Featuring the CEOs of Bank of America Corporation and the CVS Corporation
On this episode of CEO EXCHANGE, taped at the Howard University School of Business in Washington, DC, we'll get an insider's look at the changing face of Main Street USA. No matter how small, every town, every community, has a bank and a corner drug store. But these days, the local bank and drugstore are owned by huge companies that do a lot more than take deposits and dispense medicine. Ken Lewis has counted on an aggressive acquisition strategy for Bank of America, which has vaulted ahead of its competitors with the most extensive branch network in the United States. Tom Ryan also found acquisitions held the right formula to make CVS the nation's leader in filling prescriptions. Two CEOs running modern companies that could be on everyone's corner before too long.
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