A world figure and widow of the late Egyptian President, Anwar Sadat, Madame Jihan Sadat has been active in the women's movement both in her country and in the world.
A former army colonel, is a well-known commentator on ethics, leadership, and international security issues, and is a military analyst with MSNBC and NBC News, as well as a regular columnist for MSNBC.com.
Dr Lynda Gratton is Associate Professor of Management Practice at London Business School where she directs the school's executive programme, "Human Resource Strategy in Transforming Organisations", a programme which runs in London, America (Columbia Business School) and India (Indian School of Business).
Would you respect a man who came to the United States as a teenager with no knowledge of English, no contacts and only $50 in his pocket, yet ended up a multimillionaire? Would you listen to what he has to say about success?
James Woolsey speaks about the groups/nations at war with us and the reason we were attacked on September 11th, as well as the key issues involved in homeland defense and the war abroad
Born on April 4, 1948, in Brooklyn, NY; son of Lorenzo Locklair and Isabelle Parsons; married Laura Ann Bush, August 30, 1968; children: Gregory, Leslie, Rebecca
Ronald V. Dellums, Founder and Senior Partner for Dellums, Brauer and Halterman, LLC retired from a distinguished congressional career spanning nearly three decades.
Rosabeth Moss Kanter holds the Ernest L. Arbuckle Professorship at Harvard Business School, where she specializes in strategy, innovation, and leadership for change.
International authority on money and making it, Mr. Adam Smith is host and editor-in-chief of the PBS show Adam Smith, which runs weekly on 246 stations and has won four Emmy awards.
Allen Sinai is Chief Global Economist, Strategist, and President of Decision Economics, Inc. (DE), a global economics and financial markets information support and advisory firm, responsible for the firm's research, forecasts, and strategy advice.
Mr. Anand G. Mahindra, Vice Chairman and Managing Director of Mahindra Group, graduated from Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Magna cum Laude (High Honours).
Andrew N. Liveris is President, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chairman of The Dow Chemical Company, a $49 billion global chemical and plastics manufacturer based in Midland, Michigan.
Aparisim Ghosh, who has covered some of the bloodiest combats across the globe for Time magazine, was in New York the other day, taking a small break from covering the battlefields of Baghdad that he has been reporting on for the last three-and-half years.
Prof. Arthur Mutambara is the Managing Director of Africa Technology & Business Institute (ATBI), a professional and advisory services firm operating in 13 African countries.
Ashraf Ghani was a key figure in rebuilding Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban, and is a leading advocate for foreign investment (rather than foreign aid) as a tool for economic development and the eradication of poverty.
Barry C. Lynn is a business and political journalist, and an expert on global industrial systems, corporate organization, trade, energy, emerging technology, and the development of middle-income nations.
Social Security is in trouble. But, it can be fixed, and officials in the U.S. government (and governments around the globe) are making changes designed to reform retirement finance as we know it today.
The former Swedish Prime Minister, and until 1997, the High Representative for the peace negotiations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Carl Bildt is now UN Special Envoy for the Balkans and Chairman of Sweden's opposition party, the Moderate Party.
Dr. Carl Hahn is Chairman Emeritus of Volkswagen AG. He is widely credited with driving Volkswagen to the heights of global success and leadership in Europe.
Carol Pineau knows something about Africa that American business needs to know - Africa may be a continent of wars and disasters, but it is also a continent with the world's fastest growing stock markets, the highest return on direct foreign investment, and savvy entrepreneurs who seem able to surmount the most unbelievable hurdles.
David Eldon was born in Scotland in 1945. Having started his banking career with an Australian banking group in London in 1964, he joined HSBC Bank Middle East (formerly The British Bank of the Middle East), a principal member of the HSBC Group, in 1968.
David Frazee, a partner in the firm's Business and Intellectual Property practice groups, helps companies drive innovation through the creation of comprehensive corporate, business, and intellectual property strategies.
Washington Post columnist David Ignatius has had a distinguished and wide-ranging career in the news business, serving at various times as a reporter, foreign correspondent, editor, and columnist.
David L. Smith is a Dartmouth and Stanford trained economist, futurist and market strategist whose views have intrigued audiences in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Europe and Japan over the past 20 years.
A hands-on economist, he has served as Chairman of the Board on pension review and investment committees responsible for over 120 billion dollars in investments. He has fifteen years experience working for three of the nation's largest brokerage firms and has taught at the university level for over ten years, developing the nations first graduate business course on the 21st Century....
Dr. Victor K. Fung is the Group Chairman of the Li & Fung group of companies, which includes major subsidiaries in Trading, Distribution and Retailing, including publicly listed Li & Fung Limited, Integrated Distribution Services Group Limited and Convenience Retail Asia.
Dr. Edison Liu was born in Hong Kong, China and received his bachelor's degree (Phi Beta Kappa) in chemistry and psychology from Stanford University where he remained to complete his M.D. in 1978.
Fariborz Ghadar, the William A. Schreyer Chair of Global Management and Director of the Center for Global Business Studies at Pennsylvania State University, is an authority on future business trends, global economic assessment, and global corporate strategy and implementation.
As one of the world's significant voices upon globalization and Asian business, Dr. Frank-Jurgen Richter influences major business and governmental decisions with his public comments.
After 34 years of service in the United States Army, General Wesley Clark has taken on the roles of investment banker, author, MSNBC military analyst, businessman, presidential candidate and television host.
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