Leading the National Restaurant Association through a time of economic adversity and a presidential election that could bring about significant change for businesses is not a daunting challenge for chairman Michael S. Kaufman. Instead, he says, he views it as an opportunity to restructure the organization, build on its strategic goals and take advantage of the industry’s role as an important player in America’s economy. Kaufman, the current co-president of a ...

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