CEO Club Events

A flagship program of Boston College’s Carroll School of Management, the Boston College Chief Executives Club holds several luncheon meetings each year in downtown Boston and gathers an exclusive audience of more than 300 executives from leading New England organizations. The keynote speakers at these events are CEOs drawn from the top echelons of their fields—thought leaders who welcome the opportunity to address an audience of their peers. We invite you to experience these inspirational talks by watching the videos or listening to the podcasts featured below.

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1992
<p><b>Alexander J. Trotman</b><br> President, Ford Motor Company<br> Friday, November 20, 1992</p>
<p><b>Alexander J. Trotman</b>, Ford Motor Company<br> </p>
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1993
<p><b>Robert A. Pritzker</b><br> President &amp; CEO, The Marmon Group; Chairman, NAM<br> Friday, December 10, 1993</p> <p><b>Michael Bonsignore</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Honeywell, Inc.<br> Tuesday, November 9, 1993</p> <p><b>John Stafford</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, American Home Products<br> Wednesday, September 22, 1993</p> <p><b>Paul Allaire</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Xerox<br> Tuesday, May 25, 1993</p> <p><b>John L. Glowe, M.D.</b><br> President, American Medical Association<br> Friday, February 26, 1993</p>
<p><b>Robert A. Pritzker,</b> The Marmon Group; <b>Michael Bonsignore,</b> Honeywell; <b>John Stafford</b>, American Home Products; <b>Paul Allaire</b>, Xerox; <b>John L. Glowe, M.D.,</b> American Medical Association<br> </p>
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1994
<p><b>Lawrence A. Bossidy</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, AlliedSignal, Inc.<br> Tuesday, November 1, 1994</p> <p><b>Jeffrey Stiefler</b><br> President, American Express Company<br> Tuesday, September 13, 1994</p> <p><b>Charles E. Lee</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, GTE Corporation<br> Wednesday, June 8, 1994</p> <p><b>Joel B. Alvord</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Shawmut National Corp.<br> Thursday, April 21, 1994</p> <p><b>Norman Augustine</b><br> Chairman, Martin Marietta<br> Tuesday, Feburary 1, 1994</p>
<p><b>Lawrence A. Bossidy,</b> AlliedSignal; <b>Jeffrey Stiefler</b>, American Express; <b>Charles E. Lee,</b> GTE Corporation; <b>Joel B. Alvord</b>, Shawmut National Corp.; <b>Norman Augustine</b>, Martin Marietta<br> </p>
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1995
<p><b>K. Rupert Murdoch</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, The News Corporation Limited<br> Tuesday, November 28, 1995</p> <p><b>Dana Mead</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Tenneco, Inc.<br> Tuesday, November 14, 1995</p> <p><b>Alexander J. Trotman</b><br> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, Ford Motor Company<br> Tuesday, September 19, 1995</p> <p><b>Randall L. Tobias</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Eli Lilly &amp; Company<br> Wednesday, May 10, 1995</p> <p><b>Geoffrey C. Bible</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Philip Morris Companies, Inc.<br> March 16, 1995</p> <p><b>Joseph L. Dionne</b><br> Chairman, McGraw-Hill<br> Tuesday, January 31, 1995</p>
<p><b>K. Rupert Murdoch</b>, The News Corporation Limited; <b>Dana Mead</b>, Tenneco; <b>Alexander J. Trotman</b>, Ford Motor Company; <b>Randall L. Tobias</b>, Eli Lilly &amp; Company; <b>Geoffrey C. Bible,</b> Philip Morris;<b> Joseph L. Dionne,</b> McGraw-Hill<br> </p>
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1996
<p><b>Raymond W. Smith</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Bell Atlantic Corporation<br> Thursday, October 31, 1996</p> <p><b>Andrew S. Grove</b><br> President &amp; CEO, Intel Corporation<br> Wednesday, September 25, 1996</p> <p><b>Thomas H. O'Brien</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, PNCBank Corporation<br> Thursday, June 20, 1996</p> <p><b>Lewis E. Platt</b><br> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, Hewlett-Packard Company<br> Thursday, May 9, 1996</p> <p><b>Frank P. Popoff</b><br> Chairman, The Dow Chemical Company<br> Wedendsday, April 3, 1996</p>
<p><b>Raymond W. Smith</b>, Bell Atlantic Corporation; <b>Andrew S. Grove</b>,&nbsp;Intel Corporation; <b>Thomas H. O'Brien</b>, PNCBank; <b>Lewis E. Platt</b>, Hewlett-Packard; <b>Frank P. Popoff,</b> The Dow Chemical Company<br> </p>
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1997
<p><b>Robert J. Eaton</b><br> Chairman, President, &amp; CEO, Chrysler Corporation<br> Tuesday, November 18, 1997</p> <p><b>Christopher B. Galvin</b><br> Chief Executive Officer, Motorola, Inc.<br> Wednesday, September 10, 1997</p> <p><b>Bert C. Roberts, Jr.</b><br> Chairman, MCI Communications Corp.</p> <p><b>Sir Iain Vallance</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, British Telecommunications<br> Wednesday, June 26, 1997</p> <p><b>Robert E. Allen</b><br> Chairman, AT&amp;T<br> Tuesday, June 10, 1997</p> <p><b>Frank A. Bennack, Jr.</b><br> President &amp; CEO, The Hearst Corporation<br> Wednesday, May 14, 1997</p> <p><b>Takashi Kitaoka</b><br> President &amp; CEO, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation<br> Wednesday, April 16, 1997</p> <p><b>James A. Unruh</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, UNISYS Corporation<br> Thursday, January 16, 1997</p>
<p><b>Robert J. Eaton</b>, Chrysler; <b>Christopher B. Galvin</b>; Motorola; <b>Bert C. Roberts, Jr.</b>, MCI Communications; <b>Sir Iain Vallance</b>, British Telecommunications; <b>Robert E. Allen</b>, AT&amp;T; <b>Frank A. Bennack, Jr.,</b> The Hearst Corporation; <b>Takashi Kitaoka</b>, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation; <b>James A. Unruh</b>, UNISYS<br> </p>
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1998
<p><b>C. Michael Armstrong</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, AT&amp;T<br> Thursday, November 5, 1998</p> <p><b>Gerald M. Levin</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Time Warner, Inc.<br> Wednesday, October 21, 1998</p> <p><b>Robert D. Glynn, Jr.</b><br> Chairman, President, &amp; CEO, PG&amp;E Corporation<br> Tuesday, September 29, 1998</p> <p><b>Elizabeth Dole</b><br> President &amp; CEO, American Red Cross<br> Wednesday, June 10, 1998</p> <p><b>Scott G. McNealy</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Sun Microsystems, Inc.<br> Wednesday, May 27, 1998</p> <p><b>Earnest W. Deavenport, Jr.</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Eastman Chemical Company &amp; Chairman, National Association of Manufacturers<br> Thursday, April 14, 1998</p> <p><b>James P. Kelly</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, United Parcel Service of America, Inc.<br> Thursday, January 15, 1998</p>
<p><b>C. Michael Armstrong</b>, AT&amp;T;&nbsp;<b>Gerald M. Levin</b>,&nbsp;Time Warner;&nbsp;<b>Robert D. Glynn</b>, Jr.;&nbsp;PG&amp;E;&nbsp;<b>Elizabeth Dole</b>,&nbsp;American Red Cross;&nbsp;<b>Scott G. McNealy</b>,&nbsp;Sun Microsystems;&nbsp;<b>Earnest W. Deavenport, Jr.,</b>&nbsp;Eastman Chemical Company;<b> James P. Kelly,&nbsp;</b>United Parcel Service of America</p>
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1999
<p><b>Edward Whitacre</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, SBC Communications<br> Tuesday, November 30, 1999</p> <p><b>Michael R. Bonsignore</b><br> Chief Executive Officer, Honeywell<br> Thursday, November 4, 1999</p> <p><b>Gerard Schulmeyer</b><br> President &amp; CEO, Siemens Corporation<br> Tuesday, October 12, 1999</p> <p><b>Charles Holliday</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, E.I. duPont<br> Wednesday, September 22, 1999</p> <p><b>Ted Turner</b><br> Vice Chairman, Time Warner<br> Thursday, May 13, 1999</p> <p><b>Ivan G. Seidenberg</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Bell Atlantic Corporation<br> Thursday, March 11, 1999</p> <p><b>Gerald Greenwald</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, United Airlines, Inc.<br> Tuesday, February 16, 1999</p>
<p><b>Edward Whitacre</b>, SBC Communications; <b>Michael R. Bonsignore,</b> Honeywell; <b>Gerard Schulmeyer</b>, Siemens Corporation; <b>Charles Holliday</b>, E.I. duPont;&nbsp;<b>Ted Turner,</b>&nbsp;Time Warner;<b>&nbsp;Ivan G. Seidenberg</b>,&nbsp;Bell Atlantic Corporation;&nbsp;<b>Gerald Greenwald</b>,&nbsp;United Airlines</p>
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2000
<p><b>Richard Wagoner</b><br> President &amp; CEO, General Motors Corporation<br> Thursday, December 7, 2000</p> <p><b>Michael S. Dell</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Dell Computer Corporation<br> Friday, November 3, 2000</p> <p><b>Carly S. Fiorina</b><br> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, Hewlett-Packard Company<br> Wednesday, September 27, 2000</p> <p><b>James H. Keyes</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Johnson Controls &amp; Chairman, NAM<br> Wednesday, June 7, 2000</p> <p><b>Douglas N. Daft</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, The Coca-Cola Company<br> Wednesday, May 3, 2000</p> <p><b>George J. Mitchell</b><br> Former Senate Majority Leader<br> Thursday, March 9, 2000</p> <p><b>Raymond Gilmartin</b><br> Chairman &amp; CEO, Merck &amp; Co.<br> Wednesday, January 19, 2000</p>
<p><b>Richard Wagoner,</b> General Motors; <b>Michael S. Dell</b>, Dell Computer; <b>Carly S. Fiorina</b>, Hewlett-Packard; <b>James H. Keyes</b>, Johnson Controls; <b>Douglas N. Daft</b>, The Coca-Cola Company;&nbsp;<b>George J. Mitchell</b>,&nbsp;Former Senate Majority Leader;&nbsp;<b>Raymond Gilmartin,</b>&nbsp;Merck &amp; Co.</p>
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2001
<p><b>Jean Marie Messier</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Vivendi Universal<br /> Thursday, December 4, 2001</p> <p><b>Charles Lee</b><br /> Chairman &amp; Co-CEO, Verizon Communications<br /> Wednesday, November 7, 2001</p> <p><b>William Harrison</b><br /> President &amp; CEO, J.P. Morgan Chase &amp; Company<br /> Wednesday, June 13, 2001</p> <p><b>Tom McKillop</b><br /> CEO, AstraZenca Corporation<br /> Wednesday, May 9, 2001</p> <p><b>Ross Perot</b><br /> Chairman, Perot Systems Corporation<br /> Tuesday, January 23, 2001</p>
<p><b>Jean Marie Messier</b>, Vivendi Universal; <b>Charles Lee,</b> Verizon Communications; <b>William Harrison</b>,  J.P. Morgan Chase &amp; Company; <b>Tom McKillop</b>, AstraZenca Corporation; <b>Ross Perot,</b> Perot Systems Corporation</p>
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2002
<p><b>Philip Condit</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, The Boeing Company<br /> Thursday, December 5, 2002</p> <p><b>Frederick Smith</b><br /> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, FedEx Corporation <br /> Wednesday, November 6, 2002</p> <p><b>Jeffrey Immelt</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, General Electric Corporation <br /> Wednesday, September 25, 2002</p> <p><b>Anne Mulcahy</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Xerox Corporation<br /> Thursday, May 9, 2002</p> <p><b>Richard Brown</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Electronic Data Systems<br /> Thursday, March 14, 2002</p> <p><b>Richard Branson</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Virgin Group<br /> Friday, February 15, 2002</p> <p><b>Lawrence A. Bossidy</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Honeywell International<br /> Thursday, January 31, 2002</p>
<p><b>Philip Condit</b>, Boeing; <b>Frederick Smith</b>, FedEx; <b>Jeffrey Immelt</b>, General Electric; <b>Anne Mulcahy</b>, Xerox; <b>Richard Brown</b>, Electronic Data Systems; <b>Richard Branson</b>, Virgin Group; <b>Lawrence A. Bossidy</b>, Honeywell International</p>
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2003
<p><b>David Dorman</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, AT&amp;T Corporation<br /> Wednesday, November 19, 2003</p> <p><b>Deiter Zetsche</b><br /> President &amp; CEO, DaimlerChrysler Corporation<br /> Wednesday, October 1, 2003</p> <p><b>Harry M. Jansen Kraemer, Jr.</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Baxter International<br /> Wednesday, June 11, 2003</p> <p><b>Patrick Stokes</b><br /> President &amp; CEO, Anheuser Busch Companies<br /> Tuesday, April 30, 2003</p> <p><b>Marilyn Carlson Nelson</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Carlson Companies<br /> Thursday, March 6, 2003</p> <p><b>Richard Priory</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Duke Energy Corporation<br /> Thursday, January 31, 2003</p>
<p><b>David Dorman</b>, AT&amp;T; <b>Deiter Zetsche</b>, DaimlerChrysler; <b>Harry M. Jansen Kraemer, Jr.</b>, Baxter International; <b>Patrick Stokes</b>, Anheuser Busch; <b>Marilyn Carlson Nelson</b>, Carlson Companies; <b>Richard Priory,</b> Duke Energy<br /> </p>
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2004
<p><b>Daniel Vasella, M.D. </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Novartis International AG<br /> Wednesday, November 17, 2004</p> <p><b>Kenneth D. Lewis</b><br /> President &amp; CEO, Bank of America<br /> Wednesday, October 13, 2004</p> <p><b>Michael D. Capellas</b><br /> President &amp; CEO, MCI<br /> Thursday, September 23, 2004</p> <p><b>Ronald D. Sugar</b><br /> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, Northrop Grumman<br /> Thursday, June 10, 2004</p> <p><b>Edward Whitacre, Jr.</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, SBC Communications<br /> Thursday, May 6, 2004</p> <p><b>Brian Roberts </b><br /> President &amp; CEO, Comcast Corporation<br /> Wednesday, March 24, 2004</p> <p><b>Maurice Greenberg </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, American International Group<br /> Tuesday, February 24, 2004</p> <p><b>James Parker</b><br /> Chief Executive Officer, Southwest Airlines<br /> Wednesday, January 14, 2004</p>
<p><b>Daniel Vasella, M.D.</b>, Novartis International; <b>Kenneth D. Lewis</b>, Bank of America; <b>Michael D. Capellas</b>, MCI; <b>Ronald D. Sugar,</b> Northrop Grumman; <b>Edward Whitacre, Jr.,</b> SBC Communications; <b>Brian Roberts</b>, Comcast; <b>Maurice Greenberg</b>, AIG;<b> James Parker,</b> Southwest Airlines</p>
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2005
<p><b>Michael H. Jordan </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Electronic Data Systems<br /> Wednesday, November 30, 2005</p> <p><b>George David </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, United Technologies Corporation<br /> Tuesday, October 25, 2005</p> <p><b>Richard F. Syron </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Freddie Mac<br /> Thursday, September 29, 2005</p> <p><b>Ivan Seidenberg</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Verizon Communications, Inc.<br /> Tuesday, September 20, 2005</p> <p><b>Daniel A. Carp</b><br /> Chairman, Eastman Kodak<br /> Tuesday, June 16, 2005</p> <p><b>Dominic D'Alessandro</b><br /> President &amp; CEO, Manulife Financial Corporation<br /> Tuesday, May 10, 2005</p> <p><b>Gary D. Forsee </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Sprint Corporation<br /> Tuesday, April 5, 2005</p> <p><b>Peter Brabeck-Letmathe</b> <br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Nestle S.A.<br /> Tuesday, March 8, 2005</p> <p><b>Gary W. Loveman</b> <br /> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, Harrah's Entertainment, Inc.<br /> Tuesday, January 20th, 2005</p>
<p><b>Michael H. Jordan</b>, Electronic Data Systems; <b>George David</b>, United Technologies; <b>Richard F. Syron</b>, Freddie Mac;<b> Ivan Seidenberg</b>; Verizon; <b>Daniel A. Carp</b>, Eastman Kodak; <b>Dominic D'Alessandro</b>, Manulife Financial; <b>Gary D. Forsee,</b> Sprint; <b>Peter Brabeck-Letmathe</b>, Nestle; <b>Gary W. Loveman</b>, Harrah's Entertainment</p>
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2006
<p><b>Rex W. Tillerson </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Exxon Mobil Corp.<br /> Thusday, November 30, 2006</p> <p><b>Richard C. Notebaert </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Qwest Communications Intl.<br /> Tuesday, October 24, 2006</p> <p><b>Robert Greifeld </b><br /> President &amp; CEO, The NASDAQ Stock Market, Inc.<br /> Tuesday, September 12, 2006</p> <p><b>Robert A. Iger </b><br /> President &amp; CEO, The Walt Disney Company<br /> Thursday, May 18, 2006</p> <p><b>Kevin W. Sharer </b><br /> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, Amgen Inc.<br /> Thursday, March 1, 2006</p> <p><b>A.G. Lafley </b><br /> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, The Procter &amp; Gamble Company<br /> Wednesday, January 25, 2006</p> <p><b>Kevin B. Rollins </b><br /> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, Amgen Inc.<br /> Thursday, January 12, 2006</p>
<p><b>Rex W. Tillerson</b>, Exxon Mobil Corp.; <b>Richard C. Notebaert</b>, Qwest Communications; <b>Robert Greifeld</b>, NASDAQ; <b>Robert A. Iger,</b> The Walt Disney Company; <b>Kevin W. Sharer,</b> Amgen; <b>A.G. Lafley</b>, Procter &amp; Gamble; <b>Kevin B. Rollins</b>, Amgen</p>
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2007
<p><b>Glenn F. Tilton </b><br /> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, UAL Corporation<br /> Tuesday, November 27, 2007 </p> <p><b>Andrew N. Liveris </b><br /> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, The Dow Chemical Company<br /> Thursday, October 18, 2007 </p> <p><b>Leslie Moonves </b><br /> President &amp; CEO, CBS Corporation<br /> Thursday, September 20, 2007 </p> <p><b>Charles O. Holliday, Jr. </b><br /> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, E.I. du Pont de Nemours &amp; Co.<br /> Wednesday, June 13, 2007 </p> <p><b>Robert P. Kelly </b><br /> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, Mellon Financial Corporation <br /> Thursday, May 17, 2007</p> <p><b>Randall Stephenson </b><br /> Chief Executive Officer, AT&amp;T Inc. <br /> Wednesday, April 18, 2007</p> <p><b>Sidney Taurel </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Eli Lilly &amp; Company <br /> Wednesday, March 14, 2007</p> <p><b>Harry E. Sloan </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. <br /> Thursday, February 27, 2007</p> <p><b>Janet L. Robinson </b><br /> President &amp; CEO, The New York Times Company <br /> Thursday, January 18, 2007</p>
<p><b>Glenn F. Tilton</b>, UAL; <b>Andrew N. Liveris</b>, Dow Chemical; <b>Leslie Moonves</b>, CBS; <b>Charles O. Holliday, Jr.</b>, E.I. du Pont de Nemours; <b>Robert P. Kelly</b>, Mellon Financial; <b>Randall Stephenson,</b> AT&amp;T; <b>Sidney Taurel,</b> Eli Lilly; <b>Harry E. Sloan</b>, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; <b>Janet L. Robinson</b>, The New York Times </p>
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2008
<p><b>James Goodnight</b><br /> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, SAS<br /> Tuesday, December 2, 2008</p> <p><b>Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo</b><br /> President &amp; CEO, Nokia Corporation<br /> Thursday, October 30, 2008</p> <p><b>Duncan L. Niederauer</b><br /> President &amp; CEO, NYSE Euronext <br /> Tuesday, October 7, 2008</p> <p><b>W. James McNerney, Jr.</b><br /> Chairman, President &amp; CEO, The Boeing Company<br /> Wednesday, September 24, 2008</p> <p><b>Anne M. Mulcahy </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Xerox<br /> Thursday, June 12, 2008</p> <p><b>David R. Brennan</b><br /> Chief Executive Officer, AstraZeneca <br /> Tuesday, May 6, 2008</p> <p><b>Ivan G. Seidenberg </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Verizon Communications, Inc.<br /> Thursday, March 31, 2008 </p> <p><b>Herbert Hainer </b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, adidas AG<br /> Thursday, January 31, 2008 </p>
<p><b>James Goodnight</b>, SAS; <b>Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo,</b> Nokia Corporation; <b>Duncan L. Niederauer,</b> NYSE Euronext; <b>James McNerney, Jr.,</b> The Boeing Company; <b>Anne M. Mulcahy,</b> Xerox; <b>David R. Brennan</b>, AstraZeneca; <b>Ivan G. Seidenberg</b>, Verizon; <b>Herbert Hainer,</b> adidas AG</p>
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2009
<p><b>Jeffrey B. Kindler</b><br /> Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Pfizer, Inc.<br /> Tuesday, December 1, 2009</p> <p><b>James Skinner</b><br /> Chief Executive Officer, McDonald's Corporation<br /> Tuesday, October 27, 2009</p> <p><b>Steve Ballmer</b><br /> Chief Executive Officer, Microsoft Corporation<br /> Friday, October 16, 2009</p> <p><b>Robert Greifeld</b><br /> President and CEO NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc.<br /> Tuesday, September 22, 2009</p> <p><b>David J. O'Reilly</b><br /> Chairman and CEO, Chevron Corporation<br /> Thursday, May 7, 2009 </p> <p><b>Kenneth D. Lewis</b><br /> Chairman &amp; CEO, Bank of America<br /> Thursday, March 12, 2009</p> <p><b>Peter Löscher</b><br /> President &amp; CEO, Siemens AG<br /> Wednesday, February 4, 2009</p>
<p><b>Jeffrey B. Kindler</b>, Pfizer; <b>James Skinner</b>, McDonald's Corporation; <b>Steve Ballmer</b>, Microsoft Corporation; <b>Robert Greifeld</b>, NASDAQ OMX Group; <b>David J. O'Reilly, </b>Chevron Corporation; <b>Kenneth D. Lewis, </b>Bank of America; <b>Peter Löscher,</b> Siemens AG</p>
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2010
<p><b>Severin Schwan</b><br /> Chief Executive Officer, Roche Group<br /> Thursday, December 2, 2010</p> <p><b>Brian Moynihan</b><br /> President and Chief Executive Officer, Bank of America<br /> Thursday, October 14, 2010</p> <p><b>Philip I. Kent</b><br /> Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.<br /> Wednesday, September 29, 2010</p> <p><b>John T. Chambers</b><br /> Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Cisco Systems, Inc.<br /> Friday, June 11, 2010</p> <p><b>Robert Dudley</b><br /> Chief Executive Officer, BP plc<br /> Thursday, May 6, 2010</p> <p><b>Philippe P. Dauman</b><br /> President and Chief Executive Officer, Viacom Inc.<br /> Thursday, March 25, 2010</p> <p><b>Steve Forbes</b><br /> President and Chief Executive Officer, Forbes, Editor-in-Chief, <i>Forbes</i> magazine<br /> Tuesday, February 2, 2010</p>
<p><b>Severin Schwan</b>, Roche Group; <b>Brian Moynihan</b>, Bank of America; <b>Philip I. Kent,</b> Turner Broadcasting System; <b>John T. Chambers,</b> Cisco Systems; <b>Robert Dudley,</b> BP plc; <b>Philippe P. Dauman</b>, Viacom; <b>Steve Forbes,</b> <i>Forbes</i> magazine</p>
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2011
<p><b>Gerald L. Hassell</b><br /> Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, BNY Mellon<br /> Tuesday, November 29, 2011</p> <p><b>Ed Haldeman, Jr.</b><br /> Chief Executive Officer, Freddie Mac<br /> Wednesday, October 26, 2011</p> <p><b>David Barger</b><br /> President and Chief Executive Officer, JetBlue Airways<br /> Thursday, September 22, 2011</p> <p><b>Randall L. Stephenson</b><br /> Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, AT&amp;T<br /> Wednesday, June 15, 2011</p> <p><b>Indra K. Nooyi</b><br /> Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo<br /> Friday, May 13, 2011</p> <p><b>Les Hinton</b><br /> Chief Executive Officer, Dow Jones &amp; Company<br /> Thursday, March 10, 2011</p> <p><b>Ellen Kullman</b><br /> Chair of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, DuPont<br /> Thursday, February 10, 2011</p>
<p><b>Gerald L. Hassell</b>, BNY Mellon; <b>Ed Haldeman, Jr.,</b> Freddie Mac; <b>David Barger,</b> JetBlue Airways; <b>Randall L. Stephenson</b>, AT&amp;T; <b>Indra K. Nooyi</b>, PepsiCo; <b>Les Hinton,</b> Dow Jones &amp; Company; and <b>Ellen Kullman</b>, DuPont.</p>
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2012
<p><b>Daniel P. Amos</b><br> Chairman and Chief Executive, Aflac, Inc.<br> Thursday, November 29, 2012</p> <p><b>John Stratton</b><br> President, Verizon Enterprise Solutions<br> Wednesday, October 24, 2012</p> <p><b>Dr. Marijn Dekkers</b><br> Chairman, Bayer AG<br> Wednesday, September 19, 2012</p> <p><b>Larry J. Merlo</b><br> President and Chief Executive Officer, CVS Caremark Corporation<br> Tuesday, June 5, 2012</p> <p><b>Ed Clark</b><br> President and Chief Executive Officer, TD Bank Group<br> Thursday, April 26, 2012</p> <p><b>Christopher A. Viehbacher</b><br> Chief Executive Officer, Sanofi, and Chairman, Genzyme Corporation<br> Tuesday, March 6, 2012</p> <p><b>Gary W. Loveman</b><br> Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, and President, Caesars Entertainment Corporation<br> Tuesday, February 14</p>
<p><b>Daniel P. Amos</b>, Aflac; <b>John Stratton</b>, Verizon Enterprise Solutions; <b>Dr. Marijn Dekkers</b>, Bayer AG; <b>Larry J. Merlo</b>, CVS Caremark;&nbsp;<b>Ed Clark</b>,&nbsp;TD Bank Group; <b>Christopher A. Viehbacher,</b> Sanofi and Genzyme;&nbsp;<b>Gary W. Loveman</b>, Caesars Entertainment</p>
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AT&T
<p>AT&amp;T Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson sat down for a Q&amp;A with Fidelity Investments Chief Executive Officer Abigail Johnson at the February 15 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. Stephenson, who was named to his current position in 2007, discussed the latest on AT&amp;T’s proposed acquisition of Time Warner, the future of media and advertising, the real-world implications of 5G technology, and the need for Congress to pass a consumer Internet Bill of Rights. He commented that, “Congress needs to step up and they need to take this issue [net neutrality and with it, privacy] on comprehensively—thou shalt not block, thou shalt not throttle, according to the statutes written by Congress.” AT&amp;T is a global leader in the rapidly converging technology, media and telecommunications space with reported revenues of $160 billion in 2017.</p>
<p><b>Randall Stephenson, Chairman, President and CEO</b><br> February 15, 2018</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSP1qfx9w-U&amp;t=1s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-randall-stephenson/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Abbott Laboratories
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, speaks with Robert Ford, president &amp; CEO of Abbott. Held on March 8, 2021, this &quot;Conversation with a CEO&quot; touches upon a variety of subjects including Abbott's role in developing rapid COVID in-home tests, how they are leading the way on connected health care to get closer to the patient and deliver results, what post-pandemic diagnostics will look like and their high school internship program geared towards engaging young women to explore STEM careers.</p>
<p><b>Robert Ford, President and CEO</b><br> March 8, 2021</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EW2FRJeV4e0"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-robert-ford-abbott-laboratories/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Accenture
<p>On November 9, 2022, the Boston College Chief<br> Executives Club welcomed Julie Sweet, chair and chief executive officer of<br> Accenture, who participated in a fireside chat with Denise Morrison '75,<br> former president and chief executive officer of Campbell Soup Company. The conversation focused on Sweet's leadership approach; what she hears from<br> other CEOs about the global economic outlook. and how she is advising them on business transformation; the &quot;war for talent&quot;; and how business<br> leaders are addressing Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) priorities.<br> </p>
<p><b>Julie Sweet, Chair and CEO</b><br /> November 9, 2022</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1AWE0jpW7s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-julie-sweet-accenture/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to Podcast</span></a></p>
American Express Company
<p>&quot;A real brand represents a rational and emotional connection between a company, its products, and its customer,&quot; American Express Company Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Kenneth Chenault told the March 31 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. “This is a lesson we learned the hard way at American Express in the late ’80s and ’90s,” Chenault acknowledged. “We assumed a brand name, particularly our brand name, mattered more than the product itself. But our customers’ expectations had changed. They wanted value, not just image. Because of their historical relationship with our brand, our customers gave us time. And instead of being damaged by all of this, our brand actually strengthened.” Roger Berkowitz, president and chief executive officer of Legal Sea Foods, introduced Chenault.</p>
<p><b>Kenneth I. Chenault, Chairman and CEO</b><br> March 31, 2015</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wp0GbSI_ids&amp;t=275s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-kenneth-i-chenault/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Bank of America
<p>Brian T. Moynihan, chairman and chief executive officer of Bank of America, sat down with Thomas May, chairman emeritus of Eversource Energy, at the November 8 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. Moynihan, who has served as chief executive officer since 2010, discussed the economy, world markets, and Bank of America’s commitment to the environment. He also spoke about his bank’s approach to responsible growth, saying, “You have to be the best place for teammates to work. You have to share your success with your communities. And you have to drive what we [Bank of America] call operational excellence, which gives us the permission to save money and invest in the future of the franchise.” With more than 200,000 employees serving individual consumers, companies of all sizes, and institutional investors, Bank of America is one of the world’s leading financial institutions.</p>
<p><b>Brian T. Moynihan, Chairman and CEO</b><br> November 8, 2018</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jzh9b5eZShE"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-brian-t-moynihan/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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CVS Health
<p>On October 12, 2022, the Boston College Chief Executives Club welcomed Karen S. Lynch '84, president, and chief executive officer of CVS Health, who participated in a fireside chat with Michael F. Mahoney, chairman, and chief executive officer of Boston Scientific. The conversation focused on CVS’s role in transforming the health care industry, its commitment to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) priorities, and the lessons on leadership learned during the turbulent times of the last few years.<br> </p>
<p><b>Karen S. Lynch '84, President and CEO</b><br> October 12, 2022</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-EIpZD1M6U"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-karen-s-lynch-cvs-health/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to Podcast</span></a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
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Campbell Soup Company
<p>Speaking at the April 12 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, Denise Morrison '75, president and chief executive officer of Campbell Soup Company, outlined her company's strategic response to &quot;seismic shifts&quot; in the food industry and the business landscape. &quot;Transformative demographic shifts,&quot; dramatically changing consumer food preferences that reflect a new focus on health and well-being, and &quot;the lightning fast pace of technology advancements&quot; demand that companies develop &quot;strategic foresight,&quot; Morrison said. That, she continued, &quot;is a process of establishing future-oriented perspectives to help fuel long-term planning, decision-making, and innovation. Foresight is a mindset. It's a journey. But it’s also an outcome.&quot; Suffolk Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John Fish, chair of the Boston College Board of Trustees, introduced Morrison.</p>
<p><b>Denise M. Morrison '75, President and CEO</b><br> April 12, 2017</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlHaD-xsmSo"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-denise-morrison/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Cerevel Therapeutics
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, speaks with Dr Tony Coles, chair &amp; CEO of Cerevel Therapeutics and chair of Yumanity Therapeutics. Held on April 23, 2020, this is the first &quot;Conversation with a CEO&quot; ever hosted by the Boston College Chief Executives Club.</p>
<p><b>Tony Coles, M.D., Chairman and CEO</b><br> April 23, 2020</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhbbwQ8ov_I&amp;t=5s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-tony-coles-cerevel-therapeutics/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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ConocoPhillips
<p>&quot;Few businesses have had to endure a 60 percent drop in revenues over the course of six months,&quot; ConocoPhillips Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Ryan Lance told the October 22 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. That’s what the oil and gas industries have experienced, as &quot;a combination of supply growth and weak demand has driven down oil prices to half what they were a year ago,&quot; he said. Energy efficiency standards for cars and trucks have grown stricter and technological innovations have increased the availability and supply of energy sources, further slowing demand. Companies that expect to succeed in this &quot;volatile cycling business&quot; have little choice but to cut costs and improve efficiency, Lance said. Eric Slifka, president and chief executive officer of Global Partners LP, introduced the speaker.</p>
<p><b>Ryan Lance, Chairman and CEO</b><br> October 22, 2015</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QR1jIAPmfqg&amp;t=406s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-conocophillips-ryan-lance/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Dell Technologies
<p>Dell Technologies Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael Dell sat down with Boston Globe Managing Director Linda Henry at the November 28 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. The discussion began with Dell's early years, when as a college freshman he founded the company that bears his name, and continued to the acquisition of EMC in 2016—the largest merger in technology industry history. Reflecting on the advantages of leading a private company, Dell said, &quot;we can make decisions quickly, and we can also take on risks that you probably wouldn't take on as a public company.&quot; Dell also spoke about the role of computing power in what’s been described as the Fourth Industrial Revolution as well as the expansion of information technology into all business areas. &quot;What we're seeing is information technology breaking out of information technology into every field. You can't do anything, can't buy a product, sell a product, or make a product—big or small company—without technology.</p>
<p><b>Michael Dell, Chairman and CEO</b><br> November 28, 2017</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElCZhYDLEf8"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-michael-dell/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Delta Air Lines
<p>Edward Bastian, chief executive officer of Delta Air Lines, sat down with C Space Chairman Diane Hessan at the March 9 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. Bastian, who joined the airline as a vice president of finance in 1998 and became CEO last May, talked about bringing the six-billion-dollar company back from bankruptcy, Delta’s employee profit-sharing plan, the importance of airport infrastructure, and improving the air travel experience. &quot;Fare is always going to be important, but quality of service is to us the most important attribute on which to compete,&quot; Bastian said. Millennials, he pointed out, now make up 35 percent of Delta’s customer base. &quot;They're a generation that values experiences rather than owning things. So we think our industry is the perfect industry for that,&quot; he said. &quot;They value transparency. They value quality. They want to be connected. We’re spending an awful lot of time trying to get people connected in the sky.&quot;</p>
<p><b>Edward H. Bastian, CEO</b><br> March 9, 2017</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdzsGyzbW9g"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-edward-bastian/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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DirecTV
<p>When Michael D. White '74 took over as chairman, president, and chief executive officer of DirecTV in 2010, he faced stunning growth in the importance of the Internet, mobility, and the Cloud as well as a sea change in availability of video content, White told the November 20 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives' Club. He also knew his industry’s dismal reputation for delivering customer service. So White and his team employed what he called a “triangle of advantage”: training attention on developing the best product and technology; providing the kind of service that builds customer loyalty; and offering “the most distinctive and compelling content.” Bob Maresca, president and chief executive officer, Bose Corporation, introduced White.</p>
<p><b>Michael D. White, Chairman, President, and CEO</b><br> November 20, 2014</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJLGgrEFEaU&amp;t=1110s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-michael-d-white/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Dow Inc.
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, speaks with Jim Fitterling chairman &amp; CEO of Dow. Held on June 25, 2020, this &quot;Conversation with a CEO&quot; touches upon a variety of subjects but focuses on Jim's leadership during COVID-19 and his commitment to diversity and inclusion.</p>
<p><b>Jim Fitterling, Chairman and CEO</b><br> June 25, 2020</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pi93bikCpO4&amp;t=7s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-jim-fitterling-dow-inc/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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DuPont
<p>Edward Breen, chairman and chief executive officer of DuPont, sat down with Delphi Automotive Chairman Raj Gupta at the December 8 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club at the Boston Harbor Hotel. Breen, who served on DuPont's board before assuming the helm of the chemical-manufacturing conglomerate last year, engineered a proposed $130 billion merger agreement between DuPont and the Dow Chemical Company. (The deal is subject to regulators' approval, which Breen said he expects is forthcoming.) Breen and Gupta talked about the DuPoint chief executive's success in turning around Tyco, a company that was very close to bankruptcy when he took over as CEO in 2002. Breen said the experience taught him the importance of &quot;living with your customer,&quot; and the critical role of teamwork in any company. &quot;A lot of people like politics and talking behind people’s backs, and I don’t want any of that,&quot; he said. David Torchiana, M.D., president and chief executive officer of Partners HealthCare, introduced Breen and Gupta.    </p>
<p><b>Edward D. Breen, Chairman and CEO</b><br> December 8, 2016</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J48iO-zGcwE"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-edward-d-breen/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Eastern Bank
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, speaks with Bob Rivers, chair &amp; CEO of Eastern Bank. Held on May 1, 2020, this &quot;Conversation with a CEO&quot; touches upon a variety of subjects including how COVID is impacting small businesses and the racial equity gap.</p>
<p><b>Robert F. Rivers, Chairman and CEO</b><br> May 1, 2020</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dhp5ZCoqFg"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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General Dynamics
<p>Phebe N. Novakovic, chairman and chief executive officer of General Dynamics, sat down with Thomas A. Kennedy, chairman and chief executive officer of Raytheon Company, at the June 11 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. Novakovic discussed her role leading General Dynamics, a global aerospace and defense company that designs and builds a variety of products, including nuclear-powered submarines and guided-missile destroyers, for government customers. She stressed the importance of a strong corporate ethos or culture. “The reason it’s important is because culture undergirds everything you do. It’s the personality of the organization. So part of that culture is alignment, transparency, honesty, and trust.” She also spoke about the defense industry as an early adopter of diversity and how mentoring should be gender and color blind. Novakovic has served as General Dynamics chief executive officer since 2013. Prior to joining the company, she worked for the Department of Defense, the White House Office of Management and Budget, and the Central Intelligence Agency. In 2018, General Dynamics reported earnings of $3.4 billion on revenue of $36.2 billion.</p>
<p><b>Phebe N. Novakovic, Chairman and CEO</b><br> June 11, 2019</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8TEbC5Hbhg"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-phebe-novakovic/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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General Electric
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, speaks with Larry Culp, chairman &amp; CEO of General Electric. Held on November 10, 2020, this &quot;Conversation with a CEO&quot; touches upon a variety of subjects including GE's response to COVID-19, their on-going transformation, lean management, and the importance of culture.</p>
<p><b>H. Lawrence Culp, Jr., Chairman and CEO</b><br> November 10, 2020</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4pH153vwwY"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-h-lawrence-culp-jr-general-electric/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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General Electric
<p>General Electric Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Immelt H'10 sat down with John Harthorne, founder and chief executive officer of MassChallenge, to talk about GE’s move to Boston at the March 24 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. GE announced earlier in the day it had chosen a 2.5-acre site in the Fort Point Channel section of the Seaport District for its new corporate headquarters. &quot;We plan to have about 200 people from corporate and about 800 people in labs around there,&quot; Immelt told a capacity crowd that included Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh. &quot;And we think, by the time it’s all said and done, there should be, let’s say, 4,000 jobs around the ecosystem in Boston.&quot; Immelt, who said GE would bring both jobs and a &quot;competitive spirit&quot; to the city, said there is no reason Boston in the next 20 years can’t be the leading center of technology and change that Silicon Valley and Seattle have been for the last 20 years. &quot;That’s our job—to do that together,&quot; Immelt said. R. Robert Popeo '61, chairman, Mintz Levin, introduced Immelt.</p>
<p><b>Jeffrey R. Immelt, Chairman and CEO</b><br> March 24, 2016</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oX59qTHA8eM"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-jeffrey-immelt-ceo-general-electric/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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General Motors Company
<p>Daniel Akerson, General Motors Company (GM) chairman and chief executive officer, discussed some of the automotive giant’s initiatives to attract younger, tech-savvy buyers at the Chief Executives’ Club of Boston on June 13. He also spoke about getting GM back on track since its 2008 government bailout. Joseph Hooley, chairman, president, and chief executive officer, State Street Corporation, introduced Akerson.</p>
<p><b>Daniel Akerson, Chairman and CEO</b><br> June 13, 2013</p> <p><a href="https://mediaf5.bc.edu/omc/frontrow/fr-2013-06-13-akerson.mp4"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p>
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Honeywell International
<p>“We really need about a $4 trillion deficit reduction or debt reduction package over the next 10 years,” David M. Cote, chairman and chief executive officer of Honeywell International, warned at the February 6 meeting of the Chief Executives’ Club of Boston. Cote used data from the Congressional Budget Office to illustrate the problem and consequences of the country’s $16.7 trillion debt if it is left unchecked. Thomas J. May, president and chief executive officer, Northeast Utilities, introduced Cote.</p>
<p><b>David Cote, Chairman and CEO</b><br> February 6, 2013</p> <p><a href="https://mediaf5.bc.edu/omc/frontrow/fr-2013-02-06-cote.mp4"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p>
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JPMorgan Chase
<p>The Boston College Chief Executives Club welcomed Jamie Dimon, chair &amp; CEO of JPMorgan Chase. Jamie Dimon engaged in a fireside chat with Warren K. Zola, Executive Director of The Boston College Chief Executives Club. The conversation focused on America’s role in a globally competitive landscape, JPMorgan Chase’s commitment to racial equity and their investment in New England, and lessons on leadership.</p>
<p><b>Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO</b><br> November 23, 2021</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZBptlEjNh0"><span class="btn btn-default">View Video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-jamie-dimon-jp-morgan/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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JetBlue
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, speaks with Robin Hayes, CEO of JetBlue. Held on September 24 2020, this &quot;Conversation with a CEO&quot; touches upon a variety of subjects including JetBlue's response to COVID-19, the future of air travel and new routes, sustainability, and their dedication to diversity &amp; inclusion.</p>
<p><b>Robin Hayes, CEO</b><br> September 24, 2020</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-xIRFxm06M"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-robin-hayes-jetblue/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Johnson & Johnson
<p>Alex Gorsky, chairman and chief executive officer of Johnson &amp; Johnson, spoke at the September 11 meeting of Boston College’s Chief Executives Club about innovations and challenges in today’s health care industry. The industry’s strength, he told attendees, lies in its ability to “take science and translate's that into clinical outcomes that ultimately can be put in the physicians’ hands, the patients’ hands” to achieve tangible improvements. Although Gorsky expressed his excitement about breakthroughs in the industry, he cautioned that “innovation doesn’t cure everything.” To meet the rising global demand for health care, he prescribed “more coordination of care” and “care approaches that consider the total cost of health care.” Jeffrey Leiden, chairman, president, and chief executive officer of Vertex Pharmaceuticals, introduced Gorsky.</p>
<p><b>Alex Gorsky, Chairman, and CEO</b><br> September 11, 2015</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHqGuC3Hz6A&amp;t=417s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-johnson-johnson-alex-gorsky/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Kimberly-Clark Corporation
<p>Sustainable businesses need consistent growth, Thomas Falk, chairman and chief executive officer of Kimberly-Clark Corporation, told the April 3 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives’ Club of Boston. Taking care of customers, finding ways to grow both locally and globally, and developing talent are essential for a company to flourish. “The mark of a sustainable enterprise,” Falk said, “is being flexible and agile, taking a look at your portfolio, continuing to make sure you’re in the right businesses.” Fay Donohue, president and chief executive officer of Delta Dental of Massachusetts, introduced Falk.</p>
<p><b>Thomas J. Falk, Chairman and CEO</b><br> April 3, 2014</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaDJuumCGK0&amp;t=337s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-thomas-j-falk/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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MGM Resorts International
<p>Businesses can do well while doing good, MGM Resorts International Chairman and Chief Executive Officer James J. Murren told the Chief Executives’ Club of Boston on December 5. He talked about overhauling the company’s corporate culture after the recession, investing in his employees, and the gambling and entertainment giant’s bid, now under state gambling commission review, to build an $800 million resort casino in Springfield, Mass. Laura Sen ’78, president and chief executive officer of BJ’s Wholesale Club, introduced Murren.</p>
<p><b>James Murren, Chairman and CEO</b><br> December 5, 2013</p> <p><a href="https://mediaf5.bc.edu/omc/frontrow/fr-2013-12-05-murren.mp4"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p>
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Major League Baseball
<p>Commissioner of Baseball Robert D. Manfred, Jr., sat down with Samuel H. Kennedy, president and chief executive officer of the Boston Red Sox, at the March 6 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. Manfred, baseball’s commissioner since 2015, discussed his goals for the industry, including expanded youth participation, international growth, increased marketing of the game's young stars, and furtherance of the game's diversity goals. In discussing player negotiations, Manfred said, “It’s not just what you do when you’re a year away from expiration, it’s how you conduct yourself during the term of the agreement. It’s a give and take.” Under Manfred’s leadership, Major League Baseball has produced a new five-year collective bargaining agreement, and sold a 75 percent stake in BAMTech, a leading technology services and video streaming company created by the league, to The Walt Disney Company. The oldest of the top four professional sports leagues in North America, MLB routinely draws approximately 70 million fans per season, earning revenues reportedly near $10 billion per year.</p>
<p><b>Robert D. Manfred, Jr., Commissioner</b><br> March 6, 2019</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kpwpoPAu2g"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-rob-manfred/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Marriott International
<p>At the January 17 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, Marriott International President and Chief Executive Officer Arne Sorenson, who in 2012 became the third CEO in the company's 90-year history, discussed the latest innovation efforts in the travel industry, the integration of Starwood Hotels and Resorts, and the future of travel during a conversation with Hill Holliday Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Karen Kaplan. Sorenson also spoke of industry disruptors like Google search and Airbnb and how these along with global geopolitical issues and technology are the biggest challenges facing the hospitality industry. When asked what he hopes his legacy will be, Sorenson commented, &quot;I think CEOs get more credit than they deserve and more blame than they deserve. The truth is that we accomplish nothing by ourselves; success is purely through our people and through our teams—it's a collective effort.&quot;</p>
<p><b>Arne Sorenson, President and CEO</b><br> January 17, 2018</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pl5iEH3STZ8"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-arne-m-sorenson/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
<p>Martha Stewart, founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, sat down with Carol Meyrowitz, executive chairman of The TJX Companies, at the February 6 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. An Emmy Award-winning television show host, entrepreneur, bestselling author, and America’s most trusted lifestyle expert, Stewart’s brand reaches approximately 100 million consumers across all media and merchandising platforms each month. Stewart discussed brand strategy, product excellence, mentors, and some of her future projects. “We wake up: ‘Alexa, what’s the weather?’ I’d rather ask Martha,” she said. “I’m working on a piece of software now that I hope will be useful to the homemaker. We need more organization and ease of information retrieval as homemakers.” Stewart, the chief creative officer and a board member of parent company Sequential Brands Group, also touched on the philanthropic causes she supports, including geriatric medical care and the environment.</p>
<p><b>Martha Stewart, Founder</b><br> February 6, 2019</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrO8JvT7isU"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-martha-stewart/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Massachusetts Port Authority
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, speaks with Lisa Wieland, CEO of the Massachusetts Port Authority. Held on February 9, 2021, this &quot;Conversation with a CEO&quot; touches upon a variety of subjects including the impact the current pandemic has had on travel, the organization's commitment to their unique public/private partnerships to develop green space, and ongoing investment in diversity, equity, and inclusion.</p>
<p><b>Lisa Wieland, CEO</b><br> February 9, 2021</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vc09qPH_ZqQ"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-lisa-wieland-massachusetts-port-authority/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, continues our series &quot;Conversations with CEOs.&quot; This time, he speaks with the Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Kimberly Budd for a conversation on leading the judicial branch in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.</p> <p>In our conversation, we discuss how the pandemic and racial tensions of the past year have highlighted the importance of the judiciary and what changes to the system were made to ensure that justice did not stop. We discussed the importance of SJC on the national stage, being the first woman of color to lead the court, and ways the business community could support the legal system.</p>
<p><b>Kimberly Budd, Chief Justice</b><br> May 25, 2021</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMs1RVLNz_w"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-chief-justice-of-the-massachusetts-supreme-judicial-court-kimberly-budd/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Mayo Clinic
<p>John Noseworthy, M.D., president and chief executive officer of the Mayo Clinic, sat down with Boston Scientific Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael Mahoney at the April 26 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. In this question-and-answer session, Dr. Noseworthy described the Mayo Clinic as the first integrated group practice of medicine, where all decisions go back to the patient. &quot;Any question that comes up at the Mayo Clinic, either on the administrative side or in the practice, we find if we put the patient at the center of the room and say 'what's best for this patient?', we always get the answer more quickly.&quot; Dr. Noseworthy also discussed the cost of health care, innovations in care delivery, cancer treatments, the mandate to cure Alzheimer’s, and how the industry alone can't solve all our nation's health problems. The Mayo Clinic is one of the largest not-for-profit academic health systems in the U.S., with $11.9 billion in annual revenues and 63,000 employees.</p>
<p><b>John Noseworthy, M.D., President and CEO</b><br> April 26, 2018</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0B_-VpmHrA"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-dr-john-h-noseworthy/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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McDonald's
<p>&quot;McDonald’s wouldn’t come to the top of people's lists as being one of the most innovative companies in the world,&quot; particularly during this time of technology-driven disruption, Stephen Easterbrook, president and chief executive officer of the McDonald’s Corporation, told the February 2 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. While McDonald's has made its mark in the past with major innovations such as the development and introduction of its drive-through restaurants, it has more recently been &quot;showing some dangerous signs of aging.&quot; To address that, &quot;we have tried to squeeze about four or five years' worth of change into two years,&quot; Easterbrook said. He pointed to successes such as McDonald's All Day Breakfast (which now accounts for some 20 percent of the corporation’s US business), and the introduction of Apple Pay at its American franchises. &quot;Another nice recent example,&quot; Easterbrook noted, &quot;was our commitment last year to shift the two billion eggs that we buy every year in the US to cage-free eggs.&quot; Boston Scientific Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael Mahoney introduced Easterbrook.</p>
<p><b>Stephen J. Easterbrook, President and CEO</b><br> February 2, 2017</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngD7TMEf8hY"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-steve-easterbrook/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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McKesson Corporation
<p>The healthcare system alone can’t be blamed for the crisis in health costs, John Hammergren, chairman, president, and chief executive officer of McKesson Corporation, told the October 2 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives' Club. “The health of our population bears a great deal of the responsibility,” said Hammergren. He encouraged employers to help their employees become informed healthcare consumers. Wayne Budd, senior counsel at Goodwin Procter, introduced Hammergren. </p>
<p><b>John Hammergren, Chairman, President, and CEO</b><br> October 2, 2014</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgARGlfTOvo&amp;t=324s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-john-hammergren/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Merck
<p>Kenneth C. Frazier, chairman and chief executive officer of Merck, sat down with Tony Coles, M.D., chairman and chief executive officer of Yumanity Therapeutics and chairman of Cerevel Therapeutics, at the April 12 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. Frazier spoke about the pharmaceutical industry’s duty to get people medicines and the balance of cost and innovation, saying, &quot;If you’re going to solve the problem of how people are charged for medicines, you’ve got to look at the entire health care system. We have to create the incentives to bring those costs down without killing the ability of companies to innovate.&quot; As chairman and chief executive officer since 2011, Frazier has directed Merck to increase its investment in research and development while focusing efforts to develop lifesaving treatments and vaccines that provide broad benefits to society. With nearly 70,000 global employees and a reported revenue of $42.3 billion, and $7.9 billion spent on research and development in 2018, the company’s research targets significant health challenges—such as cancer, HPV, HIV, antibiotic-resistant infection, and many others.</p>
<p><b>Kenneth C. Frazier, Chairman and CEO</b><br> April 12, 2019</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8BrAt6aIpE"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-ken-frazier/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Moderna
<p>The Boston College Chief Executives Club welcomed Stéphane Bancel, CEO of Moderna. Stéphane Bancel engaged in a fireside chat with Warren K. Zola, Executive Director of The Boston College Chief Executives Club. The conversation focused on Moderna’s role in developing an mRNA vaccine to combat COVID-19, the manufacturing challenges of the vaccine’s rapid deployment, and the impact this new platform will have on the future of medicine and healthcare.<br /> </p>
<p><b>Stéphane Bancel, CEO</b><br> April 6, 2022</p> <p><span class="btn btn-default"><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v09IajzVPG0">View video</a></span></p> <p><span class="btn btn-default"><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-stephane-bancel-moderna/">Listen to Podcast</a></span></p>
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NIKE, Inc.
<p>Innovation and inspiration are important to every athlete, whether “you’re LeBron James or you’re James from down the street,” Mark Parker, president and chief executive officer of NIKE, Inc., told the May 1 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives’ Club of Boston. In its four decades of making products for top performers, Nike has developed a work environment in which employee curiosity—and innovation—are encouraged, Parker said. Robert Kraft, chairman of The Kraft Group, introduced the speaker.</p>
<p><b>Mark Parker, President and CEO</b><br> May 1, 2014</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDoJBEb2QBs&amp;t=585s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-mark-parker/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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National Basketball Association
<p>The National Basketball Association (NBA) has trained its attention on “global, mobile, and social” ways to interact with its international fan base, newly appointed NBA Commissioner Adam Silver told the March 12 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives’ Club of Boston. Silver touched on topics from player eligibility to preparing for life post-basketball to the creation of a development league during his lunchtime talk. Wyc Grousbeck, managing partner and governor of the Boston Celtics, introduced Silver.</p>
<p><b>Adam Silver, Commissioner</b><br> March 12, 2014</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdWr0J9Izhs&amp;t=267s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-adam-silver/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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National Grid
<p>The Boston College Chief Executives Club welcomed John Pettigrew, CEO of National Grid. John Pettigrew engaged in a fireside chat with Pratt Wiley, the president &amp; CEO of The Partnership. The conversation focused on National Grid's efforts to invest in green energy, offshore wind farms, the importance of diversity, and lessons on leadership.</p>
<p><b>John Pettigrew, CEO</b><br> March 17, 2022</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8g4u_S-jQc&amp;t=3s"><span class="btn btn-default">View Video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-john-pettigrew-national-grid/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to Podcast</span></a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
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National Grid
<p>Speaking to the October 24 Chief Executives’ Club of Boston, National Grid Chief Executive Officer Steve Holliday described how the utility is confronting major forces in the global energy challenge: aging infrastructure, dramatic changes in the availability and sources of energy supplies, extreme weather, and an aging workforce and skills gap. John F. Fish, chairman and chief executive officer of Suffolk Construction, introduced Holliday.</p>
<p><b>Steve Holliday, CEO&nbsp;</b><br> October 24, 2013</p> <p><a href="https://mediaf5.bc.edu/omc/frontrow/fr-2013-10-24-holliday.mp4"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p>
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Oracle Corporation
<p>Cloud computing is spurring &quot;a shift in complexity from companies to the R&amp;D of the industry, and an acceleration of features and innovation,&quot; Oracle Corporation Chief Executive Officer Mark V. Hurd told a packed Boston College Chief Executives Club luncheon April 22 at the Boston Harbor Hotel. With the IT industry poised to spend some $100 billion on R&amp;D, Hurd said, Oracle’s mission is to help companies manage the transition. State Street Corporation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Joseph L. Hooley introduced Hurd.</p>
<p><b>Mark V. Hurd, CEO</b><br> April 22, 2015</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z73KUA9M-pI&amp;t=567s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-mark-v-hurd/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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PepsiCo.
<p><b>Ramon L. Laguarta, Chairman and CEO</b><br> October 2, 2020</p> <p><i>* A digitized recording is not available for this event.</i></p>
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Philip Morris International
<p>André Calantzopoulos, chief executive officer of Philip Morris International (PMI), addressed the May 3 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. Calantzopoulos spoke about the company’s vision to create a smoke-free future backed by science, technology, and innovation to offer less harmful choices to those who would otherwise continue smoking. In discussing the current state of the company’s work to bring new products to market, Calantzopoulos said, “It’s only through working with regulators that you can find solutions. And our industry, in particular, has to be much more collaborative.” To date, PMI has invested more than $6 billion in the research and development, manufacturing, and commercialization of smoke-free products, with approximately 400 dedicated scientists and engineers. Calantzopoulos and other company officials have said that at least 38 percent of their net revenues will come from smoke-free products like the IQOS heated tobacco line by 2025. Currently, PMI employs approximately 77,000 people worldwide, and at the close of 2018, it reported net revenues of $29.6 billion.</p>
<p><b>André Calantzopoulos, CEO</b><br> May 3, 2019</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_5Q9XjXXNI"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bc-ceo-club-andr%C3%A9-calantzopoulos/id1051432703?i=1000437755355"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Procter & Gamble
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, speaks with David Taylor, chairman, president &amp; CEO of Procter &amp; Gamble. Held on September 1 2020, this &quot;Conversation with a CEO&quot; touches upon a variety of subjects including P&amp;G's response to COVID-19, supply chain, diversity &amp; inclusion, and their dedication to R&amp;D.</p>
<p><b>David S. Taylor, Chairman, President and CEO</b><br> September 1, 2020</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKtVFSmj7t0&amp;t=1s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-david-taylor-procter-gamble/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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PwC's CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion Initiative
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, continues our series &quot;Conversations with CEOs.&quot; This time, we host three CEOS, who in addition to promoting diversity and inclusion within their organizations, are members of PwC's &quot;CEO Action for Diversity &amp; Inclusion Initiative.&quot;</p> <p>Our panelists include: Jenny Johnson, president &amp; CEO of<br /> Franklin Templeton, Wright Lassiter III, president &amp; CEO of the Henry Ford Health System, and Tim Ryan, US chairman &amp; senior partner of PwC.</p>
<p><b>April 5, 2021</b></p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6P3wkcYMxA"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-pwcs-ceo-action-for-diversity-inclusion-initiative/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Racial Injustice Forum
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, discusses racial injustice with Carol Fulp, CEO of Fulp Diversity, and Linda Henry, Managing Director of <i>The Boston Globe</i>.<br /> </p>
<p><b>June 16, 2020</b></p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EO9KBww_v8M&amp;t=99s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-forum-on-racial-injustice-featuring-carol-fulp-of-fulp-diversity-and-linda-henry-of-the-boston-globe/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Rapid7
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, speaks with Corey Thomas, chair &amp; CEO of Rapid7. Held on May 28, 2020, this &quot;Conversation with a CEO&quot; touches upon a variety of subjects but focuses on Corey's involvement on Mass. Governor Charlie Baker's &quot;Reopening Advisory Board&quot; relative to COVID-19.</p>
<p><b>Corey Thomas, Chairman and CEO</b><br> May 28, 2020</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSHUfpb8kMM&amp;t=3s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-corey-thomas-rapid7/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Regeneron Pharmaceuticals
<p>Physician/scientist Dr. Leonard S. Schleifer, M.D., Ph.D., the founder, president, and chief executive officer of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, told the May 18 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club he is the only CEO of a public company who can't quote its most recent quarterly earnings. &quot;The ethos of the company is research,&quot; explained  Schleifer. &quot;If we do well by patients and we succeed at a business plan, of course we’re going to have great earnings.&quot; One of the leading biopharma companies in the country, Regeneron is known for its in-house R&amp;D, &quot;its innovation and now for bringing five approved drugs to the marketplace,&quot; said Brigham Health President Elizabeth Nabel, M.D., who introduced Schleifer and sat down with him for a discussion. Schleifer talked about some of Regeneron's breakthrough successes in human genome sequencing, the drug Eylea for macular degeneration, and a new drug for atopic dermatitis. He and Nabel then segued to the subject of drug pricing—a dilemma, Schleifer said, that &quot;has the potential to be the undoing of our industry.&quot;</p>
<p><b>Leonard S. Schleifer, M.D., Ph.D., Founder, President, and CEO</b><br> May 18, 2017</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6g13URRaYZI"><span class="btn btn-default">Watch video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-leonard-s-scheifler/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Royal Dutch Shell
<p>Peter Voser, chief executive officer of Royal Dutch Shell, discussed the resurgence of natural gas as a United States energy source at the March 21 Chief Executives’ Club of Boston. He touted the clean-burning properties of natural gas, while acknowledging environmentalists’ concerns about hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” the drilling technique used to remove natural gas from shale rock. Eric Slifka, president and chief executive officer of Global Partners LP, introduced Voser.</p>
<p><b>Peter Voser, CEO&nbsp;</b><br> March 21, 2013</p> <p><a href="https://mediaf5.bc.edu/omc/frontrow/fr-2013-03-21-voser.mp4"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p>
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SAP
<p>Bill McDermott, co-chief executive officer of software giant SAP, told the February 6 meeting of the Chief Executives’ Club of Boston that large organizations should simplify the delivery of technology in order to move forward. Like SAP, companies should look to Millennials—the “next great generation”—as a key to growth, he said. McDermott also spoke about opportunities for real-time computing in industries ranging from health care to professional sports and about information security. Joseph Tucci, chairman and chief executive officer of EMC Corporation, introduced McDermott.</p>
<p><b>Bill McDermott, Co-CEO</b><br> February 6, 2014</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeG8Ed_wXiU&amp;t=387s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-bill-mcdermott/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Suffolk Construction Company
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, speaks with John Fish, Chairman &amp; CEO of Suffolk. Held on May 7, 2020, this &quot;Conversation with a CEO&quot; touches upon a variety of subjects including how COVID is impacting businesses in Boston and what it will take to come back.</p>
<p><b>John Fish, Chairman and CEO</b><br> May 7, 2020</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjwTjpYiYCY"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-john-fish-suffolk-construction-company/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Target Corporation
<p>&quot;Pick an industry. Whether you’re in financial services, manufacturing, health care, or retail, the kind of disruption we’re seeing today is nothing short of amazing,&quot; Target Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Brian Cornell told the February 3 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. During the last holiday season, more retail consumers shopped online than visited physical stores, Cornell said. Despite that disruption, &quot;our store traffic grew in 2015. Our guests still love the ease and the convenience that comes in that digital channel, but they also love to touch and feel and interact with product. We have to embrace this new digital connection, but we can’t lose sight of the importance of running great stores.&quot; Laura Sen ’78, non-executive chairman of BJ’s Wholesale Club, introduced Cornell at the luncheon meeting.</p>
<p><b>Brian C. Cornell, Chairman and CEO</b><br> February 3, 2016</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVb5nYh-Ja8"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-brian-c-cornell-ceo-target-corporation/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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The Coca-Cola Company
<p>The Boston College Chief Executives Club met at the Mansion House in Dublin, Ireland, on September 2 for its inaugural Global Forum. Keynote speaker Muhtar Kent, chairman and chief executive officer of The Coca-Cola Company, spoke about the connections between Ireland and America through history, culture, and commerce. “America is Ireland’s number one destination for exports,” Kent noted, praising the country for its successful business partnerships. He also touted five characteristics of contemporary Ireland he considers worth emulating: dynamism, cultural pride, innovation, resilience, and collaboration. Joseph L. Hooley III ’79, chairman and chief executive officer of State Street Corporation and Boston College Trustee, introduced Kent at the luncheon. (The event was one in a series leading up to the September 3 Aer Lingus College Football Classic, in which the Boston College Eagles, unfortunately lost to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 14–17.)</p>
<p><b>Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO</b><br> September 2, 2016</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRunSxlD_Ls"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-muhtar-kentchairman-and-ceo%c2%a0the-coca-cola-companychairman-and-ceo%c2%a0the-coca-cola-company/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
<p>Lloyd Blankfein, chairman and chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs, sat down with State Street Corporation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Joseph L. Hooley III ’79 at the March 22 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. In this question-and-answer session, Blankfein discussed the economy and markets, touching on a number of topics including the past mortgage crisis, his company’s move to consumer lending, and Europe’s current leading statesman. When asked about his much-discussed retirement, Blankfein said, “When things are going badly, you can’t leave. When things are going well, you don’t want to leave. So, you almost by definition—have to leave when you don’t want to leave.” In his nearly 25 years at Goldman Sachs, Blankfein has held a number of positions before becoming chairman and CEO in 2006.</p>
<p><b>Lloyd Blankfein, Chairman and CEO</b><br> March 22, 2018</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjfGYQM3GsQ"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-lloyd-blankfein/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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The Walt Disney Company
<p>The Boston College Chief Executives Club welcomed Bob Chapek, CEO of The Walt Disney Company. Bob Chapek engaged in a fireside chat with Robert Kraft, chairman &amp; CEO of The Kraft Group. The conversation focused on Disney’s response to the global pandemic, the company’s role in the ‘metaverse,’ what makes Disney’s culture unique, and the rise in popularity of streaming TV offerings.</p>
<p><b>Bob Chapek, CEO</b><br> November 15, 2021</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYkADWPSZrU&amp;t=8s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-bob-chapek-the-walt-disney-company/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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The Walt Disney Company
<p>New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft interviewed his long-time friend and business associate Robert Iger, chairman and chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Company, at the October 5 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. Disney's market cap has grown from less than $50 billion to more than $150 billion in the 11 years Iger has led the company, noted Kraft. He praised Iger’s &quot;vision and leadership during the economic downturn,&quot; when Disney outmaneuvered its competitors to acquire Lucasfilm, the Marvel/Captain America franchise, and Pixar. Iger spoke about the opening of the Shanghai Disney Resort, and the multiple challenges of changing technology. While he declined to discuss rumors that Disney was considering acquiring Netflix or Twitter, he said it was imperative that business leaders aggressively embrace new technology &quot;not only because of its inevitability and the fact that it’s changing us so much, but because it’s where the consumer is today.&quot; </p>
<p><b>Robert A. Iger, Chairman and CEO</b><br> October 5, 2016</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqRl6UrQT4I&amp;t=1093s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-robert-a-iger/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Tiffany & Co.
<p>Alessandro Bogliolo, chief executive officer of Tiffany &amp; Co., sat down with Lawrence K. Fish, chairman of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, at the October 3 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. Bogliolo discussed the global presence of the luxury brand with more than 300 retail stores worldwide and the iconic design of the Tiffany setting, still a bestseller 130 years since its debut. He also spoke of the company’s commitment to corporate social responsibility. Under Bogliolo’s leadership, Tiffany &amp; Co. launched the Diamond Source Initiative, which identifies for customers the provenance of all newly sourced, individually registered diamonds. The initiative is a significant step in diamond transparency and continues Tiffany’s long-standing commitment to responsible sourcing. “For consumers, that means you come to Tiffany to buy a diamond to celebrate a beautiful moment in your life with a guarantee that diamonds are mined in countries in respect of human rights.” Tiffany &amp; Co. has more than 14,000 employees, including more than 5,000 skilled artisans who cut diamonds and craft jewelry in the company’s workshops.</p>
<p><b>Alessandro Bogliolo, CEO</b><br> October 3, 2019</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sl89BxyFwD4"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/?p=12803557&amp;token=659018e4d3b4fefc3bc504a363cfb327"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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UPS
<p>UPS Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David Abney talked about business challenges and the future of trade at the May 19 gathering of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. Emerging markets, e-commerce, and technology are key concerns for today’s business leaders, Abney pointed out. But trade, he noted, is of paramount importance. &quot;We’ve got to align trade agreements with the realities we face,&quot; said Abney. &quot;I really believe the last time we’ve seen so much disalignment between trading rules and reality was the Boston Tea Party.&quot; Niraj Shah, co-founder, co-chairman, and chief executive officer of Wayfair, introduced Abney.</p>
<p><b>David Abney, Chairman and CEO</b><br> May 19, 2016</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MB2Aqhu6o14"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-david-abney-chairman-ceo-ups/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Uber Technologies
<p>Uber Technologies Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick disrupted tradition at the December 1 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. Rather than delivering prepared remarks for about 20 minutes from behind a podium, the serial entrepreneur sat down for an open-ended question and answer session with Alex von Tobel, founder and chief executive officer of LearnVest. The two talked about the red-hot success of the ride-hailing service, which is currently valued at $6 billion and has a presence in more than 300 cities, as well as Uber’s future. “We believe in making cities better,” said Kalanick. He predicts that Uber and its new shared-ride option, uberPOOL, will have a “huge impact on congestion,” and further the company’s aim to provide “transportation as reliable as running water everywhere for everyone…a reliable way to get around your city without ever having to own a car.” John Harthorne, founder and chief executive officer of MassChallenge, introduced Kalanick.</p>
<p><b>Travis Kalanick, Co-Founder and CEO</b><br> December 1, 2015</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QB1vbqjmuPA&amp;t=363s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-uber-travis-kalanick/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Under Armour
<p>Kevin Plank, founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Under Armour, spoke to the June 10 meeting of Boston College’s Chief Executives Club about his company’s growth from a specialty T-shirt line headquartered in his grandmother’s basement into a multibillion dollar sports apparel giant poised to disrupt an industry. Plank is excited about the company’s development of “Connected Fitness,” a network of platforms and tools that measure sleep, activity, fitness, and nutrition, he said. “Brands are meant to have a point of view,” Plank told the gathering. “If we can inspire people to measure [their personal health and fitness], if we can get them to make better-informed decisions, that [will] allow them to take action, that will effect change.” Hill Holliday Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Karen Kaplan introduced the speaker.</p>
<p><b>Kevin Plank, Founder, Chairman, and CEO</b><br> June 10, 2015</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ARgHI7VkXE&amp;t=521s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-kevin-plank/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Visa, Inc.
<p>Alfred F. Kelly, Jr., chief executive officer of Visa, Inc., sat down with John Fish, chairman and chief executive officer of Suffolk, at the September 27 meeting of the Boston College Chief Executives Club. The two Boston College Board of Trustees members discussed businesses and economies around the world, the rapid growth of the payments &quot;ecosystem,&quot; and a range of innovations, including cryptocurrencies—evolving digital monetary options that Visa tracks, but doesn't see as quite the right fit now as a payment vehicle. When asked about the future of cash, Kelly commented, &quot;last year was the first time that electronic or digital payments were more than cash, yet the absolute amount of money spent on cash around the world was actually higher last year than five years ago.&quot; He went on to speculate that a cashless world won't take place during his tenure as CEO of Visa. With nearly 17,000 employees worldwide and reported revenues of $18.4 billion in 2017, Visa is the world’s leader in digital payments and is capable of handling more than 65,000 transactions a second.</p>
<p><b>Alfred F. Kelly, Jr., CEO</b><br> September 27, 2018</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgKGVhA-Atw"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-alfred-f-kelly-jr/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Wayfair
<p>Warren K. Zola, executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club, speaks with Niraj Shah, co-founder, co-chair &amp; CEO of Wayfair. Held on May 21, 2020, this &quot;Conversation with a CEO&quot; touches upon a variety of subjects including how the Boston business community is coming together in the current pandemic.</p>
<p><b>Niraj Shah, Co-Founder, Co-Chairman and CEO</b><br> May 21, 2020</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv1yfGS0ikw&amp;t=4s"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-niraj-shah-wayfair/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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World Economic Forum
<p>At a September 20 meeting that launched the Boston College Chief Executives Club's 25th year, German engineer and economist Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), discussed his foundation’s origins in 1971, major economic shifts over the last 46 years, and ongoing challenges that the &quot;global village&quot; of WEF is dedicated to addressing. In a conversation with Steve Pagliuca, co-chairman of Bain Capital and co-owner of the Boston Celtics, Schwab described how WEF has evolved into the preeminent international, non-partisan organization for public-private collaboration by fostering corporate citizenship, social entrepreneurship, and the idea that &quot;in a global world, business is itself a stakeholder in our global future.&quot; Schwab also previewed his foundation’s 2018 annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, at which 2,500 global business leaders, heads of state, and academics will address &quot;shaping a shared narrative in a fractured world.&quot;</p>
<p><b>Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman</b><br> September 20, 2017</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1brIem0xfVw"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-klaus-schwab/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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Wynn Resorts
<p>Casino magnate Stephen Wynn, chairman and chief executive officer of Wynn Resorts, told the June 8 Boston College Chief Executives Club he expects to open the Wynn Boston Harbor Resort in May 2019—despite legal challenges from the city of Somerville. &quot;As I understand it, the mayor is morally opposed to it,&quot; Wynn said of his controversial $2.1 billion casino development. &quot;We’re talking about a place that’s fun to go.&quot; A &quot;healthy majority of citizens,&quot; Wynn said, recognize that casino development helps spur &quot;tourism, taxes, and jobs.&quot; The Las Vegas mogul emphasized the difference between a casino—a &quot;passive thing,&quot; and the &quot;experiential&quot; elements of a casino resort—a place &quot;where rooms are beautiful, where the amenities are terrific…where you can live life a little larger than you can every day.&quot; Wynn also touched on his ideas of leadership, the importance of customer service, and politics. Former Massachusetts Governor William Weld, who is now running for vice president on the Libertarian ticket, introduced Wynn.</p>
<p><b>Stephen A. Wynn, Chairman and CEO</b><br> June 8, 2016</p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QJQPvY_KyA"><span class="btn btn-default">View video</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://ceobostoncollege.podbean.com/e/bc-ceo-club-stephen-a-wynn-chairman-ceo-wynn-resorts/"><span class="btn btn-default">Listen to podcast</span></a></p>
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