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James Weir: How to succeed in business without really trying

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 15 June 2019
James Weir: How to succeed in business without really tryingCOMMENT: It is official: we are the stupid ones.After years of rolling our eyes at reality TV contestants and people who are famous mainly for having really white teeth, we fell behind the eight ball. Somewhere along the way,...
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A Lee County deputy who once campaigned for sheriff is on leave, and now his business is being investigated by a state agency. James Didio ran for Sheriff in 2016. A customer of Didio's used car business in Fort Myers claims the odometer on a car they bought there was rolled back.

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