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  • Lessons From the Corporate World

    Imagine two builders. Builder No. 1 is an experienced project manager who decides to start his own business. His technical skills are finely honed, he knows how to manage a crew and schedule, and he builds homes that customers love. But a few years after hanging out his shingle he is still...

  • Mergers and Acquisitions

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    RALIEGH—North Carolina housing officials may have mercy on cost-strapped affordable housing developers next year.