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NCtrend: Showroom spotlight

NCtrend: Owners of the state's largest furniture store see a big future on the small screen.

2015-07

NCtrend: New skippers

NCtrend: The Murphy family steers into boat manufacturing.

2015-07

NCtrend: Heady ambition

NCtrend: Stitch’s leather head covers are scoring with U.S. and international golfers.

2015-07

NCtrend: Suit me up

NCtrend: Custom clothing is a growing business, unfazed by the trend toward casual dress.

2015-07

Statewide: Triangle region, July 2015

Monthly report of business news from the Triangle region.

2015-07

Statewide: Healthy foundations

Statewide: Communities lose control of their hospitals, but gain charities to address social needs.

2015-07

Statewide: Eastern region, July 2015

Monthly report of business news from the Eastern region.

2015-07

Statewide: Triad region, July 2015

Monthly report of business news from the Triad region.

2015-07

Statewide: Charlotte region, July 2015

Monthly report of business news from the Charlotte region.

2015-07

Statewide: Western region, July 2015

Monthly report of business news from the Western region.

2015-07

Breaking up is hard to do

Breaking up is hard to do: As they vie for an earth-shattering economic-development project, Triad leaders wonder if the benefits of regionalism have been oversold.  

2015-07

Growing gains

Growing gains: Amid disputes over state incentives, North Carolina racked up a banner year in attracting investment.

2015-07

Staying on track

Staying on track: Scion of a North Carolina family with a century of real-estate history, Clay Grubb positions his company to profit from the young and restless.

2015-07

Back on track

Back on track: North Carolina banks and credit unions are reporting big profit gains after working through most of their recession-era troubled loans.

2015-06

The math doesn't add up

Up Front: Schools filled with disadvantaged students struggle to boost achievement.

2015-06

Coasting on its laurels

TownSquare: No longer besieged by pirates or privateers, Southport retains a charm that attracts tourists seeking a laid-back, fishing-town vibe.

2015-06

Saving it forward

Free & Clear: State lawmakers, while focused on cutting costs and bad regulations, should take advantage of a better economy and job market to bolster the rainy-day fund.

2015-06

NCtrend: Dancing with the startups

NCtrend: HQ Raleigh co-founder spreads his entrepreneurial strategy around the Tar Heel state.

2015-06

NCtrend: Down on Main Street

NCtrend: Kannapolis city leaders plan to lift their quaint downtown by buying up property.

2015-06

NCtrend: Opportunity lost

NCtrend: Research shows poor children in most of North Carolina won't escape poverty.

2015-06