Sunday, September 18, 2011

Fareed Zakaria Jobs Crisis Special Debuts Tonight

CNN Domestic will tonight premiere a new primetime special from Fareed Zakaria. Details from CNN below.

CNN Press Release: There’s lot of talk in Washington about creating jobs - and there’s lot of angst in America about the lack of jobs. CNN’s Fareed Zakaria says the plans out there won’t create jobs quickly enough. So what will? Zakaria sits down with Jeffrey Immelt, CEO and Chairman of GE and “jobs czar” for the Obama Administration to talk about his proposals for how government can encourage job growth, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchinson (R-TX) about infrastructure, Andrew Liveris president, chairman, CEO of the Dow Chemical Company and author of Make It In America: The Case for Re-Inventing the Economy about how to save manufacturing in America. Zakaria also interviews Starwood president / CEO Frits van Paasschen about the ultimate outsource-proof industry: tourism and how to strengthen it, and Dan Ackerson chairman / CEO of General Motors about the health of auto industry.

CNN’s Fareed Zakaria's special on solutions for America’s jobs crisis, RESTORING THE AMERICAN DREAM: GETTING BACK TO WORK – A FAREED ZAKARIA GPS Special airs Sunday at 8:00pm ET & PT on CNN.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did Immelt say that part of GE's success is because of the Defense Department's spending on his company's projects? Did he say that his biggest competitor is China, and that he can ask for China's 5-year State plan, and "work it" because he knows their government will execute it properly? Is he really saying that these things, which are GOVERNMENT SPENDING, are part of his success and how he thinks it should be done here?

And did he also say that there should be less bureaucracy and less government here?

Is he talking out of both sides of his mouth?

10:26 AM  
Blogger Peaceful Protester said...

Thank you for this informative and excellent special.

11:54 PM  

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