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Wednesday, September 28, 2022
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Monstrous impact likely from Tryon equestrian center’s September event

With nary a ball or roaring engine in sight, Polk County prepares to host one of the largest sporting events in state history.

North Carolina’s top 50 public companies

Business North Carolina’s annual list of public companies loses a famed tobacco name, gains some promising biotech ventures.

Rockwell-based Tiger World serves as wildlife sanctuary

Rowan county-based Tiger World is a wildlife sanctuary for more than 110 animals, including otters, bears, wallabies, parrots and, of course, big cats.

North State remains independent amid giant telecoms

A High Point clan led by Royster Tucker III dials up a strategy to remain independent among the giants.

CapTrust parent tops list of state’s biggest money managers

North Carolina’s largest money managers reported strong growth in a banner year for investors.

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N.C. State grad joins space race

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East Bend farm combines passion for wine and llamas

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United Way of Central Carolinas gets a reboot

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Jackie Grant leads the NC Bar Association

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Oscar-winning movie puts Sylva on the map

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