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US-Japan Business Council

TRADE ORGANIZATION

Official Website:
http://www.usjbc.org/

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard H. Brown
Business
c. 1947   CEO of EDS, 1999-2003
Timothy C. Collins
Business
c. 1956   Private equity, Ripplewood Holdings
James E. Copeland, Jr.
Business
c. 1945   CEO of Deloitte & Touche, 1999-2003
Donald V. Fites
Business
20-Jan-1934   CEO of Caterpillar, 1990-99
Cyrus F. Freidheim
Business
c. 1936   CEO of Sun Times Media Group, 2006-09
Joseph T. Gorman
Business
1-Oct-1937   CEO of TRW, 1988-2001
Michael H. Jordan
Business
13-Jun-1936 25-May-2010 CEO of EDS, 2003-07
Karen L. Katen
Business
1948   Senior Pfizer executive
Jeffrey B. Kindler
Business
13-May-1955   CEO of Pfizer, 2006-10
Stuart L. Levenick
Business
c. 1954   Group President, Caterpillar Inc.
Jonathan S. Linen
Business
c. 1944   Vice Chairman of American Express, 1993-2005
Deryck Maughan
Business
c. 1947   CEO of Citigroup International, 1998-2002
William G. Parrett
Business
c. 1945   CEO of Deloitte Touche Tomatsu, 2003-07
Frank Popoff
Business
27-Oct-1935   CEO of Dow Chemical, 1987-95
Robert B. Shapiro
Business
4-Aug-1938   CEO of Monsanto, 1995-2000
Walter V. Shipley
Business
2-Nov-1935   CEO of Chase Manhattan, 1996-99
John F. Smith, Jr.
Business
6-Apr-1938   CEO of General Motors, 1992-2000
William R. Timken, Jr.
Diplomat
c. 1938   US Ambassador to Germany
Randall L. Tobias
Government
20-Mar-1942   AIDS Czar, USAID Administrator
Thomas J. Usher
Business
11-Sep-1942   CEO of US Steel, 1995-2004


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