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Index of Selected Articles
from the December 2001 Issue
of the North Carolina Magazine

Cover Story

Learning the ABCs of Giving

There are few sure things in business, but many North Carolina companies
think they have found one in education, which has become a focus of their
charity as they look for a dividend in a future workforce.


Behind the Eight Ball

If you’ve taken a hit in the stock market in the past year, you’re far from alone.
Expecting a quick recovery is not the answer either, say experts, who advise
investors to look at the big picture and stay away from chancy schemes.  

Community Profile

High Tech, High Up

When one thinks of Asheville, mountain vistas, urban flair and unmatched tourist
attractions come to mind. Those offerings remain, but the state’s largest western
city is quietly emerging as a hotbed for information technology.     

Executive Profile

One, Two Punch

David and Betty Huskins fell in love with the North Carolina mountains and then
each other, and neither has waned in the past two decades. The two always seem at home,
whether they are helping run things in Raleigh or their beloved Linville Falls.

Tar Heel Travels

Grandfather Mountain

Few inherit a mountain, but Hugh Morton did and he knew what to do with it.
Fifty years after taking over Grandfather Mountain, the state’s most famous
photographer still offers tourists perfect pictures — without need of a camera.


Editor’s Desk
Today in North Carolina
State Government
Executive Voices
Publisher’s Column
Economic Development

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