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NCtrend: Moogfest's new direction: SXSW

NCtrend: Moogfest's new direction: SXSW


Closing credits

Cover story: Closing credits: A state incentive made North Carolina a haven for Hollywood, but tax reform may end the show.


NCtrend: Behind the music

Behind the music: NPR theme songs are made possible by the generous contributions of this guy.


NCtrend: Life after Tiger

Case study: The Cliffs looks to shine without its biggest star.


Skins game

Feature: Harold Varner takes aim at becoming one of the rarest things in golf — a black pro.


Closing at the Opens

Feature: Companies are pining for the chance to bolster business at Pinehurst No.2.


Statewide: Charlotte region, March 2014

Monthly report of business news from the Charlotte region.


Statewide: Western region, March 2014

Monthy report of business news from the Western region.


NCtrend: Keeping the score under 140

Keeping the score under 140: Former Blue Devil Jay Bilas twits the NCAA with tweets to win athletes sweat equity.


2013 Falls into Place

2013 Falls into Place: An array of last year's executive excess, financial failings and baleful blunders. In other words, business as usual.


The king of comedy

Feature: He reigns over the biggest U.S. chain of comedy clubs, but for Brian Heffron, business isn’t a laughing matter.


Wheeling & dealing

Cover story: Wheeling & Dealing, Cars made Bruton Smith very rich. No wonder he seems to believe “it’s my way or the highway.”


Their brothers' keepers

Their Brothers' Keepers. The Peyton boys tend to each other and the golf course. If they do the former, the latter will one day be theirs.


Running the good races

Saturday night under the lights at Bowman Gray Stadium draws the most fans each week of any short track in the nation.


The drive

Before becoming a golf czar, John McConnell got canned. The firing only fueled his desire to build something better.


Regional Report Triad July 2013

Winston-Salem is getting out of the sports entertainment arena, planning to sell Bowman Gray Stadium and Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum.


Regional Report Western July 2013

The southern part of Asheville’s central business district is experiencing a rebirth as startups and expanding businesses seek affordable property close to the city’s more-expensive downtown.


Regional Report Eastern June 2013

North Carolina lawmakers are weighing whether to cut incentives to the state's film industry.


Prepping Pinehurst

No stranger to big tournaments, Pinehurst No. 2 will make history in 2014 with two U.S. Opens in two weeks played there.


Being Trumped

Up Front: Donald Trump woos to make a favorable impression of his new Mooresville course.