Pretty Good Karma In The ValleyRussell Mitchell
Last September, for a mere $5,000 per couple, Silicon Valley executives got hominy grits, black-eyed peas, and a question-and-answer session with Bill Clinton. By far the most persistent question-asker was candidate Clinton himself. "The thing that impressed me most," remembers host Sanford R. Robertson, a San Francisco investment banker, "was his ability to really listen."
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