Indeed, Mr. McNerney's most recent appearance on CNBC was on February 24th, 2005.
I have access to transcript archives for CNBC news, and the most
recent appearance of McNerney was on a CEO interview segment on 2/24.
I cannot reproduce the entire segment here due to copyright
restrictions, but here is a brief excerpt from it:
CNBC BUSINESS VIDEO
12:00 AM EST
February 24, 2005 Thursday
MARK HAINES, CNBC ANCHOR: We`re going back to Boca and the Business
Council meeting that`s bringing together the nation`s CEOs. Among the
participants, James McNerney, is chairman and CEO of Dow component 3M,
whose company has seen as the benchmark for the U.S. economy because
of its broad array of businesses. Here is a look at a 10-year chart of
3M. Of course, McNerney has been there the last four or so.
So he joins us now from the sidelines of the Business Council meeting.
Good morning, sir, good to see you again.
JAMES McNERNEY, CEO, 3M: Good morning, Mark.
HAINES: How is business?
McNERNEY: Not bad. Business is not bad. I would say there is probably
more momentum in the U.S. economy than we`ve seen in a number of
years. Asia, despite the well chronicled slowdown that was going
happen in China last year, Asia still continues. I think China blew
through that in many respects.
And I would say Europe, there are two stories there, one is the
so-called Old Europe, the big countries are really having trouble
getting off the mat with the usual set of political and economic
issues and Eastern Europe, Russia, really beginning to take off. So
overall, not bad...
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