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Saturday, December 3, 2022
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December 2018

Seth Gross supports local suppliers in his Durham brewpub

Seth Gross helps small farmers thrive and fosters community engagement at his downtown Durham brewpub.

Raleigh’s Clean puts employees first

Putting staff’s needs ahead of clients powers a marketing agency’s strategic growth.

Ketchie’s custom machined parts keep businesses up and running

A 71-year-old Concord company continues the family tradition of manufacturing custom machined parts through three generations.

Powell & Stokes whets appetites with roasted snacks, farm supplies

Entering its 100th year, Powell & Stokes sells farm supplies and roasted snacks that offer a toast to Bertie County.

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Fielding Miller makes Captrust a powerhouse

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Fielding Miller avoids private equity and debt in building a national player in wealth management.

2018 Best Doctors

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Boston-based Best Doctors Inc. asks doctors to identify specialists they think are the best in their fields. An abridged list of 31 specialties follows.

Opinion: Lew Ebert leaves NC Chamber on a high note

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A key trade-group leader played frontman as North Carolina turned right.

Opinion: Raleigh and Charlotte should be a twin bid for recruiting

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Raleigh and Charlotte should be a twin bid in recruiting — Raleigh for tech brainpower and Charlotte for administrative talent.

North Carolina’s craft vendors make gift-giving easy

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North Carolina’s craft vendors make gift-giving easy.

TransEnterix’s pledge to reduce operating-room costs

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Undeterred by startup losses topping $380 million, TransEnterix’s pledge to reduce operating-room costs awaits a big payoff.

American Forest Management has the biggest timber and land-management business in the nation

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A firm with roots in Charlotte boasts the biggest timber and land-management business in the nation, overseeing more than 6 million acres.

Former Office Depot CEO finds purpose in locally grown family business

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A former office depot CEO finds purpose in a locally grown family business in Alamance County.

South State’s peppier growth comes from Charlotte and Richmond

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South Carolina’s biggest bank bets on Charlotte and Richmond for peppier growth.
Red Hat

IBM acquires Red Hat for $34 billion

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IBM’s $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat, the third-biggest tech deal in U.S. history, caps an incredible run for the Raleigh-based company that Bob Young and Matt Ewing started in 1993-94.

Changes to Business 40 will provide a safer thoroughfare in Winston-Salem

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In mid-November, the state closed a 1.2-mile stretch of U.S. 421 and Interstate 40 Business, often called “Business 40,” as part of a multiyear plan to build a safer, less-curvy thoroughfare adjacent to the Twin City’s revitalized downtown.

Ribbon helps home buyers finance a purchase

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If a customer finds a home but needs extra time to arrange financing, Ribbon steps in and pays cash for the home.

Duke Energy plans battery-storage projects for Asheville and Hot Springs

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Storing energy in batteries, a technology that has entranced electric utilities for years, is getting closer to more widespread adoption as Duke Energy invests in small projects in Hot Springs and Asheville.
West Jefferson

Holiday hangout

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The center of the Christmas-tree world and North Carolina’s cheese market is nestled in an increasingly popular western hamlet.

Tourism pushes back against two hurricanes

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At this month’s round table, our experts discussed the role of tourism in the state’s economy and the challenge of recovering from two hurricanes.

State educators train and maintain a local workforce

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State educators train and maintain a local workforce.

The coast comes together to put Hurricane Florence behind them

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In coastal Carolina, organizations come together to put Hurricane Florence behind them.

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