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Atlanta real estate developer: 'Don't listen to the naysayers'
John Dewberry launched Dewberry Capital in Atlanta, Georgia in 1989 with $5,000. Today, his real estate firm has expanded across four U.S. states, but he faces criticism for sitting on prime real estate he has yet to develop. 03:02 How this fashion duo ...
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