March 13, 2007
UCLA Anderson Center for Finance & Investments Presented "R.O.I. New York" with Larry Fink and Stephen Schwarzman
Event presented in association with New York Alumni Chapter
LOS ANGELES - On Monday, March 12th in New York City, UCLA Anderson School of Management's Center for Finance & Investments hosted "R.O.I. '07" featuring Larry Fink ('76), chairman & CEO of BlackRock, Inc., and Stephen Schwarzman, chairman & CEO of The Blackstone Group in conversation with CNBC's Maria Bartiromo. This outstanding event was presented in association with the UCLA Anderson New York Alumni Chapter at the Museum of Television & Radio in midtown Manhattan. A full house of UCLA Anderson and UCLA alumni as well as other financial professionals attended the reception and program.
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