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So far this decade, North Carolina’s economy — as measured by inflation-adjusted gross domestic product — has expanded by an average of 1.7 percent a year. That’s a bit faster than the Southeastern average but slower than the national one.
So far this decade, North Carolina’s economy — as measured by inflation-adjusted gross domestic product — has expanded by an average of 1.7 percent a year. That’s a bit faster than the Southeastern average but slower than the national one.
 
Small business owners embody the American pioneering spirit and remind us that determination can turn aspiration into achievement.
Small business owners embody the American pioneering spirit and remind us that determination can turn aspiration into achievement.
 
The federal government has just released another set of economic statistics - and they again show North Carolina has one of the fastest-growing economies in the United States
The federal government has just released another set of economic statistics - and they again show North Carolina has one of the fastest-growing economies in the United States
 
When it comes to economic growth, North Carolina is one of the Magnificent Seven
When it comes to economic growth, North Carolina is one of the Magnificent Seven
 
Since 2013, North Carolina has the #1 fastest growing economy in the nation, according to the latest data released by the U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis
Since 2013, North Carolina has the #1 fastest growing economy in the nation, according to the latest data released by the U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis
 
If the 2016 election cycle ever leaves the focus on personalities and gets down to issues, we might focus on questions like candidate Ronald Reagan asked voters in 1980: "...Are you better off than you were four years ago?"
If the 2016 election cycle ever leaves the focus on personalities and gets down to issues, we might focus on questions like candidate Ronald Reagan asked voters in 1980: "...Are you better off than you were four years ago?"
 
In his recent article titled "Fooled by GDP: Economic Activity vs Economic Growth" for the Freeman (monthly magazine of the Foundation for Economic Education), Professor Steve Horwitz of St. Lawrence University asks and answers a very important question: Does Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measure...
In his recent article titled "Fooled by GDP: Economic Activity vs Economic Growth" for the Freeman (monthly magazine of the Foundation for Economic Education), Professor Steve Horwitz of St. Lawrence University asks and answers a very important question: Does Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measure...
 
The United States economy expanded at .2% for the first quarter, 2015, which is better than zero expansion in GDP (Gross Domestic Product), which is better than negative expansion, but not an economy that anyone should be proud of; certainly not the Obama Administration.
The United States economy expanded at .2% for the first quarter, 2015, which is better than zero expansion in GDP (Gross Domestic Product), which is better than negative expansion, but not an economy that anyone should be proud of; certainly not the Obama Administration.
 
In 1925, advertising executive and future Congressman Bruce Barton wrote the book that made his national reputation, The Man Nobody Knows. In it, he imagined what Jesus Christ would be like if he resided in the modern world. Barton drew lessons from his thought experiment about business, personal re
In 1925, advertising executive and future Congressman Bruce Barton wrote the book that made his national reputation, The Man Nobody Knows. In it, he imagined what Jesus Christ would be like if he resided in the modern world. Barton drew lessons from his thought experiment about business, personal re
 
The STUPID mainstream media is covering events in DC like a horse race – how bad did the Tea Party or GOP lose, how big did Barry and the Democrats win.
The STUPID mainstream media is covering events in DC like a horse race – how bad did the Tea Party or GOP lose, how big did Barry and the Democrats win.
 
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