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for North Carolina Vol. 50 Issue 12, Dec 1992
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In an unusual public/private partnership, the Durham Chamber of Commerce is working with two federally funded programs, (mainly JOBS - Job Opportunities and Basic Skills) to find good jobs for those who are trying to break the cycle of poverty.
Jim Hunt is returning to the Governor's Mansion, but he will be dealing with a legislature that's dominated by a new breed - and one that's showing signs of an independence Hunt may find troubling.
As the two-term governor, Jim Martin, ends his stewardship of the state's business, he looks back with satisfaction and some lingering anger concerning the people and events that dominated his time.
Two experts, Marabella Young Stewart and Kathy McLaughlin, offer tips on protocol for business people - both beginning employees and established executives.
Politicians who reside in the western half of NC fared poorly in the elections, which produced a roster of government leaders who all seem to hail from the East.
The Raleigh-based family restaurant, Golden Corral, has set in motion an ambitious plan to become the dominant player in the US restaurant industry within five years.