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Xerox, Verizon Ford CEOs Set For CES Panel

11/17/2011 01:47:38 PM Eastern

Arlington, Va. - The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)
announced today that Xerox chairman/CEO Ursula Burns
Verizon president/CEO Lowell
and Ford Motor Company president/CEO Alan Mulally
will join the 2012 International CES keynote lineup.

All three will be as participants in the CES Innovation
Power Panel will take place at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11, in the Las Vegas
Hilton Theater during CES, which is held Jan. 10-13.

"This unique keynote panel, one of our most popular events
at the 2011 CES where it debuted, will bring together business leaders whose
ingenuity helps to fuel the global economy," said Gary Shapiro, president and
CEO, CEA. "The technology industry is powering the global marketplace, and the
chief executives of these marquee companies will give CES attendees a unique
perspective on the power of innovation."

Shapiro will moderate a discussion with these three top
executives and will discuss how a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship has
made them global leaders in their industries.

For more information on CES, visit

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