The Winston Center hopes to broaden the minds of Boston College students entering the business world and elsewhere by challenging their ethical beliefs.
George Bodenheimer, who oversaw ESPN from 1998-2011, told audience members that mission, brand and culture were the keys to success.
On Tuesday night, former Congressman Bob Inglis, who served as a representative of South Carolina from 1993 to 1999 and then again from 2005 to 2011 came, to Boston College to speak about an economically conservative solution to climate change.
Whether it is containing the spread of Ebola or combating economic crises, international organizations could play a critical role in solving society’s greatest difficulties, said former Greek PM George Papandreou yesterday afternoon.
“It was Google before Google existed,” Bob Davis of Highland Capital said. “It dominated the Internet by a large margin, with about 100 million people who visited the site every day.”