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Index of  the April 2001 Issue 
of the North Caroline Magazine


Cover Story


Be Prepared
With an eye toward increasing corporate profits, NCCBI's new chairman,
Gordon Myers of Asheville, believes investing in worker training programs
will be a boon to association members.

Executive Profile


Duke's Power
Bill Coley says he has the best of both worlds, having changed jobs about 20 times while
working for the same company for nearly 35 years. What hasn't changed is the
energy he steadfastly supplies in running the Carolinas' largest utility.

Special Section
Everybody's Talking
North Carolina's ever-growing Northeast region is doing its best to protect its historic past
even as it becomes a full-time home to several new industries and a temporary
home to hordes of tourists.

Economic Development
Ports Authority Pursues New Alliances
Our state is now the 12th largest exporter to world markets and leads the nation in landing new foreign-owned facilities. That's good news for the state's aggressive Ports Authority,
which is in the midst of an historic capital investment program.

Departments
Editor's Desk
Publisher's Column
Executive Voices
Tar Heel Travels

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