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Chinese Factory Workers Hold U.S. Boss Captive

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In China, a U.S. factory executive is being held captive in his office by his own workers. He's Chip Starnes, a co-owner of the Florida-based Specialty Medical Supplies. It hasn't been a violent takeover. In fact, Starnes has been able to get a few words out to the press.
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