John Bogle, Founder, Chairman, and CEO (ret'd), Vanguard Funds
"A Protestant Perspective on Ethics in the Executive Suite" - May 27, 2011
John Bogle, Founder, Chairman, and CEO (ret’d) of The Vanguard Group (and Princeton ’51) is probably best known for promoting low-cost investing by being the first to offer individual investors access to index funds. As an ambassador for common sense investing, Bogle has written eight books on the subject. He is also the recipient of numerous awards for his work including being named one of the investment industry’s four “Giants of the 20th Century” by Fortune magazine in 1999, and one of the “world’s 100 most powerful and influential people” by TIME magazine in 2004. And it all started 60 years ago during his time as a Princeton student, when an article in a 1949 issue of Fortune magazine on mutual funds inspired his senior thesis on the subject. For your convenience, the webcast has been broken up into multiple segments. Please scroll down to view all three parts.