Urban Business Roundtable Spotlight On Carnival Corp. CEO Arnold Donald

This week on The Urban Business Roundtable, Dywaine Betts Jr., chats with Carnival Corporation CEO and President Arnold Donald. On the board of directors for Carnival for 12 years, Donald was announced as CEO of the cruise-industry corporation, taking over the duties from business magnate Mickey Arison. The New Orleans native has quite a résumé before him. He was president and CEO of The Executive Leadership Council, a professional network of African American executives of major U.S. He previously served as president and CEO of Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International. He was also named Black Enterprise Executive of the Year in 1997, when he was a senior executive at Monsanto. Donald joins the roundtable to chat on how he’s turning the tide and charting a new course.

Also, UBR Contributor Samantha Pass talks with money expert Lynette Khalfani-Cox, a.k.a. The Money Coach. A New York Times best-selling author, personal finance expert, and radio and television personality, Kalfani-Cox’s latest book is The Money Coach’s Guide to Your First Million: 7 Smart Habits to Building The Wealth of Your Dreams (Advantage World Press).

And finally, every week on UBR, you’ll hear Pepper Miller’s Y.O.U.-TURN segment, get motivation and inspiration from author and educator Dennis Kimbro, Ph.D., a wrap-up of tech news from the Chief Digital Aggregator for Johnson Publishing Co., Jun Mhoon, and our Patient Investor Report from Ariel Investments.

Pepper Miller is the founder and president of The Hunter Miller Group and the host of “The Urban Business Roundtable,” a weekly radio show, sponsored by Ariel Investments, airing CST Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m., Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. on WVON-AM 1690, the Talk of Chicago. You can also listen live online at WVON.com. Check back each week for UBR Spotlight, which features additional resources, advice, and information from and about the topics, entrepreneurs, and experts featured on the show. If you have a question you want answered or a topic you want addressed on “The Urban Business Roundtable,” connect with us on Twitter @UBR1690.