Stephen Pagliuca on Jobs
He doesn't flinch, but his answers are nothing new. Like any other pol these days, he talks about the "North Carolina Research Triangle" solution. Use university research to create manufacturing jobs in biotech, environmental technology to create new manufacturing opportunities.
The research/business connection is everybody's formula lately. But Pagliuca talks about blue-collar cities like New Bedford being the places where high-tech manufacturing could most affordably flourish. And he insists that venture capital and private equity ventures--money seeking to compound money through investment--can create lots of jobs.
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Joe L. Kennedy
Newly elected in 2008 & seated in 2009:
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special election in 2010:
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