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TWO NEW "CNBC TITANS" WILL PREMIERE IN JUNE ON CNBC

(ALL TIMES ARE IN ET)

"CNBC Titans #6: Steve Jobs" will premiere on Thursday, June 23rd at 9pm. The show will repeat that evening at 10pm, 12am and 1am. The show will also repeat on Sunday, June 26th at 9pm.

"CNBC Titans #7: Jack Welch" will premiere on Monday, June 27th at 9pm. The show will repeat that evening at 10pm and 12am.

CNBC Titans:

Turner, Foreman, The Donald, Hefner - the names say it all. See the stories of remarkable people and the businesses they made.

Get the real story behind some of the most famous icons, the greatest companies and the titans of industry who helped build them. Discover the key to their fortune and the passion that drove their success. They made a career out of turning the "unthinkable" into a reality, changing the world, how you do business - and have lived to tell about it.

CNBC Titans #6: Steve Jobs

Irrepressible, irascible, and iconic, Steve Jobs has reigned as the undisputed king of Silicon Valley for the better part of three decades. From his parents' California garage he launched the personal computer revolution and built Apple into the most envied, and valuable, technology company in the world. From the Macintosh and the iPod, to iTunes and the iPhone, Jobs has personally presided over the creation of dozens of transformational devices, battling hostile corporate boards, cutthroat competitors, and life-threatening illness while securing his legacy as one of the few visionary who dared to "Think Different."

CNBC Titans #7: Jack Welch

Maria Bartiromoexplores the life of one of the most admired and controversial business TITANS in history, Jack Welch. When Welch became General Electric's youngest CEO in 1981, he transformed the century old company into a leaner, more flexible, and profitable corporation, increasing it’s market value by $387 billion and making it the most valuable company in the world. But in doing so Welch trimmed GE's workforce by more than 100,000, earning him the nickname he despised "Neutron Jack" a reference to the bomb designed to remove the people but leave the buildings intact. From growing up in a working class neighborhood in Salem, Massachusetts, to becoming Fortune’s "Manager of the Century" in 1999, CNBC looks at the rise of one of the most influential CEO’s in business.

About CNBC:

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