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The honeymoon comes to an end

RALEIGH — Inevitably, all that lovey-doviness came to an end. It didn’t take long. A few days ago, Gov. Beverly Perdue and Republican leaders in the North Carolina General Assembly were all smiles and platitudes. Both sides spoke of working ...

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Don’t lose home to escrow mistake

Dear Benny: In April 2009, my son bought his first home using the $8,000 first-time homebuyer credit. It was a foreclosure property that cost $125,000. His loan was purchased by a major bank shortly after closing, and he received a ...

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The social revolution and your evolution

The social revolution has changed the way you sell forever. Only problem is, most salespeople have no idea of that — yet. As business social media evolves and matures, all salespeople, executives and entrepreneurs will expose themselves for who they ...

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