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Index of Selected Contents
of the February 2003 Issue
of the North Carolina Magazine


Learning & Earning
You know you need workforce training, so let's talk
about where to get it and how much you should pay

Regional Business Reports
Bank of Granite Enters New Market
The Caldwell County-based bank acquires First Commerce Corp.
and will take its hometown style into Charlotte for the first time

Real Estate

Buyer's Market
Now may be the best time to lease office space, but
there's more to consider than the per-foot cost

Community Profile

New Horizons
Greensboro, long an economic and social pacesetter in
North Carolina, is positioned for an era of fresh business achievements

Executive Profile

Good Connections
Steve Parrott of Spring believes success is a journey
and enjoys taking his employees along for the ride


Ingram to Keynote NCCBI Annual Meeting
Bob Ingram, the nationally-known pharmaceutical industry leader,
will headline the NCCBI Annual Meeting on March 19 in Raleigh

Tar Heel Travels

This Rowan County town, an oasis in the bustling Piedmont,
is marked by many footprints of history.

Editor's Desk
Letter from Phil Kirk
State Government
Executive Voices

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