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Loss and Renewal

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Friday, January 31, 2003

On September 11th Cantor Fitzgerald lost nearly 700 of its employees. Howard Lutnick, Cantor Fitzgerald's chair and CEO joins Tom Barbash to discuss the company’s loss and renewal after 9/11, On Top of the World. Plus, National Book Award Winner Sherwin Nuland shares his memoir, Lost in America. And Ed Sikov talks about the life of Peter Sellers, Mr. Strangelove.

Howard Lutnick and Tom Barbash

On September 11th Cantor Fitzgerald lost nearly 700 of its employees. Howard Lutnick, Cantor Fitzgerald's chair and CEO joins Tom Barbash to discuss the company’s loss and renewal after 9/11, On Top of the World.

Music: The Hours Soundtrack composer Philip Glass

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Sherwin Nuland

National Book Award Winner, Sherwin Nuland shares his memoir, Lost in America: A Journey with My Father.
Sherwin Nuland will be speaking tonight at:
Barnes and Noble 82nd/Broadway at 7:30 pm

Music: The Hours Soundtrack composer Philip Glass

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Ed Sikov

Ed Sikov discusses the life of Peter Sellers and his book Mr. Strangelove: A Biography of Peter Sellers.
To see some Peter Sellers' classics, visit the Film Forum website

Music: excerpts from Hard Day's Night and Dr. Strangelove

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