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Engage with Andy Busch

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April 18th 2014:A CEO perspective on the economy

This week on Engage with Andy Busch, we have two CEOs as guests to help us understand the economy. First, Craig Bouchard will give us his view from the perspective of a steel, electric and energy company executive. Craig is also a best selling author and expert on Caterpillar. He’ll help explain why he thinks CAT has big upside. Next, we’ll have on Robert Savage from international research firm, Track.com. Bob will cover why the markets are so jittery and what to look for going forward on stocks, bonds, and currencies.

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Craig Bouchard

Craig is a New York Times Best Selling author. “The Caterpillar Way. Lessons in leadership, growth and shareholder value” was released in October of 2013, reaching #1 on the Barnes & Noble Best Seller List, and #8 on the New York Times Best Seller list in the business category. James V. Koch was once again Craig’s co-author. (McGraw Hill.) Craig became the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Signature Group Holdings (OTCQX: SGGH) in June, 2013 after leading a hostile proxy battle to remove thecompany’s board. This was Craig’s second successful hostile take-over on Wall Street. Craig is also the founder and current Chairman of the Board of Cambelle-Inland, LLC, a priv
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Bob Savage

CEO Track Research. Before joining Track.com as Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Savage served as Managing Director of FX Macro Sales at Goldman Sachs, where he published widely-read and insightful research focused on the foreign exchange markets and the macroeconomic environment. As well as twenty-three years at Goldman Sachs, Mr. Savage worked as the head of New York Foreign Exchange trading for Lehman Brothers and as a Director of Proprietary Trading at Bank of America Securities. Mr. Savage earned a BA in Political Philosophy from Yale University.
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