Run, Jesse, Run?
-- Jesse Jackson isn't ruling out a White House run in 2000. "I've not made that decision," he tells BUSINESS WEEK. In the meantime, between trips to Presidential testing grounds in Iowa, Jackson urges companies to invest in what he terms the most promising emerging market: America's inner cities and rural areas. He plans a July 15 powwow in New York to devise incentives for investments in poor areas, with government subsidies to offset the risks.
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