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July 2015

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Prevailing wisdom

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Female leaders across the state share their experiences in the workplace and offer some advice for the next generation of women.

Statewide: Triangle region, July 2015

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Monthly report of business news from the Triangle region.

Staying on track

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Scion of a North Carolina family with a century of real-estate history, Clay Grubb positions his company to profit from the young and restless.

Statewide: Western region, July 2015

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Monthly report of business news from the Western region.

Statewide: Triad region, July 2015

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Monthly report of business news from the Triad region.

Statewide: Healthy foundations

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Communities lose control of their hospitals, but gain charities to address social needs.

Statewide: Eastern region, July 2015

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Monthly report of business news from the Eastern region.

Statewide: Charlotte region, July 2015

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Monthly report of business news from the Charlotte region.

Rock steady

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A mountaintop refuge for centuries, Blowing Rock ranks among the state's most beloved and prosperous towns.

NCtrend: Suit me up

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Custom clothing is a growing business, unfazed by the trend toward casual dress.

NCtrend: Showroom spotlight

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Owners of the state's largest furniture store see a big future on the small screen.

NCtrend: New skippers

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The Murphy family steers into boat manufacturing.

NCtrend: Heady ambition

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Stitch’s leather head covers are scoring with U.S. and international golfers.

Hammer time

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In a state filled with jewels like Lanier's Hardware, more respect and less sniping would be nice.

Growing gains

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Amid disputes over state incentives, North Carolina racked up a banner year in attracting investment.

Don’t panic: We still have biscuits

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After another auto plant rejection, it's tempting to go the way of South Carolina with more groveling and fat tax breaks. Instead, let's focus on our state's many strengths.

Breaking up is hard to do

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As they vie for an earth-shattering economic-development project, Triad leaders wonder if the benefits of regionalism have been oversold.

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