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A Conversation with Kenneth I. Chenault

Speaker: Kenneth I. Chenault, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, American Express
Presider: Alan S. Murray, Deputy Managing Editor and Executive Editor, Online, Wall Street Journal
December 6, 2011

Kenneth I. Chenault, chairman and chief executive officer of American Express, discusses the upheaval in the Eurozone, the struggling U.S. economy, and the role of business in foreign policy.

The meeting is part of the CEO Speaker series and the Bernard L. Schwartz Lecture on Business and Foreign Policy.


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