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MAKERS: WOMEN WHO MAKE AMERICA

Ursula Burns

  • Aired: 02/27/2012
  • 03:44
  • Rating: NR
Ursula Burns on growing up poor, workplace discrimination, and becoming the first African-American woman to be CEO of a Fortune 500 company. Armed with engineering degrees from Columbia and NYU, she has rolled up her sleeves to reinvent the famed copier corporation for a post-copier age.
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