Ten weeks ago, the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra’s board of directors decided to try something new.
Hoping to raise more money for the nonprofit organization, the board decided to restructure it to be more “businesslike.” Members appointed seasoned attorney and investment banker William Fleming to be chairman of the board and chief executive officer. The experiment, however, didn’t take off the way board members had hoped.
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