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    Hundreds of NYU Stern and Law students and alumni attended Stern’s CEO Series on October 12 with NYU Law alumnus Barry Salzberg (LLM ’81), Chief Executive Officer of Deloitte LLP, which provides audit, consulting, financial advisory, risk management, and tax services to more than 80 percent of the world's largest companies.
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    Dr. Henry Kaufman Introduces “The Road to Financial Reformation” to NYU Stern Alumni

    September 17, 2009
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    More than 100 alumni gathered at NYU Stern on September 17 to celebrate the publication of Dr. Henry Kaufman’s (BA ’48 (Heights), PhD ‘58) newest book, “The Road to Financial Reformation: Warnings, Consequences and Reforms,” and to hear his prescient insights into the mistakes that led to the financial crisis and his recommendations to prevent its repetition.
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    On June 4, 2009, a group of twenty people comprised of senior business and law faculty and business practitioners (and including among their numbers a small contingent of former senior government officials) was jointly convened by The Aspen Institute and New York University with support from Ernst & Young to discuss responses to the current economic crisis and to explore the role of financial market regulations in fostering economic recovery and growth.
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    On June 4, 2009, a group of twenty people comprised of senior business and law faculty and business practitioners (and including among their numbers a small contingent of former senior government officials) was jointly convened by The Aspen Institute and New York University with support from Ernst & Young to discuss responses to the current economic crisis and to explore the role of financial market regulations in fostering economic recovery and growth.
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    These Stern faculty, along with many of their colleagues, developed 18 independent policy papers offering market-focused solutions to the financial crisis, which were published in the book "Restoring Financial Stability: How to Repair a Failed System."
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    With ailing U.S. automakers receiving government bailouts, the CEO Series on April 7 with Stefan Jacoby, President and Chief Executive Officer of Volkswagen of America, Inc., proved to be especially timely and of interest to the hundreds of NYU Stern students and alumni who attended to hear Jacoby speak.
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    NYU Stern Hosts Event on Restoring Financial Stability

    March 6, 2009
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    NYU Stern hosted an event for alumni and the media to discuss the ideas in the book, "Restoring Financial Stability: How to Repair a Failed System," co-edited by Professors Viral Acharya and Matthew Richardson. The book is a compendium of 18 White Papers by 33 Stern faculty that take an objective look at the causes of the financial crisis and present solutions to repairing the system.
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    "If we can create social businesses, we can end poverty in the world, and then we'll create poverty museums," explained 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Winner Muhammad Yunus to an audience of 400 in Schimmel Auditorium on January 27.
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    Experts Advise Obama on Trade Policy

    December 2, 2008
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    The third expert panel in a series of three entitled "Transition 2008: Advising America's Next President" with the Council on Foreign Relations, The Economist and NYU Stern convened to discuss US trade policy.
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    Boeing President Addresses US Financial Rescue Plan and More at Stern's CEO Series

    November 12, 2008
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    At the CEO Series on November 12, Jim McNerney, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Boeing Company, shared his outlook on the financial crisis, giving the more than 300 Stern students and alumni who attended a critically important perspective on some of the global implications of this crisis for a major manufacturer and exporter.
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    Expert Panel Advises the Next President on Fixing Global Finance

    November 11, 2008
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    As President-elect Obama transitions into the White House, experts from the Council on Foreign Relations, The Economist and NYU Stern debated the current global financial crisis with a focus on ways to repair a broken economy. Entitled "Transition 2008: Advising America's Next President," this is the first of three events that address global issues as they relate to the US presidency.
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    On October 24, at NYU Stern for a GE Live event entitled, "Winning in Today's Environment," Immelt spoke to nearly 300 NYU Stern MBA students as well as hundreds more at six other business schools across the globe — London Business School, IESE in Spain, UVA-Darden, Thunderbird, UN,C and Emory — where the event was broadcast live.
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    NYU Stern Asks "What Does the Future Hold?" at Market Pulse Event

    October 15, 2008
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    As the Dow hits records lows, consumer confidence continues to wane and the Fed crafts plans to stave off a Depression-like era, Dean Thomas Cooley moderated a discussion with industry, media and academic thought-leaders to analyze, and offer solutions for, the current financial crisis.
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    Town Hall Meeting: "Markets in Crisis: What Have we Learned So Far?

    October 2, 2008
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    The panel, moderated and introduced by Dean Thomas Cooley, comprised Profs. Edward Altman, Lawrence White and Roy Smith.
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    NYU Stern Asks the Experts How to Restore Confidence in the Credit Markets

    April 23, 2008
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    With housing prices plummeting, oil approaching $120 a barrel and the global financial system in shambles, a recent NYU Stern event posed the question, "How do we restore confidence in credit markets and the economy?"
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    Shell Oil President Addresses US Oil Policy and More at Stern's CEO Series

    April 8, 2008
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    With oil over $100 a barrel, the CEO Series on April 8 with John Hofmeister, President of Shell Oil Company, proved to be especially timely and of interest to Stern students and alumni who packed Schimmel Auditorium to hear Mr. Hofmeister speak.
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    The day after Hilary Clinton's primary wins in Texas and Ohio, further delaying the selection of the Democratic candidate, NYU Stern, The Economist and CFR.org hosted the final debate of the year of the Global Issues in Campaign 2008 series, "Brand America: Can the New President Rescue America's Image."
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    NYU Stern, The Economist and CFR.org Discuss the Immigration Balancing Act

    February 5, 2008
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    With millions of legal and illegal immigrants in the country, immigration is a hot button topic in the current US Presidential campaign. On "Super Tuesday," NYU Stern, The Economist and the Council on Foreign Relations.org held a panel discussion about immigration, entitled, "The Immigration Balancing Act: Border Security, Cheap Labor and US Jobs," the third in a series of events focusing on global issues as they relate to the election.
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    NYU Stern, The Economist and CFR.org Launch Global Issues in Campaign '08 Series

    November 12, 2007
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    On November 12, 2007 Thomas F. Cooley, Dean of the NYU Stern School of Business; Amity Schlaes, Senior Fellow for Economic History at the Council on Foreign Relations; and Matthew Bishop, Editor and New York Bureau Chief at the Economist debated global trade issues as they relate to the 2008 American Presidential election.
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    Campbell Soup's CEO Discusses the Company's Transformation Strategy

    October 15, 2007
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    Stern MBA and undergraduate students, as well as alumni, gained valuable insights into Doug Conant, President and CEO of Campbell Soup Company's, management approach and long-term business strategy at Stern's CEO Series on October 15.
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    On October 1, 2007 John Mack, Chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley, addressed 450 Stern MBA and undergraduate students in Schimmel Auditorium as part of Stern’s “Meet the Chief Executive Series.”
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    On March 27, 2007, Sharon Allen, chairman of the board at Deloitte & Touche USA, discussed employee retention, her management style, and Sarbanes-Oxley’s affect on the auditing profession and boards of directors at Stern’s CEO Series.
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    Showtime’s Chairman and CEO Shares Insights on New Media Era at CEO Series

    February 12, 2007
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    On February 12, 2007, Stern welcomed Matt Blank, Chairman and CEO of Showtime Networks, for its popular CEO Series. Interviewed by BusinessWeek media and entertainment reporter Tom Lowry, Mr. Blank discussed the rapidly changing media industry, how Showtime is staying relevant and successful in the new media age, and what it takes to have a career in “show biz.”
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    On September 25, students packed Schimmel Auditorium to hear Chuck Prince, Chairman and CEO of Citigroup, at Stern’s popular CEO Series. Mr. Prince, interviewed by Financial Times Senior Banking Editor David Wighton, shared how Citigroup has shifted from an acquisition to an organic growth strategy.
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    Susan Whiting, President and CEO, Nielsen Media Research

    February 8, 2006
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    During Stern’s CEO Series on February 8, 2006, Susan Whiting, President and CEO of Nielsen Media Research, sat down with USA Today media reporter David Lieberman to discuss the evolution of measuring television programming as new technologies have changed how consumers watch TV.