"CEO Summit" on Rebuilding Confidence in the U.S. Economy
Major American CEOs Offer Views on Rebuilding Confidence in U.S. Economy
Friday, December 7, 2001, 2:30 - 4:30 pm
Greenberg Lounge, Vanderbilt Hall
40 Washington Square South
NYU School of Law
New York University sponsored a "CEO Summit" on Rebuilding Confidence in
the U.S. Economy. The conference featured a gathering of prominent CEOs
offering their views on necessary measures to rebuild confidence in the U.S.
economy after the terrorist attacks.
Prof. Nicholas Economides, a professor of economics at the
Stern School of Business and the conference organizer, said, "The recent
terrorist attacks have increased uncertainty in the global economy. In an
unprecedented gathering of top business leaders, the CEO Summit will pull
together values, ideas, and plans for rebuilding confidence in our economy."
STREAMING VIDEO OF THE CEO SUMMIT
PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE SUMMIT
Richard Grasso, Chairman,
New York Stock Exchange
Stephen Schwarzman, President and CEO,
The Blackstone Group
Larry Silverstein, President and CEO, Silverstein Properties
Robert Berne, Academic Vice President,
New York University, opened the conference
Nicholas Economides, Professor,
Stern School of Business, moderated
John Sexton, Dean of the
NYU Law School and President-designate,
New York University, closed the conference
Press inquires to John Beckman at 212-998-6848.
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