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Index of Selected Contents
of the January 2002 Issue
of the North Carolina Magazine

Cover Story

Cyber Crimes
New economy or old, e-commerce has opened up a world of opportunities — and
risks — for businesses. But as you branch out, ask yourself this: You’re insured
against virtually everything, so why expose your virtual business.

Economic Forecast

Business on the Rebound
It probably will not constitute a boom, but solid and steady growth should return 
to our economy in the months ahead, according our panel of experts, 
who say that undervalued stocks are there for the buying. 

Community Profile

Fast Forward
Davidson County has long been famous for its Lexington-style barbecue and more recently
has become known for great art. Now businesses, which like both its proximity to the
state’s largest cities and its small-town feel, are catching on as they look to grow.

Executive Profile

Trust Factor
Thirty-five years ago, Ed Dolby delivered on a promise to his country when he served
two years in India as a volunteer for the Peace Corps. He’s still delivering today as
a president for Bank of America, where he keeps his finger on the banking world.

Tar Heel Travels

The Greystone Inn
The views, the ambience and the amenities are intoxicating at this
luxurious landmark on Lake Toxaway in the North Carolina mountains.


Editor’s Desk
Executive Voices
Publisher’s Column
State Government

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