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10/22/11
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Charles E. "Ed" Haldeman Jr., chief executive of the taxpayer-backed mortgage giant, Freddie Mac. Mr. Haldeman speaks about the Obama administration's new effort to help millions of troubled homeowners re-finance their loans.
09/22/11
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
David Barger, President and CEO of JetBlue Airways. Mr. Barger speaks about JetBlue's strategic focus on providing superior customer service and plans to expand throughout the U.S., despite the challenges presented by the rising cost of fuel.
06/11/11
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Randall Stephenson, CEO of AT&T defended AT&T's proposed $39 Billion acquisition of rival T-Mobile. Mr. Stephenson said the combination would help fast-track the deployment of a new technology which will dramatically improve cellphone download speeds.
05/11/11
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Indra Nooyi, Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo, is one of the country's most admired business leaders, responsible for Pepsi's 19 separate billion dollar plus brands. Ms. Nooyi speaks about the importance of talent management and of her own folksy tricks for bonding key executives to the Pepsi mission.
03/11/11
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Les Hinton, the CEO of the Dow Jones Company, owner of the Wall Street Journal. Mr. Hinton speaks about the rapid migration of journalism to mobile devices, and the challenge of getting readers to pay for it.
01/15/11
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Ellen Kullman, Chairman and CEO of Dupont, one of the world's oldest and largest chemical companies. Ms. Kullman addresses Dupont's role in increasing global farming productivity to feed the world's growing population.
12/15/10
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Severin Schway, CEO of the Roche Group - one of the world's leading healthcare companies. Mr. Schway addresses the dramatic advances in molecular biology and genetics that are paving the way for "personalized healthcare."
10/26/10
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Brian Moynihan, CEO of Bank of America, the largest bank holding company in America. Mr. Moynihan addressed the bank's recent decision to suspend foreclosure sales and what he described as a long, slow economic recovery for the nation.
10/01/10
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Philip Kent, Chairman and CEO of Turner Broadcasting System, one of the world's leading cable television networks featuring such well-known program brands as CNN, HLN, TNT, TBS, Cartoon Network, and Turner Classic Movies. Mr. Kent speaks candidly of the challenge of producing responsible programming in the face of extraordinary competition for the television viewer's attention.
06/11/10
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
John Chambers, the CEO of Cisco Systems, one of the world's great technology companies, which during the dot come boom was the most valuable company in the world. Chambers spoke about the company's recent significant expansion in Massachusetts as well as the the company's unique decentralized management structure which helps put new initiatives on the fast track.
05/06/10
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Robert Dudley, British Petroleum's Managing Director/Executive Vice President for the Americas and Asia. Speaking just days after the explosion and sinking of a BP oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, Mr. Dudley detailed the extraordinary containment and clean-up effort from this massive oil spill, which, he said, will forever change the offshore drilling industry.
03/25/10
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Phillippe Dauman, the President and CEO of Viacom - one of the world's largest media conglomerates, whose properties include Paramount Pictures and MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central. Mr. Dauman described the "global,"technological" and "millennial" trends that are dramatically transforming the media and entertainment business.
02/02/10
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Steve Forbes, President and Chief Executive Officer of Forbes, and the editor-in-chief of the country's most prominent business publication, Forbes Magazine. He is a former Republican candidate for President in 1996 and 2000. Mr. Forbes offers his blunt and humorous take on what precipitated America's current financial crisis and how to fix it.
12/01/09
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Jeffrey Kindler, the Chairman and CEO of Pfizer, Inc., the world's largest research based pharmaceutical company. Mr. Kindler offers his prescription for how corporate America can regain the public's trust.
10/27/09
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
James Skinner, CEO of McDonald's Corporation, who worked himself up through the ranks to lead one of the world's most recognized brands, which is still growing. McDonald's serves more than 58 million customers a day, 2 million more than last year. Mr. Skinner today talks about his four keys to management success.
10/18/09
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, one of the world's most successful technology companies with revenues of close to $60 Billion and a market cap of close to a quarter of a trillion dollars. Mr. Ballmer gave the audience of 400 Boston area chief executives his assessment of the prospects for a near-term economic recovery and made some bold predictions about seemingly fanciful technological innovations which he insists will become commonplace within the next decade.
05/06/09
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
David O'Reilly, Chairman and CEO, Chevron Corporation. Mr. O'Reilly discussed the nation's current and future energy needs and possible solutions for an energy independent future.
03/12/09
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Ken Lewis, CEO, Bank of America. The nation's financial crisis has put Mr. Lewis and his bank on a very public hot seat. In his address Mr. Lewis defends his bank's executive compensation and sports marketing practices and weighs in on when the nation's economy might turn the corner.
02/10/09
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Peter Loscher, CEO Siemens AG, a leader in innovative technology and the 37th largest corporation in the world, discusses his belief that "going green" is the right path to economic prosperity.
12/02/08
Boston College: Chief Executive's Club of Boston
Jim Goodnight, Chairman, President and CEO of SAS discussed his three decades at the helm of the world's leading business intelligence software vendor, and his vision for the future, even in tough economic times.
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