Thursday, June 30, 2022

November 2012

The last one out


The economy is better, but top contractors are still suffering in the recession's wake.

A world of knowledge


Cover story: RTI International thinks it can continue to flourish by using minds over matters.

Regional Report Triad November 2012


Red Oak Brewery's CEO says a state law requiring beer makers to turn all of their distribution over to wholesalers if they produce more than 25,000 31-gallon barrels in a year has stymied his expansion plans.

Regional Report Triangle November 2012


Two Davidson College soccer teammates started Raleigh-based Creasman and Baltz Inc., a high-end pen maker.

Time to pay down the uncertainty principal


Free & Clear: Some have dismissed concerns about policy uncertainty as partisans attacking Obama. It’s more than a talking point, and it didn’t start with this president. 

Who reads us


Up Front: Business North Carolina's readers are an erudite bunch.

Hugh’s view


Looking back, Hugh McColl recalls two turning points in a career that created the biggest bank in America.

Regional Report Western November 2012

A Valle Crucis harness maker finds success by expanding to the military.

Regional Report Eastern November 2012


Sanderson Farms Inc., the nation’s fourth-largest chicken processor, announced in August it will open a hatchery in southern Nash County, the first step in a $91.4 million project that is expected to add a processing plant and field to spray poultry waste within five years.

Catching grief in troubled waters


Capital Goods: The fishing industry in North Carolina faces a lot of uncertainty these days, and it does so without a dedicated champion in the legislature.

Regional Report Charlotte November 2012


Harris Teeter Supermarkets Inc., born in Charlotte and now based in the Queen City suburb of Matthews, has long dominated the upper end of the grocery market in and around its hometown, but a new rival Publix is threatening its turf.