DETROIT (AP) -- More than a dozen corporate chiefs have agreed to speak at a national convention in Detroit next year on the future of manufacturing, technology, energy and the environment.
Speakers at The National Summit June 15-17 at Ford Field are to include James Mulva of ConocoPhillips, Matthew Rose of BNSF Railway Co., Michael McCallister of Humana Inc., Robert Nardelli of Chrysler LLC and Rick Wagoner of General Motors Corp.
Ford Motor Co. Chairman Bill Ford and Dow Chemical Co. chief Andrew Liveris announced plans in September to co-host the summit.
Organizers say it's the nation's first such gathering and could promote a national plan to overcome industrial and economic upheavals.
The Detroit Economic Club announced the speakers Monday.