the February 2000 Issue
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n a g e m e n t
Sweet and Sour
leaders and state officials can't believe that
Mt. Olive Pickle Co.,
the backbone of its community, has been targeted
by a union boycott.
t a i l i n g
In The Blood
Broyhill, scion of the furniture-famous family in
is CEO of one investment fund and president of
five other companies.
He's carrying on a long tradition of Broyhills in
j o r E v e n t s
Nasdaq Meets NASCAR
High tech meets high octane at NCCBI's Annual
Meeting in Raleigh on March 15.
Convention speakers are Al Berkeley, president of
the Nasdaq Market, and "Humpy" Wheeler,
president of Lowe's Motor Speedway and owner of
five other NASCAR tracks.
l u m n s
State Government on the new rankings of
counties for business tax credits.
Executive Voices on sustainable forestry,
by Weyerhaeuser president and CEO Steven R. Rogel
Tar Heel Travels on best hotels, inns and
B&Bs around the state.