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June 2012

Too big to fell

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It’s been trimmed, but Bank of America still towers over the Financial 100, where its sheer size makes it a sequoia surrounded by saplings.

Independent production

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A successful business lawyer teams up with a tattooed dissident to save a video store but finds a happy ending is hard to come by.

Regional Report Eastern June 2012

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North Carolina’s fastest-growing county is poised to get its first hospital — make that two — now that Fayetteville-based Cape Fear Valley Health System and Pinehurst-based FirstHealth of the Carolinas Inc. have agreed to a truce.

Regional Report Triad June 2012

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Fueled by e-commerce on Facebook, Lexington company Lolly Wolly Doodle Inc. is a rapidly expanding enterprise.

Solid as a rock

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Cover story: Solid as a rock. For decades, that described Bank of Granite. Here’s what caused it to crumble.

When health care is wealth care

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Fine Print: It’s beginning to feel that health care is the American domestic equivalent to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Regional Report Western June 2012

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Buddy Greenwood, the former president and CEO of Bank of Asheville, pleaded guilty in May to federal charges of money laundering and wire fraud.

Regional Report Triangle June 2012

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GlaxoSmithKline PLC is gradually doing away with conventional work- stations at its Research Triangle Park campus, opting for a floating seat plan that saves money and increases productivity.

Regional Report Charlotte June 2012

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SunEnergy 1 LLC, a Mooresville-based solar-panel installer, has taken advantage of the spike in solar-energy tax breaks, with contracts jumping from about $50 million last year to an estimated $130 million in 2012.

By the book

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Up Front: Many religious people, as well the politicians who prey upon them, tend to pick and choose, treating the testaments like columns A and B on a menu at a Chinese restaurant, selecting from whichever whatever best fits their prejudices.

Baring their teeth

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Capital Goods: The fight over who can run the business side of a dental practice could leave both sides in need of some repair work to their pearly whites.

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