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Jeff Imelt, CEO of General Electric
GE Topper Addresses the USC Marshall School of Business and Viterbi School of Engineering
November 27, 2007 • by News at Marshall

November 27, 2007 -- It's always a challenge following a famous CEO when it's your turn to run one of the world's largest companies.

It's even tougher taking over in a rapidly evolving, globalizing economy undergoing a tumultuous worldwide reshuffling of currencies, asset valuations and debt structures.

With that backdrop, General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt had plenty to share during a speech on campus to more than 300 students and faculty from USC's Marshall School of Business and Viterbi School of Engineering. Watch the Video


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