CNBC Announces Line-Up for Special Edition of Capital Exchange, “The New Economic Agenda”

February 1, 2021

CNBC to Host Virtual Event on February 3 at 2pm ET and Feature Discussions with the Council of Economic Advisers’ Jared Bernstein and the Business Roundtable’s Josh Bolten

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., February 1, 2021 — CNBC today announced the line-up for a special edition of the Capital Exchange series event, “The New Economic Agenda,” which will take place on Wednesday, February 3 at 2pm ET.

During this event, attendees will hear from Jared Bernstein, a member of President Biden’s economic advisory team, and Josh Bolten, Business Roundtable President, in one-on-one interviews with CNBC Washington Correspondent Kayla Tausche to learn about how the new administration will spur economic growth while navigating a pandemic recovery and find out how the business community is reacting.

CNBC’s Capital Exchange events feature candid conversations about how business and government can better collaborate to create jobs and economic growth. Featuring top lawmakers, CEOs and administration officials, Capital Exchange focuses on the confluence of policy, business and money.

Learn more about the event and register to attend.




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