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The 2017 Net/Net Summit at the New York Stock Exchange explored how leading-edge companies are promoting and managing innovation during an afternoon of discussion, debate and interviews with Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, billionaire investor Nelson Peltz, Former DirecTV CEO Michael White and outgoing Mondelez CEO Irene Rosenfeld.
Making the leap from CFO to CEO isn’t a simple one, nor is changing industries at a senior level. Michael White did both. The former DirecTV CEO and PepsiCO CFO talks about the ways being a CFO prepared him for being a CEO, as well as the strategies and tactics that worked in two very different industries.
At CNBC’s NetNet Summit, David Martin, MCAM founder & CEO, describes why he sees 3M as a leader in company innovation.
At CNBC’s NetNet Summit, Irene Rosenfeld, says that although she would have loved to appoint an internal candidate for the role, she feels confident about the company’s appointment of Mondelez’s new CEO Dirk Van de Put.
At CNBC’s NetNet Summit at the NYSE, Michael White, former DirecTV CEO and PepsiCO CFO, describes the arguments behind the company’s negotiations with the NFL and Roger Goodell in obtaining NFL Sunday Ticket.
Wilbur Ross, United States Secretary of Commerce, tells CNBC’s Becky Quick the real way to pay for tax cuts is stimulating the economy, and discusses negotiations on NAFTA.
Mark Kelton, former CIA Deputy Director, talks how individuals and organizations can adapt to the modern digital age with CNBC’s Tyler Mathisen. They also discuss if The Americans and other espionage television shows are realistic.
Michael White, former DirecTV CEO and PepsiCO CFO, talks changing consumer habits in the media landscape, the increasing role of broadband and new over the top services offered by companies.
The full interview with Steve Ballmer.
VC Jim Breyer discusses the transformative promise of artificial intelligence with CNBC's Kelly Evans. Also, his take on Facebook, Amazon and the Valley.
At CNBC’s Net/Net in Chicago, Fmr. Commerce Secretary Bill Daley discussed how the Trump election changed everything.
At CNBC’s Net/Net event in Chicago, the World Series champions’ owner Tom Ricketts shared just how important buy-in is, by customers and employees, in reaching a goal.
At CNBC’s Net/Net event in Chicago, Carl Quintanilla asked Incapital chairman and Chicago Cubs co-owner Tom Ricketts about the bond market, the Fed, interest rates and the equity markets.
At CNBC’s Net Net event in Dallas AT&T’s CEO, Randall Stephenson, said that the future of wireless looks very different than it does today – and it’s coming faster than we think.
At CNBC’s Net Net event in Dallas AT&T CFO John Stephens said the FCC has not encouraged investment, but has instead implemented extensive regulation.
At CNBC’s Net Net event in Dallas, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said that he’s far from surprised that hiring is so low considering that taxes on investment in the U.S. are at the highest levels in the free world.