The World According to Boyar

Episode 2 - Frank Blake, Former Chairman & CEO of Home depot on publicly-traded retailers he admires

April 19, 2018 The Boyar Value Group/ Frank Blake Season 1 Episode 2
The World According to Boyar
Episode 2 - Frank Blake, Former Chairman & CEO of Home depot on publicly-traded retailers he admires
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The World According to Boyar
Episode 2 - Frank Blake, Former Chairman & CEO of Home depot on publicly-traded retailers he admires
Apr 19, 2018 Season 1 Episode 2
The Boyar Value Group/ Frank Blake

Interview discusses: What investors should look for when analyzing a turnaround situation.
His views on Amazon and what physical retailers must do to effectively compete against the online giant. Which publicly-traded retailer (besides Home Depot) he admires. Where he believes we are in the U.S. housing cycle. His surprising thoughts on Wall Street analysts.
A lesson he learned from President George Bush. And more...

Biography:

Frank was a Supreme Court clerk for Justice John Paul Stevens. He later served as deputy counsel to Vice President George Bush. Later on he became Senior Vice President of Corporate Business Development at General Electric where he reported directly to Jack Welch. Frank left GE to become deputy secretary of the U.S. department of Energy. In 2002, Home Depot recruited Blake to lead its business development and corporate operations and eventually became its CEO in 2007. He is currently on the boards of Procter & Gamble and Macy’s. He also serves as non-executive Chairman of Delta Air Lines.

Show Notes

Interview discusses: What investors should look for when analyzing a turnaround situation.
His views on Amazon and what physical retailers must do to effectively compete against the online giant. Which publicly-traded retailer (besides Home Depot) he admires. Where he believes we are in the U.S. housing cycle. His surprising thoughts on Wall Street analysts.
A lesson he learned from President George Bush. And more...

Biography:

Frank was a Supreme Court clerk for Justice John Paul Stevens. He later served as deputy counsel to Vice President George Bush. Later on he became Senior Vice President of Corporate Business Development at General Electric where he reported directly to Jack Welch. Frank left GE to become deputy secretary of the U.S. department of Energy. In 2002, Home Depot recruited Blake to lead its business development and corporate operations and eventually became its CEO in 2007. He is currently on the boards of Procter & Gamble and Macy’s. He also serves as non-executive Chairman of Delta Air Lines.