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Guest speakers spark dynamic discussions

Jerry Greenfield with students
"If you don't like something about the way business is done, you can just change it."

— Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's Homemade, at the Donald P. Jacobs Center on Feb. 22. Greenfield was a guest of the Distinguished Entrepreneur Speaker Series hosted by PEEK, Private Equity and Entrepreneurship at Kellogg.  Photo © Nathan Mandell

Jeff Katz   "I'm just terrible about [demanding] talent. But it's everything."  

— Orbitz founding CEO Jeff Katz, Feb. 7 at the Donald P. Jacobs Center. Katz was a guest of PEEK's Distinguished Entrepreneur Speaker Series.  Photo © Mary Hanlon

"I do not think the United States can afford to be the one country in the world not to go along with everybody else ... but I also think the rest of the world should dispense with its foolish rhetoric."

— Exelon Corp. CEO John Rowe on global energy policy. Rowe spoke at the Donald P. Jacobs Center on Jan. 19.   Photo © Mary Hanlon

  John Rowe

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