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Launching restaurants through thick and thin

How some defiant and determined restaurateurs are launching new establishments amidst an industry meltdown. You may not have to be crazy to start a new...

The state’s best new structures

A new, sprawling multiuse space in the Queen City’s trendy South End neighborhood. A 22-story tower in downtown Raleigh that boasts the title of...

Duda Paine Q&A

Among the latest niches of Durham architects Turan Duda and Jeffrey Paine are high-traffic university student union buildings that connect town and gown. The 118,000-square-foot...

Measuring the mid-market

The COVID-19 crisis upended the business world in myriad ways. Business North Carolina assembled three veteran executives of fast-growing businesses and three service professionals...

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