Vol. 34 Nbr. 8, August - August 2014
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- Score: four more: including two gold prizes, as Ed Martin adds to his cache and we're judged by our cover.
- Bridge work: like the erroneous report of Mark Twain's passing, those lamenting the demise of bipartisan cooperation in lawmaking are exaggerated.
- Home again: he built the top-selling Carolina coastal community--then moved back to Eden.
- Charting the course.
- Arch enemies.
- Vital signs.
- Timber tantrum: environmentalists try to chip away at the rapid growth in exports of wood pellets.
- Golf course gains new champion.
- Advance installs execs in Raleigh.
- Baptist gets a fiscal.
- Simon adds to its shopping list.
- Tryon will be taller in the saddle.
- Tower of power: the landmark Reynolds Building is the latest piece of the tobacco empire downtown developers want to renovate.
- Buying a brand.
- The suitcase CEO: extended Stay America has its headquarters in Charlotte, but how N.C. can the company be when Jim Donald lives in Washington state?
- Go with the gut: Salix proves the way to an investor's heart is through his stomach.
- Life shucks: "He was a bold man who first eat an oyster." And bold is he who forsakes a career in finance to farm them.
- Ally Center, Charlotte.