Business Talk

In-depth interviews with leading figures from the world of business.


Friday, October 31
“Biz Talk with Jim Campbell” – CEO of SAP – The World’s Largest Business Software Company

Bill McDermott rose from running the corner deli in high school to become the CEO of SAP Software. Along the way he was the youngest Division President in Xerox history; and the CEO of Gartner Group and EVP of Siebel Systems….a great American success story.

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Business Talk

In-depth interviews with leading figures from the world of business.


Thursday, October 30
“Biz Talk with Jim Campbell” – The Vast Corruption of Putin’s Russia

According to our guest – Professor Karen Dawisha of Miami University of Ohio – Russia’s Vladimir Putin has stolen billions and his cronies control 35% of Russian GDP. “Inside Putin’s Kleptocracy – Who Own’s Russia?”

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Business Talk

In-depth interviews with leading figures from the world of business.


Friday, October 17
“Biz Talk with Jim Campbell” – Former Chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia and Now at the Jackson Institute of Global Affairs and SOM at Yale Stephen Roach on China-US Economic Relations

Stephen Roach rather than take the typical China-bashing role, presents a visionary case for changing the precarious nature of current US-China economic relations into a win/win for both nations.

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Business Talk

In-depth interviews with leading figures from the world of business.


Tuesday, October 14
“Business Talk with Jim Campbell” – The NFL’s Mishandling of the Ray Rice Domestic Violence Case

Extreme domestic violence victim and now victims advocate Jessica Yaffe and Dean of the School of Social Policy at UPENN Richard Gelles – who has specific recommendations for the NFL – discuss the NFL’s mishandling of the case and whether Commissioner Roger Goodell should be fired.

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Business Talk

In-depth interviews with leading figures from the world of business.


Thursday, October 2
“Business Talk with Jim Campbell” – Is IBM in Decline?

Tech expert and blogger Robert X. Cringely has a contrarian view of IBM… Is the iconic American Company – IBM – in a permanent and fatal decline? Is the quest for $20 @ share profit, actually a ”death march” driven by short term financial gimmicks? Can IBM be turned around in time?

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