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Tropical spender

Fine Print: What I learned from my Week of Living Large as a one-percenter.

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Debt and taxes

Capital Goods: North Carolina has borrowed $2.7 billion from the federal government for unemployment benefits. Now, the money has to be repaid.

2012_04

Business's man

Cover story: House Speaker Thom Tillis is North Carolina's most focused free-market legislative leader in a long time — maybe ever.

2012_04

Bank exchange

As North Carolina-based banks labor, out-of-state invaders take their place.

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Regional Report Eastern April 2012

A Wilmington real-estate project that was undeveloped and unfunded is under construction and flush with Chinese cash, thanks to a foreign-investor program offered by U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services.

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Back in the high life

Top golf courses: Once under a mountain of debt, a golf development near Sylva has a new owner, new business model and new hope.

2012_04

North Carolina's best golf courses

Top golf courses: Annual ranking of the Tar Heel state's best golf courses.

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Change of course

Top golf courses: Tom Fazio might be North Carolina’s most esteemed course designer, but even he had to adjust to life after the recession.

2012_04

Regional Report Triad April 2012

T-shirt printer and dyer TS Designs' Cotton of the Carolinas brand sources everything — including cotton and manufacturing — within the state.

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Regional Report Western April 2012

Asheville-based nonprofit Mountain BizWorks Inc. wants to lend larger sums to businesses past the startup phase.

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Regional Report Charlotte April 2012

A UNC Charlotte economist says a minor-league ballpark in uptown Charlotte would generate $66.4 million and create 749 jobs in Mecklenburg County if it’s open by 2014. 

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Regional Report Triangle April 2012

Martin Marietta launched an unsolicited bid in December for Birmingham, Ala.-based Vulcan, which is suing Martin Marietta, contending that its use of confidential information in an unfriendly takeover bid was the pits.

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Regional Report Charlotte December 2012

Leading up to the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, the host committee kept saying fundraising was “right on track.” But somewhere along the line it ran off the rails.

2012-12

McCrory lifts the Charlotte curse

Capital Goods: Republican Pat McCrory breaks the so-called Charlotte curse by winning the governor's race.

2012-12

Laws of physic

Up Front: Time is money when it comes to medical care.

2012-12

Best Doctors 2012

The Best Doctors in North Carolina by specialty.

2012-12

Regional Report Triad December 2012

The Triad recently became the only region with five of the state’s 10 largest health systems after Carolinas HealthCare System and UNC Health Care made inroads there.

2012-12

High on the hog

Small Business of the Year Runner-up: Prima Tech USA Inc. is the nation’s largest maker and distributor of animal-health applicators.

2012-12

Another way to win tax reform

Free & Clear: The expected tax-reform battle might not end up being much of a battle at all.

2012-12

It takes time to heal

Patients are willing to pay a premium to get extra time from physicians at concierge medical practices.

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