It’s no small irony that the son of a contractor has abided throughout his career by a principled credo of building both people and communities. For James H. Maynard, chairman of Raleigh, N.C.-based Golden Corral Corp., that philosophy has been instrumental in transforming a fledgling family steak concept into a $1.5 billion behemoth throughout 41 states and in nurturing a management cadre that has led the 474-unit chain to become the undisputed leader in the grill-buffet ...
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