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Duke Energy Corporation is headquartered in Charlotte, NC and describes itself as "one of the largest electric power holding companies in the United States."[1]

In 2011, Duke Energy reported $14,529 million in total revenues.[1]

Ties to Pete Peterson's "Fix the Debt"

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Personnel

Senior Executive Management

As of February, 2013: [2]

  • James E. Rogers: President and Chief Executive Officer.
  • Lynn J. Good: Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
  • Dhiaa M. Jamil: Executive Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer
  • Julie S. Janson: Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary
  • Marc E. Manly: Executive Vice President and President, Commercial Businesses
  • Lee T. Mazzocchi: Senior Vice President and Chief Integration and Innovation Officer
  • B. Keith Trent: Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Regulated Utilities
  • Jennifer L. Weber: Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
  • Lloyd M. Yates: Executive Vice President, Regulated Utilities


Board Of Directors

As of February, 2013: [3]

  • James E. Rogers - Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Duke Energy Corporation
  • William (Bill) Barnet III - Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Barnet Development Corp.
  • G. Alex Bernhardt Sr. - Chairman, Bernhardt Furniture Company
  • Michael G. Browning - Chairman and President, Browning Investments, Inc.
  • Harris E. DeLoach, Jr. - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,Sonoco Products Company
  • Daniel R. DiMicco - Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer , Nucor Corporation
  • John H. Forsgren - Retired Vice Chairman, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Northeast Utilities
  • Ann Maynard Gray - Former President, Diversified Publishing Group of ABC Inc.
  • James H. Hance Jr. - Retired Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer, Bank of America
  • James B. Hyler, Jr. - Retired Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer, First Citizens Bank
  • E. Marie McKee - President, Corning Museum of Glass
  • E. James Reinsch - Retired Senior Vice President and Partner, Bechtel Group
  • James T. Rhodes - Retired Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Institute of * Carlos A. Saladrigas - Chairman, Regis HR Group
  • Philip R. Sharp - President, Resources for the Future


Resources and articles

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Duke Energy, "2011 Annual Report and Form 10-K", organizational document, accessed February 19, 2013
  2. Duke Energy, "Our Leaders", organizational website, accessed February 15, 2013
  3. Duke Energy, "Board of Directors", organizational website, accessed February 15, 2013
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