It's been almost ten years and I've wanted to re-visit and re-share this interview that I was honored to do with Paul O'Neill back in 2011, years before I was affiliated with the firm Value Capture. O'Neill was the non-executive chairman of the firm until his passing in 2020.
He was, of course, also the CEO and Chairman of Alcoa before becoming the United States Treasury Secretary.
I've shared this interview again, with a new introduction and some slightly-remastered audio (doing the best I can considering it was originally recorded as a phone conference call).
I hope you'll check out the episode and some of the quotes / highlights here:
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