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for Business North Carolina Vol. 16 Issue 3, Mar 1996
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Justin F. Beckett, president and CEO of Durham-based New Africa Advisors, opened the first American investment company office in post-apartheid South Africa.
To raise money, the Cherokees are opening a gambling casino in Jackson County in 1996. It is expected to generate a profit of over $70 million a year. While some see a brighter future, others predict loss of traditional ways and a possible rise in crime.
Stuart Epperson is chairman of Salem Communications Corporation in Winston-Salem, the country's largest Christian broadcasting business, with thirty-seven stations and $50 million in sales in 1995.
Lonnie Poole is the CEO of Waste Management Industries in Raleigh, a $74 million company that is the largest of its kind in the state and one of the largest independents nationwide.