Kenneth Frazier Featured in the New York Times
Kenneth C. Frazier of Merck & Co., Inc. was recently highlighted in the New York Times’ “Corner Office” feature, which focuses on conversations about leadership and management with senior executives. Mr. Frazier was chosen as the first to be interviewed for the revived feature.
Last year, Mr. Frazier made headlines as the first chief executive to resign from a presidential advisory council following Mr. Trump’s equivocating response to an outburst of white nationalist violence in Charlottesville, Va. As perhaps the most prominent black chief executive in the country, his stance carried powerful symbolism.
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