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Designers want to go green, but will clients pay? (access required)

By Caitlin Coakley CHARLOTTE — The Charlotte chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts launched a series of events on Wednesday, “Eat Your Greens,” to help designers and clients take a more environmentally-sustainable approach to business. “It’s basically to ...

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Small business may see bigger role in Uptown (access required)

By Bea Quirk CHARLOTTE — The recession has changed people’s thinking about many things, and among them is Uptown Charlotte: It’s not just for big business anymore. Actually, it never really was. Based on demographics and other information from the ...

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Neighboring counties forecast busy 2010 (access required)

Projects, investment push growth beyond borders of Mecklenburg By Becky Bergman CHARLOTTE — Despite a housing fallout and a weak job market, local officials in Gaston, Cabarrus, Iredell and Union counties share a long-term vision for economic development in 2010: ...

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