DR. MEHMET OZ, SUZANNE SOMERS, AND FORMER COCA-COLA PRESIDENT DONALD KEOUGH FEATURED ON CNBC’s "
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., January 16, 2009 - Hoping for a better year than the last one? "CNBC's Conversations with Michael Eisner," airing on Monday, January 19 at 9PM ET/10PM PT offers expert advice on financial, emotional and physical well-being from guests Dr. Mehmet Oz, former president of mega-successful corporation Coca-Cola, Donald Keough and cancer survivor/actress/health activist Suzanne Somers.
Considered by many to be "America's doctor," thanks to frequent appearances on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and testimonials from its host, Dr. Mehmet Oz talks about his upcoming syndicated talk show and offers five simple suggestions that can help hard working businesspeople live healthier lives right away. He also tells Eisner about his own regimen for staying healthy.
Donald Keough, former President of Coca-Cola Corporation and board member of Berkshire Hathaway, talks about the formula for financial success and specifically recalls how his former company's biggest blunder led to the reinvigoration of its brand.
Well known for playing "Chrissy" on the hit sitcom "Three's Company," the pitchwoman for the highly successful "Thighmaster" and author of 18 books, Suzanne Somers discusses a controversial new company that banks stem cells for use in cancer therapy and re-growing damaged muscles, bones, skin, joints and organs.
Charles Schaeffer is Executive Producer of "Conversations with Michael Eisner." Kevin Kane is the producer. Jonathan Wald is the Senior Vice President, Business News at CNBC.
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