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On this week's episode of Decision Makers Bray Cary sits down with Keith Pauley, Chief Technology Office for China National Chemical Co.  Pauley talks with Bray about his decision to move to China.  In the second segment Pauley tells Bray about his experience working in China.

Dana Waldo, Frontier Senior VP and CEO, stops by to discuss how Frontier has made ground after purchasing Verizon assets in West Virginia.  In his second segment, Dana Waldo talks about broadband in the state.

US Attorney for Southern District of WV Booth Goodwin tells Bray about the on-going controversy happening in Mingo County, WV.

Brent Benjamin, Chief Justice for the WV Supreme Court of Appeals, touches on the Mingo County indictments.  Chief Justice Benjamin also speaks about the growing concern in Egypt.