2012-03

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Two of a kind make a pair?

Most of the state’s major corporations apparently believe the referendum on gay marriage is none of their business.

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Regional Report Western March 2012

Last summer, the N.C. Department of Commerce asked Andrew Tate, president and CEO of Henderson County Partnership for Economic Development, to join Project Fishbowl. So began the state and county’s combined wooing of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

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Do-it-yourself

Up Front: Business North Carolina compiled its own list of Tar Heel state top hospitals this year for the first time.

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The levy as a lever

Gearino: It’s always fun when tax season coincides with an election cycle.

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Her story and history

Mooneyham: On this, there can be no debate: Beverly Perdue made history.

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Raw deal

Burmese export Philip Maung found the American dream making sushi for high-end grocery stores. His company has won accolades from the White House.

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Buy the numbers

Data on how successfully, not how often, hospitals treat their patients will drive dollars under health-care reform.

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Regional Report Triangle March 2012

When Bob Geolas was a boy, his father took him to see construction at Research Triangle Park. Now he's the president and CEO of the Research Triangle Park Foundation of North Carolina.

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Regional Report Triad March 2012

Beginning this year, state law mandates that public utilities generate a portion of their power with swine and poultry waste, which can be converted to methane that fuels turbines.

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Regional Report Eastern March 2012

Queen Bee can’t talk, but it has quite a tale to tell, and Edenton-based Regulator Marine Inc., which manufactured the 26-foot center-console boat, hopes that story will strengthen the company’s recent resurgence.

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Regional Report Charlotte March 2012

The Charlotte energy sector, which President Barack Obama has repeatedly praised, features such behemoths as Duke Energy Corp. and Siemens Energy Inc., a subsidiary of Germany-based Siemens AG. But economic-development officials are quick to admit its biggest flaw: a lack of startups.

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