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One of the nation’s premier historians, Doris Kearns Goodwin is unmatched in her probity of the U.S. Presidency. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author and popular news program analyst spoke before a riveted room of almost 100 guests at The Harvard Club in Boston, where she examined the lessons of White Houses past to shed new light on our current volatile political age.
Where is the digital revolution leading us? And is it a good place, or a troubling place? That was the theme running through the remarks of Steve Case, the pioneering founder of AOL and the current CEO of the venture capital firm Revolution...
It was a grand old time at The Glass House in Cambridge, MA, where we toasted the opening of our new Boston office, one of our nine locations across the continental U.S.
In a lively and eye-opening conversation with our CEO, Dale E. Jones, Glenn A. Youngkin, the co-CEO of The Carlyle Group, the global alternative asset manager with more than $170 billion in total assets, discussed the effects of the U.S. political climate and deregulation on global financial markets, and his prognostications for both the U.S. and world economies going forward.
One of the most powerful television showrunners in Hollywood, Lionsgate’s Courtney A. Kemp is the creator and executive producer of the Starz drama Power, the highest-rated series on the network and one of the most-watched dramas on any premium cable network. At an intimate lunch at The Union League for more than 85 Philadelphia area
PepsiCo Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi, one of only two female CEOs in the Fortune 50, joined us at the Four Seasons in Miami to discuss issues around everything from marketing and supply chain to global competition in the $96 billion savory snacks industry.