Wall Street returned from its holiday weekend to news of a pair of surprise resignations.
Aerospace giant Boeing Co. (BA) announced the resignation of chairman and chief executive Phil Condit (search). We’ll examine the reasons behind his resignation and forecast the company’s future with Phil Condit and Harry C. Stonecipher, incoming CEO and president.
And Walt Disney Co. (DIS) vice chairman Roy E. Disney (search) stepped down from the board of directors. What was behind his decision? We’ll investigate with Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, associate dean at the Yale School of Management, and Brett Pulley, senior editor at Forbes magazine.
Just how loyal is Japan to the U.S. mission in Iraq? We’ll ask Tom Foley, former ambassador to Japan.
Plus, after a weekend of turkey leftovers and daunting lines at cash registers, we’ll get a first look at retail numbers from the start of the holiday season with Tracy Mullin, president and CEO of the National Retail Federation, and Kurt Barnard, president of Retail Forecasting.
Dow 10,000? Will December be the magic month? We’ll ask Liz Ann Sonders, chief market strategist at Charles Schwab; Barry Ritholtz, market strategist for the Maxim Group, and Vince Farrell, chairman of Victory Capital Management.
And, we’ll mark World AIDS Day (search) with Sumner Redstone, Viacom chairman and CEO; John Demsey, president of M.A.C. Cosmetics, and NBA legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson.
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