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inthisissue August 2000
playing to win
Charlotte prides itself on being a big-time sports city. But just what is the impact of professional sports teams on the region? And how are businesses taking advantage of their presence?
a run for their money
SouthTrust Bank's N. Bradley Thompson is competing with North Carolina's banking giants by giving customers what they want: competitive prices and excellent service.
[e-biz Profile]
masters of their universe
iXL's Charlotte office general manager Allan Lackey says his company has but one simple goal: "to be the world's best consulting company for internet and e-commerce services." Based on their success to date, they're well on their way.
a "capitol" move
Richard Siskey has always had an ability to discern situations in advance, then devise a strategic response accordingly. In college, his game was chess. Today, its the financial markets.
[publisher's Post]
If we build it, will they come? A civic arena vs. a sports arena
Many area residents are torn over the issue of building a new sports arena downtown for the Charlotte Hornets. No one wants to spend public money to fill the pockets of NBA franchise owners or NBA players themselves. But is that really the issue? Why not build a civic arena that serves multiple purposes and benefits the growth of the downtown area at the same time!
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