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DuPont CEO: Improve Business Continuity Capability

10:05 AM MDT | July 11, 2007 | Michelle Bryner

Manufacturers must become adept at anticipating and bouncing back from terrorist attacks, category five hurricanes, blackouts and other potential business disruptions to stay competitive in the 21st century, Chad Holliday, DuPont chairman and CEO, told reporters at the Resilience Day CEO Summit, held in Washington last month. Producers must build a robust system to cope with any “turbulent” situation, says Holliday, who also co-chairs the Council on Competitiveness (Washington), which sponsored the summit and recently released a new report on risk...

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