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Index of Selected Contents
of the March 2005 Issue of
the North Carolina Magazine

Cover Story

Going Digital
 SAS CEO Jim Goodnight keynotes the NCCBI Annual Meeting,
which brings together 1,000 members for what incoming chair Steve Miller calls
"the best opportunity to see and hear from North Carolina's top business and government leaders in one place."

Today in North Carolina
Western N.C. sees new manufacturing ventures. Charlotte goes upscale. A $100 million community is planned for Carolina Beach.

Annual Golf Directory

U.S. Open Returns to Pinehurst
The U.S. Open returns to Pinehurst in record time. The only new course to debut in N.C. last year, the Nicklaus designed Longview, wins accolades. And our golf panel rates the best courses in the state, best courses to walk and more in our annual review.

Executive Education

School's No Fool

Executives do not always have time to take full-fledged MBA courses, but N.C. universities and colleges offer a wealth of options for the time-pressed to upgrade business skills.

Executive Profile

Always on the Ball

Bob Greczyn delivered newspapers and flowers, cut meat in a butcher's shop, sold men's clothing and drove a tractor trailor before finding his calling in healthcare, where he rose to head Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina.

Tar Heel Travels

All Aboard
The rebirth of historic train stations delights many downtowns.

Editor's Desk
State Government
Executive Voices
Publisher's Letter

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