in more than 250 stores in 25 states.

Solar investing, war experience spur McCready’s political career

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Dan McCready and Rye Barcott build an investment company hinged on North Carolina’s surging solar industry.

Alliance One’s stock smokin’ on cannabis plans

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Alliance One International, a leaf tobacco merchant dating back to the early 20th century, is hitting a high with new investments in the e-liquid, industrial hemp and cannabis markets.

Washburn: The case against film industry incentives

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Incentives for filmmakers produce short-term highs with few long-term gains.

In 50th year, Fairystone Fabrics grows at double-digit pace

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Jim Bryan builds a thriving manufacturer at Fairystone Fabrics with assistance from an industry giant.

Tiger Woods reappears as golf’s dominant force

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Golf’s dominant force reappears, boosting hopes for an industry that has lost some luster.

Leading-edge technology spurs biomanufacturing growth

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Leading-edge technology spurs biomanufacturing growth.

North Carolina’s industrial parks have the right fit

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North Carolina’s industrial parks come in a wide array of sizes and uses.

International firms invest billions in eastern North Carolina

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International firms are investing billions in eastern North Carolina.

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