CEO features chief executives from the corporate and not-for-profit sectors. The show explores what it takes to make a company successful in today's global marketplace, asking questions about leadership style and ethics.
KERA Television: First Friday of the month at 7:30pm (beginning September 7), Sunday following TV broadcast at Noon and Monday following TV broadcast at 10:30pm
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Stan Richards, The Richards Group March 25, 2010
Richards tells host Lee Cullum what it takes to create large, effective campaigns for national brands like Chick-fil-A, Home Depot and Motel 6.
Carl Sewell, Sewell Automotive Companies February 25, 2010
Host Lee Cullum talks with Carl Sewell about the family’s 100-year-old Dallas dealership.
Elaine B. Agather, Chase Bank January 28, 2010
With the economy showing hints of stabilizing, the banking industry will continue to operate under more stringent lending practices.
Jeanie Wyatt and Kneeland Youngblood December 24, 2009
How are cautious investors reacting to the rising markets?
Larry Young, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. November 27, 2009
Larry Young tells host Lee Cullum the future of the nation’s third-largest soft drink company banks on domestic growth over the next five-to-seven years.
John Scott, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts September 24, 2009
Find out how the parent company of The Mansion in Dallas doubled in growth in the last five years despite the economy.
Roundtable August 27, 2009
Lee Cullum leads a roundtable discussion about the economic crisis with Richard Fisher from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and Alan Boeckmann with the Fluor Corporation.
Ralph Hawkins, HKS July 30, 2009
As CEO of HKS, Ralph Hawkins leads one of the top three architectural firms in the country.
Jim Von Ehr, Zyvex June 25, 2009
Host Lee Cullum explores the world of nanotechnology with James R. Von Ehr II, founder, chairman and CEO of Richardson-based Zyvex.
Victor Almeida, Interceramic May 28, 2009
With business roots in Mexico and the US, Interceramic CEO Victor Almeida is confident he’ll overcome the current troubled economy.