Reporters from The New York Times will share their insights on the campaign trail, including how the president and the Republican presidential hopefuls are tackling the key issues.Led in discussion by: Rick Berke, Assistant Managing Editor, The New York Times
Helene Cooper, White House Correspondent, The New York Times
Ashley Parker, Campaign Reporter, The New York Times
Jim Rutenberg, Political Correspondent, The New York Times
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Ricardo B. Salinas and others will announce the findings of a report on the global war for talent and how current U.S. immigration policy is putting the American economy at risk. The study, commissioned by Partnership for New York City and Partnership for a New American Economy, takes a comparative view of the creative approaches other countries are adopting to attract innovators, entrepreneurs and in-demand labor in contrast to the U.S. immigration system.Speakers: Honorable Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor, City of New York
Danny Lopez, HM Consul General New York and Director General Trade & Investment USA, British Consulate General
Matt Miller, Columnist, Washington Post; host, public radio’s week in review program, “Left, Right & Center”
Ricardo Salinas Pliego, Founder and Chairman, Grupo Salinas
Some economists have suggested we’ve entered “The Great Stagnation”, where the productivity gains – and the associated widespread wealth creation – of the past will never come back. Should we accept that counsel, or are there keys to spurring greater economic dynamism?
Craig Mundie, Chief Research and Strategy Officer, Microsoft Corporation
Anne-Marie Slaughter, Bert G. Kerstetter ’66 University Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University
Robert Wolf, Chairman, UBS Investment Bank, Americas Moderated by: Maria Bartiromo, Anchor, CNBC
Boming Wang, Chairman, SEEC Media Group, and Editor-in-Chief, CAIJING
The world’s two largest economies play an instrumental role in determining the opportunities and growth prospects for business. As the US economy recovers its strength, and China continues its growth at a slightly slower pace, what defines the interrelationship between the two markets? What might strengthen the ties, and what threatens disruption and instability?Remarks: Andrew Ross Sorkin, financial columnist for The New York Times and co-anchor of CNBC’s Squawk Box and
Ruogu Li, Chairman and President, Export-Import Bank of China Speakers: Patrick Prevost, President and CEO, Cabot Corporation
Stephen S. Roach, retired Non-Executive Chairman, Morgan Stanley Asia, and Senior Lecturer and Fellow, Jackson Institute, Yale School of Management
Boming Wang, Chairman, SEEC Media Group, and Editor-in-Chief, CAIJING Moderated by: Andrew Ross Sorkin, financial columnist for The New York Times and co-anchor of CNBC’s Squawk Box
The innovative capacity of US business has long given it a decisive edge in global competition. Today, China’s emerging global corporations are pioneering new paths of innovation, particularly in terms of process and organization. How can businesses knit together the strengths of the two innovation cultures?Speakers: Dongsheng Chen, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Taikang Life Insurance Co., Ltd.
Zhiwu Chen, Professor of Finance, Yale School of Management
Lun Feng, Chairman, Vantone Holdings Co., Ltd.
Jonathan Miller, Chief Digital Officer, News Corporation
Deborah Wince-Smith, President and CEO, US Council on Competitiveness Moderated by: Joseph Kahn, Foreign Editor, The New York Times
This year will mark one of the major changes in Chinese leadership in a decade. The US has its own potential for leadership change. How do business leaders see the emerging landscape in the two nations, and what risks and opportunities do they identify?Speakers: Glenn H. Hutchins, Co-CEO, Silver Lake
Stephen A. Orlins, President, National Committee on US – China Relations
Shi Wang, Chairman, China Vanke Group
Yansheng Zhang, Secretary General, Academic Committee, National Development and Reform Commission Moderated by: Michael Oreskes, Senior Managing Editor, Associated Press
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