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.
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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.
Gretchen Bataille, University of North Texas April 23, 2009
CEO host Lee Cullum talks with University of North Texas President Gretchen Bataille, who believes the school must look beyond the economy’s impact on the budget.
Patrick Jenevein, Tang Energy March 26, 2009
In this CEO, host Lee Cullum engages in a global discussion on clean energy with Patrick Jenevein, President and CEO of Dallas and Beijing-based Tang Energy.
Sharon Anderson Wright, Half-Price Books February 27, 2009
As President and CEO of Half Price Books, Sharon Anderson Wright heads one of the nation’s largest and best-known family-owned used bookstore chains.
Kathleen Mason, Tuesday Morning January 30, 2009
President and CEO Kathleen Mason tells host Lee Cullum that the no-frills discount chain encountered holiday shoppers who were feeling pinched and spending less.
John Muse, HM Capital Partners December 26, 2008
John Muse is Chairman and CEO of HM Capital Partners, a private equity firm. He currently manages a $1.6 billion portfolio.
Matthew Rose, Burlington Northern November 28, 2008
As Chairman, President and CEO of Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, Matthew Rose overseas the nation’s second largest rail network stretching more than 30,000 miles in 28 states and two Canadian provinces.
John Young, Energy Future Holdings October 31, 2008
CEO John Young oversees Dallas-based Energy Future Holdings whose subsidiaries include TXU, Luminant and Oncor.
Rick Wagoner, General Motors August 29, 2008
On its 100th anniversary, General Motors is hardly celebrating. Instead, the nation’s largest automaker battles declining truck and SUV sales, fuel-weary consumers and a $15.5 billion second-quarter loss.