Home Depot co-founder, investor and philanthropist Kenneth G. Langone to deliver Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan Lecture
Topic of talk: "Investing for the Long Term"
President and CEO of Invemed Associates, LLC, and co-founder of The Home Depot, Inc.
"Investing for the Long Term."
7:30 p.m., Monday, April 7
Fairfield University's Quick Center for the Arts
Free; Call (203) 254-4010 to reserve your tickets
The 2014 Charles F. Dolan Lecture at Fairfield University will be delivered by prominent investment banker and philanthropist Kenneth Langone, president and chief executive officer of Invemed Associates, LLC, and co-founder of The Home Depot, Inc., on Monday, April 7 at 7:30 p.m.
Free and open to the public, Mr. Langone's talk is entitled, "Investing for the Long Term," and will take place at Fairfield University's Quick Center for the Arts. Contact the Quick Center Box Office at (203) 254-4010 to reserve your complimentary tickets.
Donald E. Gibson, Ph.D., dean of Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan School of Business, said it is a great honor to have Mr. Langone among the group of highly accomplished business leaders who have delivered the annual lecture. "Mr. Langone, a visionary in the world of business, will be sharing his insights and ideas at this much anticipated event," Dr. Gibson said. "Those attending the lecture will undoubtedly gain from hearing about how he judges financial risk, how he chooses people and ideas to invest in, and his ideas about business trends of the future."
Mr. Langone is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Invemed Associates LLC, a New York Stock Exchange member firm specializing in healthcare and high technology companies. He is a co-founder of the Home Depot, Inc., and was a director and member of the executive committee of its board since it was founded in 1978 until 2008. He also serves on the boards of Unifi, Inc., Micell Technologies, Relationship Sciences, and Geeknet, Inc.
Mr. Langone received a B.A. from Bucknell University and an MBA from New York University's Stern School of Business; he remains active with both institutions currently serving on the board of overseers of the Stern School and on the board of trustees of New York University. He is also chairman of the Trustees of New York University Medical Center. In April 2008, the medical center was renamed the NYU Langone Medical Center as a result of Mr. Langone and his wife Elaine's generous gift. He was a member of the Bucknell University Board of Trustees where he served as Chairman of its nominating committee, its endowment and as a member of its executive committee.
In addition, he is on the board of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, The Ronald McDonald House of New York, The Medal of Honor Foundation, Horatio Alger Society Foundation, and the Harlem Children's Zone and he is Chairman of its charter school, Promise Academy.
The Charles F. Dolan Lecture Series was inaugurated in 2001. Past lecturers have included such recognized business leaders as Jeffrey Immelt, Jack Welch, Anne M. Mulcahy, E. Gerald Corrigan, Abby Joseph Cohen, Karen Katen, Sandy Weill, and Brian Moynihan, to name a few. Charles F. Dolan is the founder and chairman of Cablevision Systems Corporation. The Dolan School of Business was named in recognition of Charles and Helen Dolan's service and philanthropic contributions to Fairfield University.
For more information about the Dolan School of Business, visit http://www.fairfield.edu/dsb.
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Posted on March 21, 2014
Vol. 46, No. 232