Broadening his band

December 2014
Business North Carolina;Dec2014, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p54
The article features American media mogul Jim Goodmon who founded Capitol Broadcasting Co. Topics include why he kept a low profile for decades as a businessman while supporting causes such as helping drug addicts, his move to change his voter registration from Republican to unaffiliated in response to insufficient funding for public schools and efforts to cut corporate income taxes, and why he describes himself as a pro-business capitalist.


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