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Brian Baldrate – Raytheon

As a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army, Brian Baldrate commanded his fair share of missions, many involving Abrams tanks—massive machines whose mobilization required impeccable coordination and constant communication. The tactics and terrains may have changed, but for Baldrate, general counsel for Raytheon’s international and Washington, D.C., operations, the aim remains the same: to […]

Jo Ann Davaris – Booking Holdings

In April 2016, just days after Jo Ann Davaris was named global chief privacy officer (CPO) for international consulting giant Mercer, the European Union passed the sweeping General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which laid out strict rules for how companies operating in the EU handle the personal information of consumers. At that point, companies had […]

Michael Kauffman – Tech DNA

Imagine this: After months of market analysis, your company has finally separated contenders from pretenders and found its acquisition target: a plucky Silicon Valley startup with a game-changing machine learning technology platform. Later that day, you see a story on CNN about one of your competitors being fined hundreds of millions of dollars for violating […]

Caroline Elkin – Activision

The Barclays Center’s regular tenants, the NBA’s Nets and NHL’s Islanders, don’t always draw such a crowd. But last summer, the Brooklyn arena played host to the Overwatch League finals, drawing 20,000 zealous spectators to London Spitfire’s victory over Philadelphia Fusion in an action-packed video game competition where the best players in the world went […]

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