With massive unemployment, more businesses closing permanently, and the most devastating three-month collapse on record, what is next? The Common Good was joined by brilliant investor and business legend Glenn Hutchins, co-founder of the hugely successful Silver Lake Partners, Vice Chairman of Brookings, former Senior Advisor to President Clinton and board member of the NY Fed. The conversation was moderated by Andy Serwer, the former managing director of Fortune and the current Editor-in-Chief of Yahoo! Business.

Watch the video below:https://www.youtube.com/embed/7BLPgWbIfd8?wmode=opaque&enablejsapi=1


Glenn Hutchins has earned respect and success at the top of the business world, philanthropy, and public service. He is chairman of North Island and a co-founder of Silver Lake, and also served as chairman of the board of SunGard Data Systems, Inc. and Instinet, Inc. and a director of Nasdaq, Inc.   Previously, Mr. Hutchins served President Clinton in the White House as a special advisor on both economic and health-care policy. He was also a director of Harvard Management Company and co-chairman of Harvard University’s capital campaign.


Andy Serwer is the editor in chief for Yahoo Finance, where he oversees all editorial content from breaking news to in-depth stories to original video programming. He was previously the managing editor of Fortune and worked at Time Inc. for 29 years. He has been a regular guest on MSNBC’S Morning Joe and CNBC’s Squawkbox and many other TV and radio programs.

Serwer’s daily online musings have earned him a reputation as one of the sharpest and most entertaining market commentators anywhere. According to an article in the May 22, 2000, New Yorker, “Achaea had Homer, the Spanish Civil War had Hemingway, California had the Beach Boys, and now our hyperactive stock market has its own poet-singer–Andy Serwer.” He was named 2000 Business Journalist of the Year by TJFR, who called him “perhaps the nation’s top multimedia talent, successfully juggling the roles of serious journalist, astute commentator and occasional court jester.”

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