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October 14, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE
It was a cold, rainy day in February when Wayne Lee Williamson visited the office of Shannon Haney, who operates one of Orange County's largest bankruptcy trustee services. Williamson made Haney an offer she couldn't refuse: a 25% discount on her office lease payments for the next six years if she moved to a nearby location. After reviewing the new office, Haney grabbed the offer and in July moved the 33 employees of her company, Shannon Haney Chapter 13 Trustee.
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October 14, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE
It was a cold, rainy day in February when Wayne Lee Williamson visited the office of Shannon Haney, who operates one of Orange County's largest bankruptcy trustee services. Williamson made Haney an offer she couldn't refuse: a 25% discount on her office lease payments for the next six years if she moved to a nearby location. After reviewing the new office, Haney grabbed the offer and in July moved the 33 employees of her company, Shannon Haney Chapter 13 Trustee.
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October 28, 1986 | JEFF ROWE, Jeff Rowe is a free-lance writer
They are Orange County's smallest minority, a few thousand at most. But black business people nonetheless are slowly emerging as an economic force of their own, propelled by the 3-year-old Black Business Alliance of Orange County. The 50-member organization "is for doers and dreamers," says Josh White, chairman of the group.
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