CEO, July 3 7:30 p.m. KERA TV Scott Sheffield shares how Pioneer Natural Resources is positioned to ride the roller coaster oil and gas industry. Sheffield addresses environmental concerns associated with fracking and tells how advances in technology have led to efficiencies in drilling. Watch the episode:
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Look inside the Perot Museum of Nature and Science with CEO Colleen Walker. Learn how in just two years since its opening, the museum has drawn 2.5 million visitors, prompting talks of expansion. Walker details the discovery of a mammoth’s skeletal remains in Ellis County and the preparations being made to make a permanent home for the creature at the museum.
Rick Edwards details Lockheed Martin’s JLTV – a new generation military vehicle currently in the running for a multi-billion government contract.
On the April episode of CEO, Mark Layman joins host Lee Cullum to discuss the building boom and opportunities for Balfour Beatty Construction in a thriving market. Learn why the industry is facing a talent shortage and how advancing technology is reducing inefficiencies.
On the March episode of CEO, fashion designer Lela Rose tells host Lee Cullum why she is committed to manufacture her clothing line in the U.S.
On the February episode of CEO, Mari Woodlief, President and CEO of Allyn Media, details how the public relations and political media firm helps clients deliver their message. Learn how social media and digital media have become a marketing game-changer.
On the December episode of CEO, host Lee Cullum talks with Emily Summers, president & CEO of Emily Summers Design Associates, who shares her approach to award-winning interior design.
On the November episode of CEO, host Lee Cullum talks with filmmaker Ken Burns, who explains how Florentine Films was able to keep producing documentaries when government funding declined.
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