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Green classes brighten students’ job prospects (access required)

By Bea Quirk Michael Nettles’ timing wasn’t good, but it may be getting better. Nettles opened his security-installation company, Creative Enhancements, in 2006 in Huntersville, and although he had a promising start, the recession’s carnage prompted him to search for ...

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Prices up in the air, passengers not (access required)

By Hannah Mitchell CHARLOTTE — Planning to visit one New York client in March, an Integra Staffing representative postponed the trip until this month after lining up three additional meetings there. The April trip may drum up more business, and ...

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Blending scientific brains, business savvy (access required)

By Sam Boykin HepatoSys, Inc. had so much brainpower – every executive had a Ph.D. – that a struggle seemed inconceivable. But even after the two founding partners invented a device to better preserve organs harvested for transplantation, even after ...

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At NCDOT mixer, contractors seek the perfect match (access required)

By Caitlin Coakley Joanne Cheatham smiled as she talked to Michael Grey. The two strangers chatted briefly, exchanging phone numbers before parting. Cheatham beamed hopefully as she walked away. “It’s all about relationships right now,” Cheatham said. “Everyone wants to ...

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