Belk President John R. Belk spoke to hundreds of associates at company headquarters in 2013 about the company's upcoming events celebrating its 125th anniversary. Charlotte-based Belk Inc., one of the city’s oldest and most prominent companies, is exploring the possibility of a sale.
Belk President John R. Belk spoke to hundreds of associates at company headquarters in 2013 about the company's upcoming events celebrating its 125th anniversary. Charlotte-based Belk Inc., one of the city’s oldest and most prominent companies, is exploring the possibility of a sale. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Belk President John R. Belk spoke to hundreds of associates at company headquarters in 2013 about the company's upcoming events celebrating its 125th anniversary. Charlotte-based Belk Inc., one of the city’s oldest and most prominent companies, is exploring the possibility of a sale. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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