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January 2018

2018 Legal Elite: Guilty Pleasures

Photos By John Gessner and Mike Belleme We’ve all got them — simple indulgences that help us unwind and clear our heads at the end...

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2018 Legal Elite: Guilty Pleasures

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Harry Smith goes to Chapel Hill

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A leader in the UNC System’s new power structure, eastern N.C. investor Harry Smith savors efficiency.

Golf Pride provides a firm grip

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Golf pride moves its headquarters to a prominent address in pinehurst.

Queen City Fintech is a business accelerator for financial-technology startups

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Queen City Fintech is literally a world-class accelerator for financial technology companies in Charlotte.

Which Tar Heel business leaders had a mighty 2017?

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Our take on the visionaries whose fortunes soared in concert with North Carolina’s rapid growth.

Stock pickers’ North Carolina favorites for 2018

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Stock forecasting is a crapshoot.

Hatteras investment fund attracts a stellar lineup

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Synergy and a seasoned team help Hatteras Venture Partners foster startup success.

Otterbourg’s hits and misses in 2017

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My crystal ball wasn’t perfect, but there’s always next year. I say yes on the car plant, no on Amazon.

Triangle startup Locus attracts $19 million to fight infections

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In November, Locus Biosciences raised $19 million to develop antimicrobial drugs to fight infection.

German syringe maker expanding Wilson plant, aided by incentives

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Fresenius Kabi is expanding its line of pre-filled syringes in Wilson.

Food halls popping up in Charlotte and Raleigh

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A new type of dining destination is gaining ground. Just don’t confuse food halls with its mall cousin.

Dale Jr. tops ranking of North Carolina’s most popular pro athletes

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Who are the state’s most successful professional athletes? depends on how you measure it.

At age 134, Poyner Spruill takes a younger look

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A Raleigh law firm looks for a younger edge, hoping to sustain its success against larger rivals.

Ben Sutton Jr.’s new ballgame

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Ben Sutton Jr. started Teall Investments, a private-equity firm backed by contacts Sutton made during his sports-marketing career, in 2016.

Fox Factory adds suspense in Asheville

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Fox Factory Holding makes shock absorbers and racing-suspension products for mountain bikes, snowmobiles, motorcycles and other off-road vehicles.

Statesville toasts its crossroads appeal

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Statesville stakes a claim at one of the state’s busiest intersections.

Bojangles’ cooks up a rebound strategy

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After seven years of consistent growth, Bojangles’ stalls as costs rise and fast-food rivals slash prices.

Moore County marches forward, bolstered by tourists and the military

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Moore County’s recently unveiled strategic development plan aims to improve its standing by leveraging its economic strengths, including tourism and a military presence.

Energized 2018

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A guide to the energy industry in the Carolinas

North Carolina’s renewable-energy industry is positioned for success

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Bountiful supplies, new technology and fresh guidance from Raleigh have North Carolina’s renewable-energy industry positioned for success.

Technology is changing how energy providers interact with customers

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Technology is changing how utilities provide energy to and interact with their customers.

Nuclear energy’s role won’t change in the future

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North Carolina’s nuclear power plants have provided an important source of electricity for nearly a half-decade. Industry experts say that role won’t change soon.

Scenesetters: 2017 Small Business of the Year

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2017 Small Business of the Year

Transportation round table: Upward mobility

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North Carolina’s transportation industry is expanding, adapting and preparing to keep the state’s economy moving forward.

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