Getting Business Aboard The Clinton BandwagonRussell Mitchell and Judith H. Dobrzynski
Over the past six years, Hewlett-Packard Chief Executive John A. Young has given $15,500 to congressional candidates, almost all to Republicans. In the mid-1980s, he headed President Reagan's Commission on Competitiveness. So you'd expect to find him pulling for George Bush. Instead, Young has just joined the growing wave of corporate leaders defecting to Bill Clinton.
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