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Co-Chair of The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Bill Gates & Founder and Chairman of the Paulson Institute, Hank Paulson

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

The Economic Club of New York is honored to welcome Bill Gates and Hank Paulson. In a conversation with Co-Host of CNBC's Squawk Box Becky Quick - exploring the economic steps and evolving technologies the private sector can leverage to mitigate the challenges of climate change.

Chairman and CEO of CLEAR, Caryn Seidman-Becker

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Andy Serwer, Editor-in-Chief of Yahoo Finance, will join Caryn Seidman-Becker, in a conversation on how CLEAR's secure identity platform is helping Americans get back to work and the pivotal role it will play in our post-pandemic world.

PRESIDENT AND CEO OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ATLANTA, DR. RAPHAEL BOSTIC

MARKETWATCH   Runaway inflation? Atlanta Fed’s Bostic ‘just not seeing it’

Atlanta Federal Reserve President Raphael Bostic is not worried at all about the possibility of “runaway” U.S. inflation.

Bostic acknowledged the rate of inflation could surge in the coming months as the economy more fully reopens and growth speeds up. Yet in a talk with the Economic Club of New York he said he expects any increase to prove short-lived, a view held by virtually all senior officials at the central bank.


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President and CEO of Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Dr. Raphael Bostic

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We are pleased to announce that Charles Phillips, Managing Partner & Co-Founder of RECOGNIZE, will join Raphael Bostic, in a conversation on current monetary policy and his expectations for the 2021 US economy, as well as discuss concrete steps to advance racial equity.

Co-Founder of The Home Depot, Kenneth Langone

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Co-Founder of The Home Depot and Founder and CEO of Invemed Associates LLC., Kenneth Langone will discuss the impacts of Covid-19 on the national economy and the outlook for moving New York City's economy forward post crisis, the importance of reaching a balance in regulating social media while protecting freedom of speech, his perspectives on leadership and philanthropy and other topics.

CHAIRMAN AND CEO OF JOHNSON & JOHNSON, ALEX GORSKY

YAHOO FINANCE: Johnson & Johnson Working On Next-Generation Vaccine Against Variants

Johnson & Johnson said it was working on next-generation COVID-19 vaccines against the various variants of the coronavirus, according to Reuters.

“We could be in a situation where you could either need a booster to maintain the durability (of protection against the virus) or you might need to have a next derivative of the current vaccine to address these variants as they develop,” Johnson and Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky said at a webinar by the Economic Club of New York this week, per Reuters.



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CHAIRMAN AND CEO OF JOHNSON & JOHNSON, ALEX GORSKY

REUTERS: J&J developing several next-generation COVID-19 vaccines, says CEO

“We could be in a situation where you could either need a booster to maintain the durability (of protection against the virus) or you might need to have a next derivative of the current vaccine to address these variants as they develop”, Gorsky said at a webinar by the Economic Club of New York.

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN IN BUSINESS CONFERENCE

CNBC: GM and Ford take cues from Tesla’s success, but try to avoid Musk’s mistakes

It was also one of the latest examples of executives at legacy automakers showing Musk some appreciation. They’ve also adopted at least some of his company’s strategies to catch up to Tesla’s electric vehicle sales the world over.

“What I take away from Tesla’s success is that there’s a huge market for EVs and they validated that,” GM CEO Mary Barra said during an online discussion Thursday for The Economic Club of New York’s Women in Business event.


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Chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson, Alex Gorsky

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Alex Gorsky, Chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson, shares timely insights on the company's Covid-19 vaccine rollout, what it is doing to address the global health crisis and help end the pandemic.

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN IN BUSINESS CONFERENCE

CNBC:  GM CEO Mary Barra: 'We're just at the beginning' of where company's stock will move

“I think as the market begins to see all of the assets and resources General Motors brings to this transformation, I think we’re just at the beginning of where you’ll see GM’s stock move,” she said during an online discussion Thursday for The Economic Club of New York’s Women in Business event.

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN IN BUSINESS CONFERENCE

BLOOMBERG: Fraser Says Idea That Women Don't Help Women Is 'Utter Rubbish'

There’s a theory in corporate America that women in positions of power don’t help other women. Citigroup Inc. Chief Executive Officer Jane Fraser doesn’t buy it.

“Utter rubbish,” Fraser said during a panel discussion with General Motors Co. Chairman and CEO Mary Barra for the Economic Club of New York. “From my own experience, I have to say I’ve had wonderful male mentors, but the support of different female mentors, friends, colleagues, female CEOs has been extraordinary.”



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International Women in Business Conference

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he Economic Club of New York, along with the Consulates General of Canada and France, invite you to attend a half-day forum on the role the public and private sectors can play in accelerating gender equity in the workplace.

This program will address macro trends impacting businesses, including longstanding barriers women continue to face, as well as emerging challenges that threaten to reverse progress made over the last few decades. Discussions will focus on the future of business broadly as well as concrete ways in which business leaders and policy makers can fuel women's empowerment, promote and ensure women’s leadership, and foster inclusive economies in a fast-changing landscape.

SAN FRANCISCO FED PRESIDENT AND CEO, MARY C. DALY

WASHINGTON POST:  Financial Panic

This past week, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Mary Daly, said something similar, calling the swell of mutterings about inflation “the tug of fear.” In a speech to the Economic Club of New York on Tuesday, she described it as “the reaction to a memory of high and rising inflation . . . and a Federal Reserve that once fell behind the policy curve.”


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SAN FRANCISCO FED PRESIDENT AND CEO, MARY C. DALY

REUTERS: Fed's Daly: Policy in a 'good place,' bond investors see 'brighter future'

U.S. monetary policy is in a “very good place,” San Francisco Federal Reserve President Mary Daly said on Tuesday, noting that a recent rise in bond yields is a sign that investors see a “brighter future.”

Should the yield curve steepen so that monetary policy becomes less accommodative than the Fed thinks is appropriate, the U.S. central bank could change the maturity of its bond purchases to push down on the long-end, Daly told reporters in a call after a talk at the Economic Club of New York. But, she added, “Right now I’m very satisfied where policy is.”



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SAN FRANCISCO FED PRESIDENT AND CEO, MARY C. DALY

YAHOO FINANCE:Fed officials emphasize policy 'patience' as outlook improves

"Our most important virtue will be patience," she told the Economic Club of New York. "We will need to continually and patiently reassess what the labor market is capable of and avoid preemptively tightening monetary policy before millions of Americans have an opportunity to benefit."

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SAN FRANCISCO FED PRESIDENT AND CEO, MARY C. DALY

REUTERS: Fed officials emphasize policy 'patience' as outlook improves

At a separate event, San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly struck a similar tone.

“Our most important virtue will be patience,” she told the Economic Club of New York. “We will need to continually and patiently reassess what the labor market is capable of and avoid preemptively tightening monetary policy before millions of Americans have an opportunity to benefit.”


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San Francisco Fed President and CEO, Mary C. Daly

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

the Economic Club of New York is honored to welcome the President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Mary C. Daly. She will discuss the state of the U.S. economy and the Federal Reserve's new framework for conducting monetary policy.

Club member and Goldman Sachs Chief Economist, Jan Hatzius

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In conversation with Yahoo Finance correspondent Julia La Roche, Jan will share his outlook for the U.S. economy this year and beyond.

President of Stanford University, Marc Tessier-Lavigne

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Join us for a timely conversation with Stanford University President and pioneering neuroscientist Marc Tessier-Lavigne on how the pandemic has catalyzed change for universities and where higher education needs to go from here.

CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS, FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, JEROME POWELL

BLOOMBERG:  The Magic of a Full-Employment Economy

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is nobody’s idea of a radical. But in his speech last week to the Economic Club of New York, he articulated an idea that upends generations of conventional wisdom and sets the stage not only for the Fed’s approach to the current economic crisis but also for President Joe Biden’s.

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