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Season IV

Episode 401:
HAPPY CUSTOMERS AND EMPLOYEES:
The Recipe for Success

Broadcast date: April, 2006
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Featured Guests:

Blake W. Nordstrom
President, Nordstrom, Inc.

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Jim Donald
President and CEO, Starbucks Coffee Company

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On this episode of CEO EXCHANGE, taped at the University of Washington Business School in Seattle, we'll meet two CEOs of companies known for bonding with their customers and employees.  Blake W. Nordstrom is carrying on the pioneering family tradition of providing exceptional customer service at a large retail store, where employees are considered part of the extended family.  Jim Donald makes sure that Starbucks is a comfortable home-away-from-home for customers, and the company takes pride in treating employees as "partners."  Two CEOs who realize that happy customers and happy employees keep the cash registers ringing.

Taped at the University of Washington Business School in Seattle


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Episode 402:
WINNING THE GAME:
The Rough-and-Tumble Business of Sports
Broadcast date: April, 2006
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Featured Guests:

David J. Stern
Commissioner, National Basketball Association

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Allan H. (Bud) Selig
Commissioner, Major League Baseball

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On this episode of CEO EXCHANGE, taped at Columbia Business School in New York, we'll get an insiders' glimpse into the high-stakes world of professional sports from two executives who know it best.  David Stern, Commissioner of the National Basketball Association, has taken his sport to new heights while trying to keep viewers from heading for the exits.  Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig has sought to level the field between big market and small market teams while playing defense about alleged steroid use by athletes. It's a world of big egos...and big money.  The basketball and baseball commissioners...both seeking that winning formula for continued success.

Taped at Columbia Business School in New York


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Episode 403:
MULTIMEDIA IN THE DIGITAL AGE
Broadcast date: April, 2006
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Brian L. Roberts
Chairman and CEO, Comcast Corporation
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Harold W. (Terry) McGraw III

Chairman, President and CEO, The McGraw-Hill Companies
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On this episode of CEO EXCHANGE, taped at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, we'll explore the rapidly changing world of MULTIMEDIA IN THE DIGITAL AGE.  Meet two CEOs who have arrived at this crossroads from two different directions: cable television and publishing.  Brian Roberts heads Comcast Corporation, the #1 cable provider in the country, which is now expanding rapidly into video-on-demand, Internet and telephone services.  Terry McGraw leads The McGraw-Hill Companies, which are now placing far less emphasis on traditional publishing media in favor of textbooks, educational testing products and global financial services.  Two CEOs, both running businesses founded by their families, on the cutting edge of the communications revolution.

Taped at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia

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Episode 404:
TOYS AND GAMES:
Changing the Way We Play
Broadcast date: April, 2006
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Featured Guests:

Robert A. (Bob) Eckert
Chairman and CEO, Mattel, Inc.
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Robert A. (Bobby) Kotick
Chairman and CEO, Activision, Inc.

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On this episode of CEO EXCHANGE, taped at UCLA Anderson School of Management in Los Angeles, we'll look at the latest trends in TOYS AND GAMES.  Meet two CEOs who lead the way in figuring out what we will be playing with tomorrow.  For Bob Eckert of Mattel, the challenge is to make sure the world's largest toymaker stays relevant and up-to-date.  For Bobby Kotick of Activision, one of the top creators of videogames, the key is keeping up with rapid advances in technology.  Traditional toys, new toys, videogames: Two CEOs...whose jobs are to capture your imagination.

Taped at UCLA Anderson School of Management in Los Angeles

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Episode 405:
HIGH ENERGY:
Putting the Brakes on Fuel and Transportation Costs
Broadcast date: May, 2006
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Gary C. Kelly
Vice Chairman and CEO, Southwest Airlines Company
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William E. (Bill) Greehey
Chairman, Valero Energy Corporation

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On this episode of CEO EXCHANGE, taped at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas in Austin, a timely exploration of the oil and airline industries. We'll meet two executives who know the drill from the inside: Gary Kelly, Vice Chairman and CEO of Southwest Airlines, has kept his company flying high despite turbulence caused by rising oil prices and cutthroat competition. Bill Greehey, Chairman and recently retired CEO of Valero Energy, has barreled to the forefront of oil refining while making sure his workers aren't left out in the cold. Two CEOs ... connected by the pipeline between energy and transportation that affects us all.

Taped at McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas in Austin


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Episode 406:
STAKING A CLAIM TO THE FUTURE:
Putting Technology in Good Hands
Broadcast date: May, 2006
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Edward J. (Ed) Zander
Chairman and CEO, Motorola, Inc.
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Edward M. (Ed) Liddy
Chairman and CEO, The Allstate Corporation
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On this episode of CEO EXCHANGE, taped at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, we'll meet two CEOs who have navigated their well-established companies boldly into the future.  Ed Zander found his calling when he transformed Motorola from a troubled electronics firm into the hottest mobile phone maker around.  Allstate's Ed Liddy insured the well-being of his company by revamping an antiquated agent system while using new technology to boost efficiency.  Two CEOs who made sure their venerable brands will be around for years to come.

Taped at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Evanston


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Episode 407:
DOWN ON MAIN STREET:
The Bank and the Drugstore in the 21st Century

Broadcast date: May, 2006
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Featured Guests:

Kenneth D. (Ken) Lewis
Chairman, President and CEO, Bank of America Corporation
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Thomas M. (Tom) Ryan
Chairman, President and CEO, CVS Corporation

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On this episode of CEO EXCHANGE, taped at the Howard University School of Business in Washington, DC, we'll get an insider's look at the changing face of Main Street USA. No matter how small, every town, every community, has a bank and a corner drug store. But these days, the local bank and drugstore are owned by huge companies that do a lot more than take deposits and dispense medicine. Ken Lewis has counted on an aggressive acquisition strategy for Bank of America, which has vaulted ahead of its competitors with the most extensive branch network in the United States. Tom Ryan also found acquisitions held the right formula to make CVS the nation's leader in filling prescriptions. Two CEOs running modern companies that could be on everyone's corner before too long.

Taped at Howard University School of Business in Washington, DC


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Episode 408:
THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT!:
New Ways to Enjoy TV, Movies, and Music
Broadcast date: May, 2006
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Featured Guests:

Bob Wright
Chairman and CEO, NBC Universal, Inc.
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Doug Morris
Chairman and CEO, Universal Music Group
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On this episode of CEO EXCHANGE, taped at Lynch Auditorium in New York in conjunction with Fordham Graduate Business, we set the stage for a peek at the dazzling world of entertainment. Get a front-row seat as two industry legends showcase the opportunities and the challenges produced by all the new ways we have of watching television and movies...and listening to music. Bob Wright has played the leading role at NBC for the past 20 years and has recently added Universal Studios to his repertoire. Doug Morris has spent 40 years in the music business on his way to becoming a big hit at Universal Music Group, the world's largest recording company, with artists ranging from U2 and Sheryl Crow to LL Cool J and Kanye West. An entertaining performance by two CEOs...worth hearing and watching on a state-of-the-art device near you.

Taped at Lynch Auditorium in New York in conjunction with Fordham Graduate Business


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Episode 409:
THE PROGNOSIS FOR HEALTH CARE:
Is the Industry Alive and Well?
Broadcast date: May, 2006
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Gerard Kleisterlee
President and CEO, Royal Philips Electronics N.V.
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Fred Hassan
Chairman and CEO, Schering-Plough Corporation

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On this episode of CEO EXCHANGE, taped at the Rutgers Business School in Newark, NJ, we'll examine whether the health care industry is in good shape with two CEOs who should know its condition. Advances in technology and medicine have extended lives and improved the odds for patients suffering from serious illnesses. But at what price? Who can afford the runaway costs of these medical miracles? Gerard Kleisterlee heads the huge Dutch conglomerate Royal Philips Electronics, best known for its TV sets and light bulbs, even though Medical Systems is its fastest growing division. Fred Hassan is CEO of Schering-Plough, one of the leading manufacturers of prescription and over-the-counter drugs. Two CEOs who will frankly discuss how much the health care system is ailing...and how it can be cured along with the patients that both companies serve.

Taped at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in conjunction with Rutgers Business School in Newark


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Episode 410:
THE DREAM TEAM:
Turning Big Ideas into Multibillion Dollar Businesses
Broadcast date: June, 2006
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Robert L. Johnson
Majority Owner, Bobcats Sports and Entertainment, LLC
Founder and Chairman, The RLJ Companies, Inc.
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J.W. (Bill) Marriott, Jr.
Chairman and CEO, Marriott International, Inc.

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On this episode of CEO EXCHANGE, taped at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, we'll chat with two legendary entrepreneurs who have made their dreams come true. There are many great ideas, but very few turn into multibillion dollar companies. Each guest on this program had a strong vision...plus the willpower and strategy to execute it. Robert L. Johnson, one of the leading entrepreneurs of his time, created Black Entertainment Television; became the first African-American majority owner of a major professional sports team; and founded his own firm to invest in hotels, real estate, banks, and media. Bill Marriott took over the small hotel and food business started by his parents and turned it into the highest grossing hospitality chain in the world. Two executives who have always thought outside the box...now coming into the box in your living room.

Taped at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland


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Season III

Episode 304:
Customer-Driven Success
Broadcast Date: October, 2002

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Robert L. Nardelli
Chairman, President and CEO,
The Home Depot

Michael L. Eskew
Chairman and CEO, United Parcel Service

With the spotlight of scrutiny shining ever more sharply on corporations and their chief executives, Bob Nardelli of The Home Depot and Mike Eskew of United Parcel Service (UPS) discuss the white-hot issues of corporate governance and ethics and the special challenges they are personally facing as newcomers to the top job.

Heirs to successful companies with winning cultures, CEOs Nardelli and Eskew share their insights on an array of topics, from keeping the balance sheet healthy to achieving balance in their personal and professional lives. What are Nardelli and Eskew doing to maintain and expand The Home Depot and UPS customer bases in the face of fierce competition? And how are each of them training new leaders that will help them take their companies - both #1 in their industries - into the future? Find out on this episode of CEO EXCHANGE.

Taped at Georgia Public Broadcasting in Atlanta
Episode 303:
Leadership in a Fast-Paced Economy

Broadcast Date: June, 2002
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Featured Guests:

Donald J. Carty
Chairman President and CEO, American Airlines, Inc.

James Keyes
President and CEO,
7-Eleven, Inc.

Joining Jeff Greenfield for the third CEO EXCHANGE program of Season Three are two of the country's most dynamic corporate leaders: Don Carty of American Airlines and James Keyes of 7-Eleven. The companies have several important things in common. They are both the biggest players in their fields: airlines and convenience stores. Both companies celebrate their 75th anniversaries this year. Both firms are also counting on their abilities to implement new technologies and to react quickly to changing customer tastes to stay ahead of their competitors.

Topics include:
• Serving Time-Pressed Customers
• Staying Ahead of Low-Cost Competitors
• The CEO as a Catalyst for Change

Taped at AMS Production Group Studios in Dallas
Episode 302:
Dynamic Leadership in Turbulent Times
Broadcast Date: February, 2002
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Featured Guests:
Charles Lee
Chairman and Co-CEO, Verizon Communications

Arthur Ryan
Chairman and CEO and President,
Prudential Financial

In the aftermath of September's terrorist attacks on New York, two of the region's leading CEOs share their experiences and insights on how their companies coped with this tragedy. Charles Lee, Chairman & Co-CEO of Verizon Communications and Arthur Ryan, Chairman, CEO & President of Prudential Financial also deal directly with issues of corporate ethics and transparency for investors and employees after the Enron scandal.

Topics include:
• Corporate America after September 11th
• Business Ethics post-Enron
• Regulatory Twilight Zone

Taped at CBS Studios in New York City
Episode 301:
Staying on Top in Turbulent Times

Broadcast Date: February, 2002
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Featured Guests:
Raymond Gilmartin
Chairman, President and CEO, Merck and Company

James Dimon
Chairman and CEO, Bank One Corporation

Jeff Greenfield kicks off Season 3 of CEO EXCHANGE with guests Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO of one of the nation's largest bank holding companies - Bank One Corporation - and Raymond Gilmartin, Chairman, President and CEO of the world's second largest pharmaceutical company, Merck and Company. Our two guests lead companies in the number one and number two most profitable industries in the world - pharmaceuticals and banking. Each is faced with the challenge of trying to remain profitable, even grow their companies, during this economic downturn. Together and individually, our guests talk about what they are doing to stay on top in turbulent times.

Topics include:
• Leadership in Extraordinary Times
• The Outsider as Insider

Taped at WTTW in Chicago
Season II

Episode 208:
Jack Welch: Icon of Leadership
Broadcast Date: December, 2001

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Jack Welch
Former Chairman and CEO, General Electric Company

CEO EXCHANGE features a one-on-one with the man widely recognized as the CEO of the Century: Jack Welch, former Chairman & CEO of General Electric Company, the $400 billion conglomerate. Mr. Welch shares his common sense philosophy that transformed General Electric into the most admired company in the world and revolutionized the way business is transacted today.

This special episode also features comments and questions to Mr. Welch by other world-class business leaders including: Warren Buffett, Chairman & CEO of Berkshire Hathaway; Michael Eisner, Chairman & CEO of The Walt Disney Company; Philip Condit, Chairman & CEO of The Boeing Company; and Jack Nasser, former President & CEO of Ford Motor Company.

Topics include:
• Jack - the GE Years
• His View of Excellence
• The Personal Side
• After GE

Taped at the University of Michigan Business School in Ann Arbor.
Episode 207:
Building Multi-Level Global Brands

Broadcast Date: November, 2001
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Featured Guests:
Nicolas Hayek
Chairman and CEO, The Swatch Group

Domenico De Sole
President and CEO,
Gucci Group

Two CEOs who each used one well-known brand as a launching pad to expand his empire by acquiring many brands and designer labels. The man credited with single-handedly saving the Swiss watch industry, Nicolas Hayek of The Swatch Group, a conglomerate making everything from watches to semi-conductors shares ideas with the man who revitalized Gucci from a $22 million dollar loser into the world's number two luxury brand, Domenico De Sole of the Gucci Group.

Topics include:
• Building Multi-level Global Brands
• Image is Everything
• American vs. European Business Theory

Taped at the International Institute for Management in Switzerland
Episode 206:
Defense, Aerospace & Cyberspace

Broadcast Date: October, 2001
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Featured Guests:

Philip M. Condit
Chairman and CEO, The Boeing Company

Kent Kresa
Chairman and CEO, Northrop Grumman


Two CEOs look at the future of the aerospace and defense industries and reveal some of the plans that will affect the way we travel and how wars will be fought in the 21st Century. Philip Condit, the man piloting The Boeing Company, the nation's number one aerospace company, joins Kent Kresa, the man who grew Northrop Grumman into the nation's third largest defense contractor.

Topics include:
• Aerospace & Beyond
• The New Frontier - New Solutions
• Star Wars - War in the 21st Century

Taped at UCLA Anderson School of Management in Los Angeles
Episode 205:
Challenges of Leadership

Broadcast Date: September, 2001
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Featured Guests:

Carleton (Carly) S. Fiorina
Chairman, President and CEO,
Hewlett-Packard Company

John T. Chambers
President and CEO,
Cisco Systems

Two high-tech CEOs adjust their business plans to a changing economy and competitive environment. Carly Fiorina of Hewlett-Packard, referred to by many as the most powerful woman in business, shares the stage with John Chambers, the man who led Cisco Systems through thirteen quarters of consecutive growth until faced with a softening economy.

Topics include: 
• Challenges of Leadership
• The Customer Centric World
• Digital Divide Taped at the Haas School of Business at the University of California in Berkley
Episode 204:
The Built to Order Revolution

Broadcast Date: May, 2001
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Featured Guests:
Michael Dell
Chairman and CEO, Dell Computer Corporation

Frederick Smith
Chairman, President, and CEO,
FedEx Corporation

The man who started a 30 billion-dollar company from his dorm room, Michael Dell, Chairman and CEO of Dell Computer Corporation, swaps ideas with the man who sparked a thousand industries by creating an overnight delivery service, Frederick Smith, founder, Chairman, President & CEO of FedEx Corporation. Dell pioneered selling computers directly to consumers. Now Smith has seized upon that idea to fuel FedEx's future growth.

Topics include:
• The built to order revolution
• Sustaining growth
• Changing the model

Taped at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas in Austin
Episode 203:
Innovators of Silicon Valley

Broadcast Date: April, 2001
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Featured Guests:
Scott McNealy
Chairman and CEO, Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Marc Andreessen
Chairman and Co-Founder, Loudcloud, Inc.

Two high-tech innovators go one-on-one with host Jeff Greenfield to discuss the future of computing and how to build the right workforce. Scott McNealy, the man at the top of the computer powerhouse Sun Microsystems, answers the question "Will the PC Crash Permanently?," followed by the Internet pioneer who launched two startups before he was thirty, Marc Andreessen, Chairman of Loudcloud and co-founder of Netscape.

Topics include:
• The CEO as Superstar
• Facing the Competition
• Organizing a Team
• Silicon Valley Culture

Taped at Stanford Graduate School of Business in Palo Alto
Episode 202:
Creating New Categories, Businesses, and Markets

Broadcast Date: March, 2001
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Featured Guests:

Thomas Stemberg
Chairman and CEO, Staples, Inc.

Carl Yankowski
CEO,
Palm, Inc.

Two CEO's on opposite sides of the retail supply chain. The man who invented the category of discount, office-supply superstores, Thomas Stemberg, Chairman & CEO of Staples Inc., teams with the market leader for hand-held computer devices, Carl Yankowski, CEO of Palm Inc.

Guest Host: Stuart Varney, Co-anchor of CNN's Moneyline News Hour.

Topics include:
• Creating Categories
• Looking Forward - Staying Ahead
• Distribution - From Shelf Space to Cyberspace

Taped at University of Southern California Marshall School of Business in Los Angeles
Episode 201:
Entertainment in the Digital Age

Broadcast Date: February, 2001
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Featured Guests:

Leslie Moonves
President and CEO, CBS Television

Alex Yemenidjian
Chairman and CEO,
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.

The man who Entertainment Weekly named the "Most Powerful Man in Hollywood," Leslie Moonves, President & CEO of CBS Television, shares the stage with the man who made the lion roar again, Alex Yemenidjian, Chairman & CEO of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Topics include:
• Entertainment in the Digital Age
• David & Goliath: Merging for Better or Worse
• Is Show Business a Contradiction in Terms?

Taped at UCLA Anderson School of Management in Los Angeles
Season I

Episode 108:
Major League Entrepreneurs

Broadcast Date: January, 2001
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Featured Guests:

Mark Cuban
Owner, Dallas Mavericks

Daniel Synder
Owner,
Washington Redskins

Two entrepreneurs who are revamping their sports franchises. The Internet billionaire who co-founded Broadcast.com, Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team, swaps plays with the youngest owner in the NFL, marketing maven Daniel Snyder, owner of the Washington Redskins, who made his football team the most valuable franchise in sports.

Topics include:
• Playing in the Major Leagues
• On being an Entrepreneur
• The Business of Sports

Taped at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois
Episode 107
The Search for Talent in the 21st Century

Broadcast Date: December, 2000
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Featured Guests:

Gary Goldstein
Chairman and CEO, Headway Corporate Resources

Jeff Christian
Chairman and CEO, Timbers


Two CEOs who specialize in searching out the best talent for the top jobs explore having the right stuff to compete in today's tight job market. The man whose Whitney Group was ranked the #1 global search firm by the Economist's Intelligence Unit, Gary Goldstein, Chairman & CEO of Headway Corporate Resources, meets Jeff Christian, Chairman & CEO of Christian & Timbers, the 11th largest executive search firm in the nation.

Topics include:
• The Job Market: new stakes, new rules
• Charting your career
• The right stuff

Taped at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh
Episode 106:
Mastering the Art of Corporate Reinvention

Broadcast Date: November, 2000
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Featured Guests:

Gordon Bethune
Chairman and CEO, Continental Airlines

Michael Bonsignore
CEO, Chairman and CEO,
Honeywell

Two masters of corporate re-invention: The man who engineered the turnaround of Continental Airlines from the worst to the first, Chairman & CEO Gordon Bethune, checks in with Honeywell CEO Michael Bonsignore, who masterminded the merger of Honeywell with Allied Signal to create a 26 billion dollar colossus.

Topics include:
• Making the right merger
• Serving the customer
• Inspiring the workforce

Taped at Fuqua School of Business at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina
Episode 105:
International Branding in the 21st Century

Broadcast Date: October, 2000
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Featured Guests:

Kevin Roberts
CEO, Saatchi & Saatchi

Jim Rose
CEO, QXL.com


The United States has the lead when it comes to web fever, but Europe is catching up fast. The man who is getting Europeans to buy online in 13 languages, Jim Rose, CEO of QXL.com, meets the man who hopes to get the Old World thinking anew about marketing online, Kevin Roberts, CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi.

Topics include:
• The CEO and Corporate Culture
• International Branding
• Old & New Media

Taped at the London Business School in London
Episode 104:
Cutting Edge Technologies
Broadcast Date: May, 2000
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Featured Guests:

William Haseltine
CEO and Chairman,
Human Genome Sciences

David Huber
Founder, President, and CEO,
Corvis Corporation

Two CEOs on the cutting edge of their technologies make the transition from science to business. The man who manipulates genes to create new drugs, Dr. William Haseltine, Chairman & CEO of Human Genome Sciences, meets Dr. David Huber, President & CEO of Corvis Corporation, who, through manipulation of light, is taking telecommunications to the next level.

Topics include:
• Cutting Edge Technologies
• Science as Business
• Research & Development

Taped at the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York
Episode 103:
Internet Shopping in the 21st Century

Broadcast Date: April, 2000
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Featured Guests:

Jeff Bezos
Founder and CEO, Amazon.com, Inc.

David Dyer
President and CEO,
Lands' End, Inc.

Two captains of the new economy tackle the transition from retailing to e-tailing. The man whose company has become the standard bearer for all organizations operating solely in cyberspace, Jeff Bezos, Founder & CEO of Amazon.com meets David Dyer, President & CEO of Lands' End, who through the seamless integration of Internet shopping has become the nation's number one apparel site.

Topics Include:
• E-tailing in the 21st Century
• Building value from the top
• E-tailing tips from the top

Taped at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia
Episode 102:
Challenges of the 21st Century

Broadcast Date: March, 2000
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Featured Guests:

David Perry
Co-founder, President and CEO, Chemdex

William Stavropoulos
President and CEO, The Dow Chemical Company


The leader of one of the nation's oldest companies, William Stavropoulos, CEO of Dow Chemical and David Perry, CEO of one of the nation's newest business-to-business Internet start-ups, CHEMDEX, find common ground in their different approaches to doing business in the New Economy and discuss the challenges facing CEOs in the 21st Century.

Topics include:
• Ethics
• Environmental Sustainability and the Triple Bottom Line
• Company Man Versus an Entrepreneur

Taped at University of Michigan Business School in Ann Arbor
Episode 101:
Creating the CEO of the 21st Century

Broadcast Date: February, 2000
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Featured Guests:

Jim Clark
Chairman of the Board and founder, myCFO; co-founder, Netscape, Healtheon/Web MD Corporation, and Silicon Graphics Inc.

Thomas Jermoluk
Chairman of the Board, Excite@Home


The man largely responsible for creating businesses' current obsession with the Internet – Jim Clark, co-founder of Netscape, and broadband warrior Thomas Jermoluk, Chairman of the Board of Excite@Home, talk about the future impact of the Internet on business and the evolving role of being a CEO in the 21st Century.

Topics include:
• The Future of the Internet
• Taking Risks
• Advice to the Next Generation of Business Leaders

Taped at University of Chicago Graduate School of Business in Chicago
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