The dean's breakfast series at the John Cook School of Business continues Tuesday, Oct. 4, with retired CEO Harlan Steinbaum, author of Tough Calls from the Corner Office. The program is free and open to the public however registration is required.
The event begins with breakfast at 7:30 a.m. in the Anheuser-Busch Auditorium in Cook Hall followed by a presentation by Harlan Steinbaum and a Q&A session.
Cook Hall is located at 3874 Lindell Blvd. at Spring Ave. A book signing will be available after the program.
Parking is available in the University garages located at Olive and Compton or Grand and Laclede. Tickets will be validated at the event.
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About Harlan Steinbaum: A retired CEO, Steinbaum formerly served as a group president at Pet, Inc., a New York Stock Exchange company. While at Pet, he had profit and loss responsibility for six of their 17 operating divisions.
After leaving Pet, he became president and chairman of the board of the Glaser Drug Stores and Medicare Pharmacies. The company owned and operated drug stores and pharmacies in numerous states across the country.
In addition, Steinbaum was one of the two people responsible for starting Express Scripts and served as its first chairman.