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Selected Contents of the December 1999 Issue

C o v e r S t o r y

Earnings Report
In a staggering number of ways, the state's business community continues to make education one of its top priorities in corporate philanthropy and citizenship. Companies and their employees are mentoring, tutoring, donating money and equipment, providing family-friendly working environments and more.

F i n a n c e

Yule Save
Pulling last year's tax records might not be your idea of festive holiday fun, but doing so now could save you money later. The end of the year's the time to get your fiscal life in check to reduce your taxes in 1999 and 2000.

F e a t u r e

Counting to 10
This month marks Phil Kirk's tenth anniversary as president and secretary of NCCBI and publisher of North Carolina magazine. We caught up with him to talk about some of his successes and plans for the future of the organization.

E x e c u t i v e P r o f i l e

Calling Home
Dwight Allen, the president of Sprint's Mid-Atlantic operations, feels a special responsibility to his company's customers and employees as they recover from the destruction Hurricane Floyd wreaked on eastern North Carolina.

T a r H e e l T r a v e l s

Pine Needles
Christmas comes early this year to Southern Pines' Pine Needles Resort which will host the U.S. Open Women's Golf Championship, an event that is nearly sold out in tickets and corporate tents.

D E P A R T M E N T S

Editor's Desk. NCCBI News Executive Voices. State Government.

 

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