CEO: Episode Archives


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    Paula Lambert, Mozzarella Company

    August 1

    On the August episode of CEO, host Lee Cullum talks with Paula Lambert, Mozzarella Company Cheesemaker and Founder, about how she turned a love of fresh mozzarella into a thriving business.

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    Eric Lee, Kimbell Art Museum

    July 11, 2014

    On the July episode of CEO, host Lee Cullum talks with Kimbell Art Museum Director Eric Lee, who discusses the sleuthing behind acquiring notable works of art.

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    Catherine Monson, FASTSIGNS

    On the June episode of CEO, host  Lee Cullum talks with FASTSIGNS CEO Catherine Monson about how she is positioning the company for expansion well beyond its 550 worldwide locations.

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    Harold Montgomery, Calpian

    On the May episode of CEO, host Lee Cullum talks with Harold Montgomery, chairman and CEO of Calpian, about how Calpian helps 16,000 U.S. merchants get paid when customers use debit and credit cards.

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    Randy Watson, Justin Brands

    Randy Watson, CEO of Justin Brands, traces the company’s history from boots sold to cowboys on the Chisholm Trail to shipments today around the globe.

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    Kelcy Warren, Energy Transfer Partners

    Kelcy Warren, CEO/Chairman of Energy Transfer Partners, explains how diversifying assets helps protect the company from the volatility of the industry.

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    Ken Hersh, NGP Energy Capital Management

    Ken Hersh, CEO of NGP Energy Capital Management, details the company’s oil and gas ventures and shares his strategy of keeping a steady pace in the boom and bust industry.

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    Bas Burger, BT Global Services

    Bas Burger, President of BT Global Services, explains the flexibility of cloud computing and predicts how we will communicate in the future.

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    Brian Schultz, Studio Movie Grill

    The owner and CEO of Studio Movie Grill, Brian Schultz, tells how persistence with movie distributors paid off in getting first-run films – and how his dine-in theater chain lures patrons to linger long after the credits roll.

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    Gregg Tanner, Dean Foods

    October’s CEO features Gregg Tanner, CEO of Dean Foods Company, who discusses how the country’s largest milk processor and distributor manages an intricate supply chain and works to satisfy consumers’ changing tastes.

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