Now, when we are particularly tender from the last 2 years of personal and public economic uncertainty, I hope you will intimately remember this message.
It is one thing to grouse that dreadful people who don’t care about us control our economy, but another, and in a way more personal, thing to say that people who don’t care about us control our culture. In 2009 this was perhaps most vividly expressed in the Adam Lambert Problem. More on that in a moment.
Critical issues in business, public policy and culture facing the Carolinas.
Don Padgett, President and Chief Operation Officer of Pinehurst Resort, on how the iconic golf destination is managing through this economic super-cycle; his view of the Tiger Woods fallout on the game and how the resort is preparing for back-to-back U.S. Opens beginning in 2014.
In many ways, as goes the economy, then so goes the financial support and acute interest in education. The Superintendents of Education for both North and South Carolina, Dr. June Atkinson and Dr. Jim Rex weigh in on the issues and challenges. Especially as impacts K-12.
No, these days character really does count for something. I can’t even begin to list the number of notable people that have fallen from grace so quickly and publicly.