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August 2015

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Top of the game

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While it's better to win than lose, awards only tell part of the story.

Movers, shakers

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Sharp ups, downs kept it interesting for investors in Tar Heel stocks.

Family business

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When Susan DeVore sees a doctor, she’s an observant patient. “I will watch to...

Premier position

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As hospitals face pressure to trim costs while serving more patients, Susan DeVore prepares her purchasing group to make the process hum.

A political bromance

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By Lee Pace When Goldman Sachs executive Ken Brody asked Erskine Bowles for a political...

Erskine’s web

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More than 20 years after leaving his investment bank, Erskine Bowles still influences dozens of former colleagues in the finance industry.

Tough climb

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Economic-development prospects for North Carolina's mountain region face steeper odds as the state shifts its industry-recruitment strategy.

Statewide: Western region, August 2015

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Monthly report of business news from the Western region.

Statewide: Triad region, August 2015

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Monthly report of business news from the Triad region.

Statewide: Charlotte region, August 2015

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Monthly report of business news from the Charlotte region.

Statewide: Triangle region, August 2015

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Monthly report of business news from the Triangle region.

Statewide: Eastern region, August 2015

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Monthly report of business news from the Eastern region.

Statewide: Private equity’s public appeal

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Business development companies are filling a lending niche for higher-interest business loans.

NCtrend: Taking stock of the jocks

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15 top-paid athletes will earn nearly $147 million this year — excluding endorsements.

NCtrend: Bullish on the sock market

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Marty Nester spins U.S.-made hosiery targeted at bikers, hikers and other thrill-seekers.

NCtrend: Hunger gains

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Gaurav Patel, 32, wastes no time developing a lineup of trendy Triangle restaurants.

Name that boon

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Two North Carolina Republicans played vital roles in promoting tax reform, best known as supply-side economics, that endures despite bipartisan criticism.

Lumber thrills

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Fair Bluff thinks slicker marketing of its tasty watermelons can sweeten long-term prospects for the small river town.

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