Clinton Cozies Up To BusinessSusan B. Garland
He campaigned as a Southern populist who railed against corporate greed and business as usual in Washington. But guess who's been coming to dinner--and lunch and breakfast--since Bill Clinton moved into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue? After years of hobnobbing with Republican Presidents, blue-chip CEOs are discovering that they can do brisk business with a Democratic Chief Executive, too.
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