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Pillars of North Carolina: Sherwood Smith Jr. led the nuclear charge
Sherwood Smith Jr., a lawyer, rose to power at the state’s second-largest electric utility just as nuclear production swept into vogue.
N.C. manufacturers produce more with fewer staffers
North Carolina’s manufacturing remains a potent force as leaders worry about how to replace aging workers.
Top stock picks for 2020: Honeywell, Albemarle lead the favorites
Diversity and expansion are key in this year’s installment of Business North Carolina’s annual stock-picking contest.
2020: An early peek at the year ahead
Columnist Dan Barkin sooths events of the year to come, the first of a new decade that will finally see free in-flight Wi-Fi. Predictions are compliant with all applicable regulations.
PE-backed Segra raises N.C. stakes with North State acquisition
North State Telecommunications, a High Point-based telecom with 19th-century roots, is being acquired by growing Charlotte-based fiber-bandwidth provider Segra.
Town Square: Proximity to Triad cities gives Kernersville a boost
Kernersville’s proximity to the Triad’s biggest cities and a revived downtown are sparking fresh notice.
Opinion: A decade later, North Carolina rebounds
North Carolina enters 2020 in a revitalized state, versus a decade earlier.
North Carolina’s 65-plus population has grown significantly over the last decade, outpacing the national trend.
Moore County makes advances in health care, tourism and supporting veterans
Moore County makes advances in health care, veteran-owned businesses, agritourism and the performing arts
Scene setters: 2019 mfgCON
On Nov. 13-14, Business North Carolina and the North Carolina Manufacturing Extension Partnership hosted...