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Dean’s Distinguished Speaker
William Sullivan, CEO, Agilent Technologies, Inc.

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Wednesday, October 19, 2005

William Sullivan, CEO, Agilent Technologies, Inc.

“Driving Value from Innovation”

About William Sullivan

The 21st century global economy will have winners and losers. The innovators will lead, the others will follow. As president and CEO of Agilent Technologies, William Sullivan lives by this axiom, restructuring the tech giant as an innovative leader, laser-focused on the $40 billion scientific measurement market.

On his first official visit back to campus as head of Agilent, UC Davis alumnus Sullivan shared how his experience at the university more than 35 years ago built a foundation for his successful career – including three decades at Hewlett-Packard and then Agilent.

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