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Cheerwine has right formula and family Dont expect to find just any soft drink in Cliff Ritchies fridge. The president and CEO of Cheerwine says its a Cheerwine only zone a family tradition. There were never any competitor products in our house growing up. If anybody thought about that they we
bizjournals.com | Apr 28, 2017 09:00 AM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Kerry Kirwan talks logistics in a fluid marketplace Keith Gibson had a mission: To get materials from point A to point B. Few, say those who knew him, did it better. The effect that Gibson, the longtime leader of Wilsonville-based Integrity Logistics who died two years ago, has had on the company will last
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Guest column: Article on Alabama automotive sector off base Business owners, employees, and public officials recently gathered for the Business Council of Alabamas Manufacturer of the Year awards. The awards seek to honor manufacturers for displaying efficiency, safety, and excellence in their products and the pro
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Caterpillar bringing its annual meeting to Georgia plant Heavy equipment maker Caterpillar Inc. is bringing its annual shareholders meeting to Georgia. The Illinois-based company (NYSE: CAT) reported April 26 that it will hold its annual meeting on June 14 at its Athens, Ga., construction equipment manufacturin
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UW study: Manufacturing and agriculture credit has positive impact A new study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison says the states controversial manufacturing and agriculture credit has had a positive impact on manufacturing employment in the state. The report comes from Noah Williams, the Juli Plant Grainger Profes
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Julie Phillips: Outstanding Women in Business 2017 Title: Vice president, Phillips Collection Address: 916 Finch Ave., High Point 27263 Phone: 336-882-7400 Email: julie@phillipscollection.com Twitter: @PhillipsCo Year joined organization: 1983 Why selected: The co-founder of the family furniture firm, she
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Mandy Jeffries: Outstanding Women in Business 2017 Title: President, Colfax Furniture & Mattress Address: 2361 Campground Road, Greensboro 27406 Phone: 336-852-3053 Email: mandy.jeffries@colfaxfurniture.net Year joined organization: 2008 Why selected: Jeffries runs a 52-year-old company founded by her mot
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High-end cattle ranchers considering options for local slaughterhouse A group of foothill cattle ranchers are considering locations, financing options and possible corporate structures to open a boutique slaughterhouse to process and sell their own meat. Currently, locally raised cattle must be sent at least 100 miles out o
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Airbus, Dassault Systmes celebrate innovation at WSUs innovation campus Two of the primary industry partners on the innovation campus at Wichita State University held grand opening ceremonies Thursday, with each saying the partnerships being sustained and built in Wichita will help propel both their individual businesses and
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Faraday Future facing trademark infringement suit filed by bicycle maker Beleaguered electric vehicle manufacturer Faraday Future is being sued by an electric bicycle maker over its name. Faraday Bicycles has filed a lawsuit in the Ninth Circuit, California Northern District Court alleging that Torrance, California-based Farad
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