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Jeff Furst, '95

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ALUMNI PROFILES

Back to Basics in the New Economy
Jeff Furst, '95
Young, entrepreneurial, and technologically savvy, Jeff Furst, '95, resembles a typical new economy executive. At 33, he is the founder, president, and CEO of FurstPerson, a Chicago-based firm that recruits and trains personnel for corporate call centers.

By Anthoney Dimos

No Substitute for Strategy
Arnold W. Donald, '80
In more than 20 years with Monsanto Company, Arnold W. Donald, '80, had risen through the ranks from industrial chemical sales to senior vice president. Along the way, he served as an assistant marketing manager and president of the company's $4 billion-plus agricultural sector.

By Kimberly Sweet

Ford's Highway to High Tech
Jim Yost, '74
As Ford Motor Company's vice president of corporate strategy, Jim Yost, '74, works with the company's 51 other top executives to formulate company agendas, align management with company goals, develop business plans, and assess global competition.

By Susan DeGrane

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