Cerner CEO Neal Patterson criticized Kansas City officials last week — the same officials who have approved more than $1.7 billion in incentives for his company.
Cerner CEO Neal Patterson criticized Kansas City officials last week — the same officials who have approved more than $1.7 billion in incentives for his company. Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star
Cerner CEO Neal Patterson criticized Kansas City officials last week — the same officials who have approved more than $1.7 billion in incentives for his company. Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star

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