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How to Understand This Crazy Year in Investing—and What to Do Now
Mellody Hobson and John W. Rogers, Jr.
Mellody Hobson and John W. Rogers, Jr. say what worked over the past decade is unlikely to work over the next.
NPR
May 31, 2021

John W. Rogers, Jr. was interviewed by NPR about his great-grandfather, J.B. Stradford, for a piece on the centennial of the Tulsa Race Massacre.

The Wall Street Journal
May 29, 2021

John W. Rogers, Jr. was featured in a Wall Street Journal story on three Tulsa families whose businesses were destroyed during the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.

Barron’s
May 28, 2021

In an interview with Barron’s for a feature story about his great grandfather, J.B. Stradford, whose business was destroyed during the Tulsa Race Massacre 100 years ago, John W. Rogers, Jr. discusses the impact of the tragedy on generational wealth and the steps business leaders must take today.

Black Enterprise Boardroom Chats
May 27, 2021

John Rogers appeared on Black Enterprise’s Boardroom Chats podcast where he was interviewed by Black Enterprise Chief Content Officer Derek T. Dingle on D&I and Black representation on corporate boards.

Dollars and Change Podcast
May 27, 2021

John W. Rogers, Jr. was interviewed by Katherine Klein, Vice Dean of the Wharton Social Impact Initiative, on the importance of overcoming the racial wealth gap and how business can do their part to help close the gap.

Bloomberg TV What’d You Miss
May 24, 2021

Rupal Bhansali, Chief Investment Officer & Portfolio Manager of International and Global Equities, shares why she believes global markets are on the cusp of a regime change.

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