Liver is for President!

Lerner, Ivan
November 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;11/19/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 19, p10
Trade Publication
The author reflects on Dow Chemical Co.'s president, chief executive and chairman, Andrew Liveris. He says that Liveris' direct, sometimes blunt, talk is invigorating. According to him, Liveris speaks his mind, and even better, he tries to effect change. Like everyone involved in the U.S. chemical industry, Liveris is concerned about the increasing cost of natural gas.


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