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September 2012

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Shareholder return is rising faster than CEO compensation, our list shows. And that’s without a nay say-on-pay vote

Regional Report Charlotte September 2012

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Charlotte plans to flip the shuttered Eastland Mall shopping center to private developers who would turn part of it into studios and soundstages for the region’s growing film industry.

Regional Report Western September 2012

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A late freeze that ruined between 70% and 80% of the apple harvest this year — worst since 1955 — was particularly damaging to Henderson County.

Regional Report Triangle September 2012

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Comedian Louis C.K. made headlines in June when he announced tickets for his fall stand-up tour would be sold exclusively through his website. Rolling Stone speculated that the artist-controlled model might offer a new way of doing business for traveling entertainers of all stripes. But Travis Janovich, the founder and CEO of Morrisville-based Etix.com Inc. — the ticket platform C.K. uses to process sales — isn’t so sure the comedian’s gambit signals a sea change.

Regional Report Triad September 2012

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Employment predictions at FedEx Corp.'s air-cargo hub at Piedmont Triad International Airport have fallen short.

Regional Report Eastern September 2012

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Kinston Republican Stephen LaRoque resigned from the General Assembly in July after federal prosecutors charged him with eight counts of financial fraud related to two nonprofit lenders he operated.

For job growth, state should think small

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Free & Clear: Rather than touting and ignoring rankings of the North Carolina’s business climate, leaders need to think about what really matters: economic performance.

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Shareholder return is rising faster than CEO compensation, our list shows. And that’s without a nay say-on-pay vote

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Bruce Cochrane resurrected his family business because he believes manufacturing will come back from China.

Tide is turning in Tar Heel politics

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Capital Goods: Money follows power, and for decades it went to the pro-business Democrats who dominated state government. Now Republicans rule the roost in Raleigh.

Run up the score

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Cover story: The ACC must run up the score with its TV football deals to stay in the game.

Keeping score

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Up Front: The story behind this month's Business North Carolina cover story on ACC expansion.

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