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Spring Speaker Series Announced

Spring Speaker Series Announced

July 1, 2007

"How to get an extra $1-billion from business"

"Social activism - one corporation's journey"

"A hedge fund manager's view of the global economy"

These are just three of the topics that will be explored at Brandeis International Business School (IBS), which announced today that more than 30 leading executives will speak on campus as part of its spring 2007 CEO, Real Estate, Entrepreneurs and Corporate Responsibility forums.

"What differentiates our school is our ability to bring such a wide variety of leaders from the world of practice who offer global perspectives on business and society," said Acting Dean F. Trenery Dolbear, Jr. "We are honored that leaders in their field continue to share their insights with our students," he continued. 

Business leaders will visit from a variety of firms including Accenture, Akamai Technology, Bank of America, Battery Ventures, Centre Partners Management, Credit-Suisse Securities, Deloitte Services LP, ERoom Technology, Fidelity, General Catalyst, Glasshouse Technologies, Grey Global Group, Kraft Foods, McKinsey, Paloma Partners Management, Standard and Poor's, State Street Global Advisors, and Wainwright Bank. 

Included among the speakers will be Evan Hochberg, national director of community involvement at Deloitte Services LP, whose remarks, entitled "How to get an extra $1-billion from business," will center on corporate philanthropy. Also visiting IBS will be Robert A. Glassman, co-founder of Wainwright Bank. He will share his perspective on building a business that is widely recognized as one of the leading socially progressive banks in the country, in a speech called "Social activism - one corporation's journey."

IBS continues to attract notable leaders to share their perspectives on business. Past speakers have been from government, industry as well as the media. Vaclav Klaus, president of the Czech Republic, Sumner Redstone, chairman of Viacom and Brandeis alumnus Thomas Friedman of the New York Times are a few of the many leading global thinkers who have visited and spoken at the IBS campus. 

Brandeis International Business School, located in Waltham, Massachusetts, focuses on educating leaders in business, economics and finance for the global economy.

This news release was issued via Business Wire on January 26, 2007.

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