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You are where you work

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Do you dread going to work every morning? Or do you head in with a spring in your step? How much you like your job has a lot to do with how well you actually do it. Full story...
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Last minute Valentines Day shoppers keep local florists busy

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Julia's Florist on Kerr Avenue in Wilmington had more than 200 walk-in customers this afternoon and delivered more than 450 orders. Full story...
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Four new hotels planned for Brunswick County

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Brunswick County may be giving Wilmington's hotel industry some competition, with four hotels on the way within the next year. Full story...
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Port City Java ranks in top 50 franchises

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Look out Starbucks, a local coffee franchise is offering some strong competition. Full story...
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BofA, Wachovia post report bad 4Q earnings

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Charlotte-based Bank of America and Wachovia have reported fourth quarter earnings and they're ugly. Full story...
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World Bank closes Washington buildings after bomb threat

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The World Bank has closed its Washington headquarters today because of a telephoned bomb threat. Full story...
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Landscapers unhappy with water restrictions

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When it comes to the drought landscapers have some strong words for Wilmington city leaders. Full story...
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ILM has record year

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ILM saw a record year in 2007. Wilmington's airport broke the 800,000 passenger mark in '07. Full story...
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Bar and restaurant recycling creates jobs

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Now that bars and restaurants across the state have to go green solid waste operators are busier than ever. Full story...
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PPD stocks jump 10 percent

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Shares of PPD soared 10 percent to a record close yesterday after the company projected stronger-than-expected earnings for 2008. Full story...
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Project Uplift helps underprivileged

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videoA partnership between Brunswick Community College and Countywide Community Development Corporation is giving underprivileged people the opportunity to succeed. Full story...
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Optimal Technologies moving headquarters to NC, bringing 325 jobs

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Optimal Technologies US Inc. is moving it headquarters from Canada to Raleigh, bringing 325 jobs and investing $2.4 million during the next three years. Full story...
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Clorox gets OK to buy Burt's Bees

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Clorox has received antitrust clearance to buy North Carolina-based personal-care product company Burt's Bees for $925 million. Full story...
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Young entrepreneurs launch first enterprise at Flotilla Festival

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videoWhen Austin and Miller Diggs discovered marshmallow guns at this year's Spot Festival, they saw an opportunity to make a buck. Full story...
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State judge denies Wal-Mart request

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A state judge has denied Wal-Mart's request to prevent public access to court documents in the company's multimillion-dollar tax fight with the state. Full story...
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