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Retailers recover from Old Man Winter (access required)

By Sam Boykin CHARLOTTE — For retailers, the winter storm that blew through last weekend couldn’t have come at a worse time. Already suffering from lackluster sales because of the recession, many business owners were relying on “Super Saturday” — ...

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Tweetups are conversations, not networking (access required)

By Austin Light CHARLOTTE — When people came to the Ballantyne Business Tweetup at Zapatas Mexican Cantina on Wednesday, it wasn’t to network; most were already connected through online networks like Facebook, Twitter and Linked In. Instead, people met to ...

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Business owners keep tabs on employees online (access required)

By Sam Boykin CHARLOTTE — The Internet is a tempting distraction for many employees, so it’s no wonder a growing number of companies are concerned about employees wasting time and resources surfing online. A recent study by America Online and Salary.com ...

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