Jim Farley

James Aloysius "Jim" Farley (May 30, 1888 – June 9, 1976) was one of the first Irish Catholic politicians in American history to achieve success on a national level, serving as Chairman of the New York State Democratic Committee, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee and as Postmaster General simultaneously under the first two administrations of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. A business executive and dignitary, and a Knight of Malta, Farley was commonly referred to as a political kingmaker, and was responsible for Franklin D. Roosevelt's rise to the presidency. Farley was the campaign manager for New York State politician Alfred E.
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    …. Jim Farley, Ford – /in/jim-farley 5. John Frascotti, Hasbro – /in/john-frascotti 6. Kristin Lemkau, JPMorgan Chase – @KLemkau 7. Trevor Edwards, Nike – /in/trevor-edwards 8. Beth Comstock, General Electric – @bethcomstock 9. Seth Farbman, Gap – @sethfarbman 10. Alain Visser, Volvo – Corporate bio 11. Matt Jauchius, Nationwide Mutual…

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    … development Peter Foster. 4:45 p.m., Times Center Hall: The Great Debate: Linear Television: Tried and True or So Over You? Moderator: The Wall Street Journal senior editor Mike Shields. Panelists: Smallwood, Havas Media North America CEO Lori Hiltz, CBS president of CBS Vision and chief revenue officer David Poltrack, Clear Channel Communications…

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