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Corporate Cleveland back issues
Not the same old song and dance. (interview with Michael Benz) (Interview)
May 1, 1992... Michael Benz, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's newest director, offers a candid report to Cleveland's corporate community. When Michael Benz took on the task two months ago of directing the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, he inherited a set of problems six years in the making....
What went wrong? (rise and fall of Larry Robinson in business) (Cover Story)
May 1, 1992... Larry J.B. Robinson spent a lifetime grooming himself for the role of The Diamond Man. And then the curtain came down. As before, a number of respondents felt they just couldn't imagine him as anything other than the "Diamond Man. " - From a 1986 survey by National Market Measures...
A dollop of annoyance, a scoopful of regret. (company lunch hours) (Dick Feagler) (Column)
May 1, 1992... Somehow, lunch tasted better when cafeteria plans had nothing to do with health care. Whatever happened to the company cafeteria? (I know I'm a little late asking this question, but I'll explain in a minute. just let me babble on awhile here.) Whatever happened to the company...
Cleveland's crimson street gang. (Harvard graduates redevelop Cleveland) (Brief Article)
May 1, 1992... The inner-city streets of Cleveland may be worlds away from the Ivory Tower, but the "Ivy Tower" is firmly entrenched here. Six graduates of Harvard University's master's program in city and regional planning are working to redevelop Cleveland's neighborhoods - all independently, yet...
Diamond in the rough. (Larry Robinson, businessman) (Editorial)
May 1, 1992... Troubled times for a celebrity businessman. In a city starved for glitterati, Larry Robinson shone. "The Diamond Man," they called him. And sometimes even "Mr. Cleveland." For decades, he was the closest thing to a star the beleaguered city could claim. He clearly reveled in...