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"We're proud of our record in welcoming a diversity of speakers to the CES keynote stage, including General Motors CEO Mary Barra, Xerox CEO Ursula Burns, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, JP Morgan Chase CMO Kristen Lemkau and Johnson and Johnson Global CMO Alison ...

The seats are currently held by ex-Xerox CEO Ursula Burns and ex-CIT CEO John Thain. It's unclear how long this arrangement will continue. But even if his time at Uber comes to a close, Kalanick likely won't ride off into the sunset. Bradley Tusk, a venture capitalist who's worked with Uber on several ...
Other prominent business leaders such as former Xerox CEO Ursula Burns and former GE vice chair Beth Comstock participated in what CTA calls keynote panels. "I was stung by the online backlash expressing outrage that no women were among the CES keynote speakers," Gary Shapiro, CEO of the ...
Entering January 2017, Xerox split into two companies by spinning off its Business Services division as Conduent, while elevating Jeff Jacobson to CEO replacing Ursula Burns. Conduent would establish its headquarters in Florham Park, N.J., with Xerox winning a $4.4 million incentive deal from the state of ...
This adage fits Ursula Burns perfectly. Born in a poor neighbourhood of Manhattan to immigrant parents and raised by a single mother, she rose to become the first female African American CEO of a Fortune 500 company, Xerox. She also holds the honour of being the first woman to succeed another ...

The first few years of your career is often filled with uncertainty around job decisions, salary agreements and even your personality in the workplace. For many professionals, mentors and older colleagues are key to helping them make the right decisions professionally. But many successful people also say ...
Former CEO Ursula Burns stepped down last year following the planned split between Xerox and services giant Conduent. Icahn owns more than a 9 percent stake in Xerox, according to the Wall Street Journal, but only holds one seat on the company board. Three of Conduent's board seats belong to ...
"We're proud of our record in welcoming diverse speakers to the CES keynote stage including General Motors CEO Mary Barra, Xerox CEO Ursula Burns, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty and Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer," the statement continues. "Their participation at CES extends beyond the keynote stage to our ...
"I am happy to announce that Ursula Burns and John Thain have agreed to join Uber's Board of Directors," said a spokesperson for Kalanick in a statement sent to Tech Crunch. "Ursula and John are two highly accomplished corporate leaders with extensive board experience. Their backgrounds include ...
Former Xerox Corp. CEO Ursula Burns was appointed as one of two new board members at Uber last week. Former Uber CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick tapped Burns and former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain to join the embattled ridesharing company's board. Burns stepped down as CEO of Xerox ...
When Ursula Burns became the CEO of Xerox in 2009 at age 50, she was the first black woman to lead a Fortune 500 company. What did she learn along the way? "A lot of what pioneers do, they do not benefit from themselves," she says. Climbing to the top of the corporate ladder wasn't a given for Burns.
Earlier this week, Ursula Burns, the former CEO and Chairwoman of Xerox, spoke with CNN anchor Poppy Harlow about work, money, and the tech industry. Burns, who grew up in public housing in New York City, was the first Black woman to lead a Fortune 500 company. She left Xerox last year, after ...
But she learned from her mother not to be afraid to ask for help or to accept support offered by friends and family members, people in the neighborhood, government organizations or nonprofits. Ursula Burns mother Ursula Burns' mother worked hard to support her three children but was not afraid to accept ...
In September, he brought in the former Xerox CEO Ursula Burns and the former Merrill Lynch and CIT Group CEO John Thain. So Kalanick's board seats, should Burns and Thain tend to vote with Kalanick, would never be close to a majority on their own. In addition, Benchmark, which was suing Kalanick ...
In 2015, the billionaire investor took an 7% stake in the company, then headed by Ursula Burns. Related: Former Xerox CEO Ursula Burns: It's a 'time of power' for women in tech. Under pressure from Icahn, Xerox spun off Conduent, its Business Services unit, to focus on legacy products including copiers ...
Former CEO Ursula Burns stepped down last year following the planned split between Xerox and services giant Conduent. Icahn owns more than a 9 percent stake in Xerox, according to the Wall Street Journal, but only holds one seat on the company board. Three of Conduent's board seats belong to ...

"We champion diversity of all types - gender, ethnicity, thought and beyond - and our show reflects that value. "We're proud of our record in welcoming a diversity of speakers to the CES keynote stage including General Motors CEO Mary Barra, Xerox CEO Ursula Burns, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty and Yahoo!
"We're proud of our record in welcoming diverse speakers to the CES keynote stage including General Motors CEO Mary Barra, Xerox CEO Ursula Burns, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty and Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer," the statement continues. "Their participation at CES extends beyond the keynote stage to our ...
Since the departure of Xerox's Ursula Burns, there are no longer any African American women topping Fortune's list. In fact, only two women of color made ... Ursula Burns' appointment to the position in 2009 was hailed as a milestone, but now looks like more of an anomaly. Burns said with all the obstacles ...
Former U.S. Ambassador Caroline Kennedy and Former Xerox Chairman and CEO Ursula Burns will co-chair the selection committee, which is comprised of distinguished policy experts, artists, academics, business executives and social innovation leaders, that will choose the winning cities. "We're glad to ...
For example, Vanderkam notes that Xerox CEO Ursula Burns schedules an hourlong personal-training session at 6 a.m. twice a week.
For example, Vanderkam notes that Xerox CEO Ursula Burns schedules an hourlong personal-training session at 6 a.m. twice a week.
... Uber took further steps toward accountability by appointing former Xerox CEO Ursula Burns to its board of directors and by hiring marketing ...
Next April Diageo's main board of directors will reach gender parity when Ursula Burns, one of America's leading business women and the ...
It is already one of the top-ranking FTSE 100 companies for gender parity in the boardroom. Now Diageo has laid down a marker on female ...
In return, Kalanick has agreed that his two board seats -- currently held by John Thain and Ursula Burns -- would need majority approval from ...
... (retired chairman, president and CEO, The Boeing Company); Ursula Burns (chairman and CEO, Xerox); Paul E. Jacobs (executive chairman ...
CEO Ursula Burns and former CIT Group Inc. CEO John Thain. Uber's board has set a deadline to hold an initial public offering sometime in ...
An agreement has also been struck that would require a vote for any future board appointments by Kalanick, should Ursula Burns or John Thain give up their seats someday. One source close to the situation tells TechCrunch that Benchmark could technically invest more money in Uber through the tender ...
In late September, he surprised Uber's board by appointing two new members: former Xerox CEO Ursula Burns, and former Merrill Lynch CEO ...
... President paved the way for acceptance of Black culture into the mainstream, where Ursula Burns, the first female African American CEO of a ...
Earlier this month, former Xerox CEO Ursula Burns was appointed as a board director in a controversial move made by ousted CEO Travis ...
... there were eight black CEOs of major publicly traded corporations, including Ursula Burns, the first and only African American woman to lead ...
... run a Fortune 500 company) was eventually joined by Don Thompson at McDonald's, Ursula Burns at Xerox, Roger Ferguson at TIAA-CREF, ...
Ursula Burns, Xerox corporation Chairwoman and CEO, speaks at The New York Times New Work Summit on March 1, 2016, in Half Moon ...
Over the last several years, there have been significant departures such as Ursula Burns stepping down from the helm of Xerox after the ...
Kenneth Chenault, the longtime chief executive of American Express, is retiring early next year. Unless another company hires a black CEO, ...
To mark Hospice Care Week, Stephanie Bell talks to a local woman Ursula Burns about her experience and how her life has been enhanced ...
"I am happy to announce that Ursula Burns and John Thain have agreed to join Uber's Board of Directors," said a spokesperson for Kalanick in a statement sent to Tech Crunch. "Ursula and John are two highly accomplished corporate leaders with extensive board experience. Their backgrounds include ...
Former Xerox CEO Ursula Burns has been appointed as a board director at Uber in a controversial move made by the ride-sharing company's ...
Ursula Burns, previously CEO of Xerox, and John Thain, previously CEO of Merrill Lynch, CIT Group and the nyse, have been named Uber's ...
Former Xerox Corp. CEO Ursula Burns was appointed as one of two new board members at Uber last week. Former Uber CEO and co-founder ...
When Ursula Burns quietly shut off the light to her office as Xerox CEO at the end of 2016, her departure also cast a light on a sad statistic: ...
LionTree LLC, a investment and Merchant Banking firm focused on media, technology and telecommunications, has named Ursula Burns as an ...
When Ursula Burns became the CEO of Xerox in 2009 at age 50, she was the first black woman to lead a Fortune 500 company. What did she ...
Frankfurt, July 24 (Reuters) - VEON named former Xerox chief Ursula Burns as its chairwoman on Monday, as the telecoms operator undertakes corporate governance reforms and a makeover as a global online services company. Alexey Reznikovich, VEON's long-serving chairman, will remain on the ...
Former Xerox Chief Executive Officer Ursula Burns has been named as the chairwoman for VEON's supervisory board. Speaking on her new ...
Earlier this week, Ursula Burns, the former CEO and Chairwoman of Xerox, spoke with CNN anchor Poppy Harlow about work, money, and the ...
Former Xerox CEO Ursula Burns: It's a 'time of power' for women in tech. by Julia Horowitz ... They will hire you," Ursula Burns told Poppy Harlow at CNNMoney's American Opportunity breakfast in New York Tuesday. Burns, the first black ... Ursula Burns with some of her Xerox coworkers. On whether male ...


 

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