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lived here to contemplate moving elsewhere. Plus, many of the workers his company hires fresh from the state's top-ranked universities prefer North Carolina over New York or Silicon Valley. Former Bandwidth employees who have left to start businesses haven't wandered far. Most stay in the state. That may be the same path his daughter takes. She attends UNC Chapel Hill and is a member of its cross-country team. A casual collegiate-sports fan in the past, Morken is making more time to enjoy nationally recognized action on the feld, court and trail. It's one more quality that people like about life here, and that's OK with him. "As long as you're a Tar Heels fan." — Peter Anderson N ort h C a r ol i N a E CoN om iC D E v E lo p m E N t Gu i D E 55

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