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Andrew Liveris

Trump Picks Dow Chemical Exec For Manufacturing Post

Reuters | Andrew Hart | Posted 12.09.2016 | Politics

President-elect Donald Trump said on Friday he would name Andrew Liveris, chairman and chief executive of Dow Chemical Co, to head the Manufacturing C...

Forbes Reinventing America: The Entrepreneurial Workforce Summit in Detroit

Sugar Rautbord | Posted 05.14.2016 | Business
Sugar Rautbord

Paul Noglows, the executive producer of the Forbes Reinventing America Project, brought together all the ideas, personalities, innovations, corporate cultures, and solutions in an opinion-packed summit to a city that is convinced it is a new frontier.

Davos Summarized in 3 P's

Jeremy Balkin | Posted 04.05.2014 | Impact
Jeremy Balkin

As we all return to the four corners of the globe my humble hope is that we reflect on the Privilege, Platform and Perseverance, that being in Davos enabled, and we continue to work towards re-shaping the world.

Review: Making It In America

Mark Kass, PhD | Posted 10.06.2012 | Business
Mark Kass, PhD

Though Mr. Liveris's argument is compelling and even novel, where his approach sometimes loses its effectiveness is when his passion is not necessarily reflected in the vitality of his writing. At times the read can be rather dry -- fit for only those with a penchant for business writing.

Who's Going To Solve Mounting Global Sustainability Problems? Probably a U-M Grad

Posted 03.12.2012 | Detroit

A new University of Michigan fellowship program designed to prepare 300 students to take on the challenge of solving global sustainability problems is...

The American Business Community's Collective-Action Problem

Charles Kolb | Posted 03.07.2012 | Business
Charles Kolb

Many observers question whether today's business leaders have a heart when it comes to their role in the country's growing income disparity. A more appropriate question might be to ask whether they have a head.

Set America's CEOs Free: Why Corporate Chieftains Should Talk More

Aaron Harber | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Aaron Harber

If CEOs more actively engaged in public debate, it would give everyone the chance to hear what the needs and concerns of all stakeholders are.