have influence through continued dialogue. We’re hoping [Chase] will be open to changes. Maybe that would alleviate some of our concerns.”
Other be 100s CEOs are taking a wait-and-see approach to the fund. “I’ve known many good-seeming efforts that have been announced, yet they never seem to come to fruition,” says Percy Sutton of Inner City Broadcasting (No. 75 on the be industrial/service 100 list). “We must wait to see.”
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