Sunday, October 28, 2012

"60 Minutes" on October 28, 2012

In Randolph County, NC there's no escaping political ads. Scott Pelley reports on Asheboro, NC and Purgatory Mountain. Mill in Ramseur, NC shut down. Amelia Hill will close her diner this coming Thursday. "There's no surviving." The bank was turned into a museum that is open two days a month. Textile plant built in 1949. Between 2000 and now, 5 million manufacturing jobs lost in US. Kernersville, NC tobacco barns turned into place for entrepreneurs. Miss Jenny's Pickles. 95% of the world lives outside the US. You have to think outside of the jar. No means go. Bobby Barry got a job at Malt-o-Meal. HyoSung USA bought a wire plant and may be exporting jobs to Viet Nam. Matt Barry is at Randolph Community College and many of his classmates are in their 30s and 40s. Around Purgatory Mountains jobs lost are being re-invented. If there's going to be a better tomorrow, they are going to have to build it themselves.

Seller of fraudulent documents. Bob Simon reports on Barry Landau, a con man who created a fake career as a “presidential historian” so he could get access to the archives from which he stole thousands of items

All In. Newest football owner. Shad Khan. Jacksonville Jaguars.


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