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North Carolina Magazine Index for May 1999

C o v e r S t o r y
E-Commerce Made Easy
The Internet has changed the face of business, allowing companies 
to reach vendors and customers around the world.
Find out how e-commerce can help your business and what it'll take 
to make your presence known on the web.

E x e c u t i v e P r o f i l e
Building Consensus
For Ed McMahan, state legislator and vice chairman of Little & Associates, the state's
largest architectural firm, the contrasting settings have more in common than meets the eye.

Fitness & Health
Exercise Your Options
Getting fit needn't be torture. Fitness experts and some active NCCBI members offer their
tips on making exercise fun, staying motivated, and setting up a complete workout routine.

S t a t e G o v e r n m e n t
Could the State Weather Another Recession?
According to a report by the Washington-based Center on Budget and Policy Priorities,
North Carolina, among all states, is in the 13th worst shape for surviving a recession.

NCCBI Presses for Y2K Liability Law
North Carolina should emulate Virginia and a few other states that have enacted legislation to protect businesses against unreasonable lawsuits stemming from the Year 2000 computer problem.

Tar Heel Travels
The Sanderling Inn
A survey of Conde Nast readers ranks Duck's Sanderling Inn among the top 500 hotels in the world.
Find out why The Sanderling, the only North Carolina hotel to make the list, enjoys such an outstanding reputation.

Editorial, on the tobacco settlement
Executive Voices op-ed article on family-friendly workplace policies
Phil Kirk's letter on entrepreneurial schools


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