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Monday, February 6, 2023

July 2016

Dug in

The battle over House Bill 2 and its impact on North Carolina’s economy seems split between parallel universes.

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Up front: Dream team

Up front: Dream team

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Business North Carolina magazine receives some kudos, a credit to a savvy group.
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Town square: Right-sized retreat

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More western North Carolina newcomers are opting for Hendersonville over its more famous neighbor, Asheville. One reason is the city’s welcoming downtown.
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Point taken: Glazed and confused

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As Krispy Kreme prepares to go private, just how much are those oh-so-tempting doughnuts worth?
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NC trend: Summer lovin’

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Our summer round up; from park attendance to Duck doughnuts we look at what makes North Carolina special.
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NC trend: Painting the towns

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Drinking while drawing sparks robust gains for Wine and Design, a Raleigh firm.
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NC trend: Rural RX

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Campbell University is North Carolina’s first new medical school in 40 years and is training doctors who may serve smaller communities.
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NC trend: Ready, set, stop

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Raleigh hits the gas on Tesla Motors, but Charlotte dealers say not so fast.
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Triangle: Sowing seeds

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AgTech Accelerator, established in May and headquartered in Research Triangle Park, is focused on developing life-sciences companies that can help spur advances in crop and livestock production.
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Triad: Triple threat

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Randolph Hospital in Asheboro sealed a 10-year management agreement with Greensboro-based Cone Health.
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Charlotte: Online guaranty

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Keith Luedeman recently sold his online lending business Goodmortgage.com to First Guaranty Mortgage.
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East: (Good) night on the town

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James Goodnight, son of the richest man in North Carolina, is buying a bunch of Wilmington real estate with an eye toward helping make the city more attractive to businesses.
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West: Coffee buzz

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Americans’ latte love affair has helped fuel a comeback for Evergreen Packaging in Canton, western North Carolina’s largest paper mill.
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Life’s a pitch

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Nursing-home mogul Don Beaver waited a decade and a half for a center-city Charlotte ballpark. The payoff for his persistence: one of the nation’s most successful minor league baseball franchises.
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Labor gains

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While politics may change the story, North Carolina has a red-hot reputation, with many global and domestic companies viewing the state as a great location for expansions.
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Fund times

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The new Dimensional Fund Advisors’ office in Charlotte is certain to raise the city’s financial IQ.
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Biotech boon

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Danish drugmaker Novo Nordisk said last August it plans to invest $1.85 billion in the Johnston County plant, where it will make ingredients for diabetes products.
Linamar

Swiss bliss

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Switzerland’s GF Automotive and Canada’s Linamar Corp. formed GF Linamar LLC and picked Henderson County as the site of its first manufacturing plant.
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Pump it up

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Millions of people literally touch their products weekly, but one of the lesser-known success stories in North Carolina manufacturing may be Greensboro-based Gilbarco Veeder-Root.
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Craven haven

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Demand for high-end appliances is fueling economic growth in Craven County, with BSH Home Appliances announcing in December an $80.7 million expansion of its local operations that will add 460 jobs over five years.
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Weaving history

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Sticking to Burke County amid the textile industry’s flight overseas, Valdese Weavers is sharing its wealth with the company’s 950 employees.

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