Published: January 28, 2002
Fort Lee, N.J. — January 28, 2002 — For 31 years, the World Economic Forum brings together more than 2,000 of the worlds top business leaders, political leaders and academic experts to shape the global agenda. Together, these leaders address key economic, political and societal issues and create solutions to those pressing issues. You and your listeners may be interested to further understand how the results of such a meeting impacts them and people everywhere.
Ron Insana, co-host of CNBCs Business Center (M-F, 6-7:30 PM, ET) and one of the few journalists who will have access to the World Economic Forum, is available for interviews to provide insight, perspective and an insiders view of these events.
The World Economic Forum will be held Jan. 31 – Feb. 4 in New York City.
For further information or to arrange an interview with CNBCs Ron Insana please contact Alison Rudnick, 201-346-4427 or Amy Zelvin, 201-346-6632
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