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inthisissue September 2007
Sensitive Job
As senior vice president in charge of the Charlotte branch of the Federal Reserve Bank, Jeffrey Kane interacts with a lot of people, both professionally and socially. If he let inside information slip out about the behemoth banks based in Charlotte, or about any other bank, the financial consequences might be huge. Quite simply, he has to be discreet in such a sensitive job.
Achieving Higher Value in Health Care
Susan DeVore is building alliances at the helm of Premier, working toward a future in which the health care industry will be considered the best managed and most innovative of all the economic sectors in the United States
[Blair, Bohle´ & Whitsitt, PLLC]
Accountants First, Advisors Foremost
In just seven years, the firm has experienced remarkable growth. With a new office building, new clients, a new partner and an alliance with BDO Seidman, they are working hard to change the expectations of local accounting firms.
[Calyptix Security]
IT Security – It’s in the Box
How do you develop security solutions for the Internet that deal with threats deployed so rapidly that they have worldwide impact in mere seconds? That’s what the founders of Calyptix Security were thinking about as they came to Charlotte.
[Chris-Craft/Indian Motorcycle]
Iconic America Restored
If you’ve assigned Chris-Craft boats and Indian motorcycles to the business boneyard, this may startle you: both are alive and well in Kings Mountain.These iconic brands are the latest resurrection projects of Englishman, Stephen Julius and American, Stephen Heese.
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