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North Carolina's largest business group proudly serves as the state chamber of commerce

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The NCCBI 2005 Legislative Agenda
Reports of the seven public policy committees listing recommendations on 80 important issues.
Member Guide to the 2005 General Assembly
Handy 9-page guide packed with data and contact info on 170 lawmakers.
Annual Meeting ticket order form
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Meet Biltmore Company executive Stephen Miller, this year's NCCBI chair. Learn about the Governor's Commission to Promote Government Efficiency and Savings on State Spending. Read the commission's final report. Learn about NCBEST and join the efficiency team!


Phil Kirk

Read Phil Kirk's latest magazine column. Click here to read a
welcome message from Kirk.



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Cover Story


Stephen P. Miller


Community Profile


 
Small Business



James Speed Jr.


Elizabeth II



From the current issue of
North Carolina Magazine


Healthy Business
 Steve Miller, executive vice president of the Biltmore Co., takes the helm as the 2005-06 NCCBI chair.

Today in North Carolina
IBM names new state executive. Dell breaks ground for its Winston-Salem facility.

Bullish on Durham
Durham has attracted several new major employers in the last year and is on an economic roll that includes the opening of the American Tobacco Complex and revitalizing its downtown.

Don't Trip Up
Businesses can keep worker' compensation costs to a minimum if they have the proper policies in place and get expert advice on avoiding common errors.

Selling the Vision
After retiring at 46, James Speed Jr. had to be coaxed back to work as CEO and president of North Carolina Mutual Insurance Co., but he plans to take the firm to new heights.

Wonders on the Waterway
By boat is the best way to travel from the Great Dismal Swamp to Old Baldy



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Editor's Desk
State Government
Executive Voices
NCCBI Connections
Publisher's Letter



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