CEO, Fluid Power Group
Power Move: Arnold is responsible for Eaton’s hydraulics, aerospace, filtration, and general products businAesses. He also serves as a member of the corporation’s Office of the COO, with responsibility for the Asia-Pacific region. Arnold has global experience in management, e-business, and marketing.
FRANK M. CLARK
Chairman & CEO, ComEd
Power Move: Clark oversees ComEd, the largest electric utility in Illinois and a unit of Chicago-based Exelon Corp. He is responsible for ComEd’s $2 billion combined operating, maintenance, and capital budgets.
JOHN J. HARRIS
Executive VP, Chairman & CEO, Nestlé Waters
Power Move: Harris oversees 32,000 employees and operates with $8.9 billion in sales. He oversees acquisitions, new products, international partnerships, and product expansion into places such as China, the Middle East, and Africa.
President & CEO, GE Security
Power Move: Seavers manages all aspects of GE Security worldwide including profit and loss, growth, and business development. Seavers has overseen more than 24 acquisitions in his position with GE Security, a supplier of security and life safety technologies with operations in more than 35 countries.
President & CEO, Central & Eastern
European Strategic Business, GE Money
Power Move: Stockton oversees all international banks and bank joint ventures for GE Capital. As of 2007, Stockton has grown net income for the unit from $225 million to $944 million.
JAMES E. SWEETNAM
CEO, Truck Group
Power Move: Sweetnam has corporate-wide responsibility for Eaton’s operations in South America and for the Quality Institute and the Business Excellence Program. Sweetnam also serves as a member of Eaton’s Office of the COO.
Chairman, President & CEO, Xerox Canada
Power Move: Warren is responsible for the business operations of Xerox Canada, including Human Resources, Customer Service, Marketing, and Sales. He most recently led the successful integration of the $1.5 billion purchase of Global Imaging Systems into Xerox from April through December 2007.
RODERICK K. WEST
President & CEO, Entergy New Orleans
Power Move: West oversees the largest gas system rebuild in the history of the industry, with the replacement of more than 844 miles of pipelines damaged by Hurricane Katrina.In 2008, West implemented something almost unheard of in the utility industry—a temporary 6% electric rate decrease.
RAYFORD WILKINS JR.
Power Move: Wilkins oversees Advertising and Publishing, Operating Services, International Investments, Sterling Commerce, and Customer Information Services. He also has oversight of Yellowpages.com L.L.C.
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