July 28 (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has convened a panel of advisers on Monday to talk about the top issue for American voters -- the faltering U.S. economy.
Here is a list of those taking part:
* Bill Bradley - Former U.S. senator from New Jersey (1979-1997); managing director of Allen & Co
* Warren Buffett - Chairman and chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway
* Anna Burger - International secretary-treasurer of Service Employees International Union and chair of new labor federation Change to Win
* Jon Corzine - Governor of New Jersey; former chairman and chief executive of investment firm Goldman Sachs; U.S. Senator (2001-2006)
* William Daley - U.S. Secretary of Commerce in the administration of former President Bill Clinton; Midwest chairman of JPMorgan Chase
* James Dimon - Chairman and chief executive JPMorgan Chase
* William Donaldson - Former chairman of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (2003-2005); former chairman and chief executive of New York Stock Exchange; co-founder of investment banking firm Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette
* Indra Nooyi- Chief executive of PepsiCo
* Paul O’Neill - Former U.S. Treasury Secretary in the administration of President George W. Bush; special adviser to The Blackstone Group; former chairman and chief executive of Alcoa Inc.
* Federico Pena - U.S. secretary of transportation and energy in the Clinton administration; managing director of private equity investment firm Vestar Capital Partners
* Penny Pritzker - Chairman and founder of Classic Residence by Hyatt
* Robert Reich - U.S. Labor Secretary in the Clinton administration; professor of public policy at University of California at Berkeley
* Robert Rubin - Chairman and director of executive committee of Citigroup; U.S. Treasury Secretary in the Clinton administration
* Eric Schmidt - Google chief executive
* William Spriggs - Professor and Chair of Department of Economics, Howard University
* Lawrence Summers - U.S. Treasury Secretary in the Clinton administration; former president of Harvard University; managing director of investment and technology development firm D.E. Shaw
* John Sweeney - President of nation’s largest labor federation, AFL-CIO
* Laura Tyson - Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers in the Clinton administration; Professor, Haas School of Business at University of California at Berkeley
* Paul Volcker - Former chairman of U.S. Federal Reserve (1979-1987) (Reporting by Deborah Charles, editing by Jackie Frank)
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