Wednesday, July 6, 2022

February 2017

Remaking Winston-Salem

After several false starts, North Carolina’s most famous tobacco town, Winston-Salem, shows signs of rebirth.

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Up front: Gimme shelter

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Town square: Sanford’s sons

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Hammered in the recession, the Lee County seat of Sanford has rebounded and is taking better advantage of its proximity to the Triangle.

Free + clear: Power politics

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Sure, Republicans played rough in stripping Gov. Roy Cooper’s power, continuing an old Raleigh tradition. The republic will endure.
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My time: Alaina Money

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Where is Alaina Money at 2 p.m. on a Saturday? The busy Garman Homes executive makes time for her Apex family through a weekend ritual of cooking with her daughters.
Mick McMahan

Money talk: Belmont stakes

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A money manager, Mick McMahan, shifts from financial advising to private equity with aplomb.
Round Table

Economic Forecast Round Table: Strong position

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North Carolina’s desirable business climate will help its economy navigate uncertainty sparked largely by the recent elections.
Pig

Eastern: Passing gas

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A long-standing goal of turning pig and poultry poop into energy is being met by Carbon Cycle Energy’s plant near Warsaw
Grill

Triangle: Backyard brawl

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A federal judge in Raleigh ordered Wal-Mart to pay $32.5 million to Art Pope’s Variety Wholesalers for infringing its “Backyard” trademark.

Triad: Winston wheels

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Richard Rauck is spearheading a campaign to establish the National Cycling Center in the Twin City.

Charlotte: Frontier rising

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Frontier Capital, founded by Andrew Lindner and Richard Maclean, recently invested in AccessOne, a Fort Mill, S.C-based health care startup.
Burnett Reservoir in Black Mountain.

Western: Troubled waters

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Asheville is involved in water wars with it's neighbors.

2017 Business Handbook

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2017 Business Handbook
Bill Thompson

Centurions: Stiff resolve

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Much Scotland County history is wrapped up in a local funeral parlor that survived war, the Depression and a 61-year-old mummy.

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