- Thomas D'Ambra Ph.D. 1978, Founder and CEO, Albany Molecular Research Inc.
- Richard A. Davey 1995, Secretary and CEO of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation
- Julie Halpin Anderson 1984, founder and CEO of The Geppetto Group
- Douglas M. Baker, Jr 1981, CEO of Ecolab Inc.
- Paul D. Bernard 1990, Senior Partner & Head of Pan Asia Investment Research, Goldman Sachs
- James E. Burke 1947, former CEO of Johnson & Johnson; named one of the ten greatest CEOs of all time by Fortune Magazine
- Kevin Casey 1984, CEO of Collages.net
- B.J. Cassin 1955, Venture capitalist
- Randall Caudill 1969, president and founder of Dunsford Hill Capital Partners
- Daniel A. Celentano 1973, Senior Managing Director, Evercore Partners
- Craig S. Cerretani 1979, Co-founder of Longfellow Benefits
- Arthur Ciocca 1959, Chairman and Owner, The Wine Group
- Nicholas D'Agostino, Jr. 1960, Chairman and CEO, D'Agostino Supermarkets, Inc.
- Larry Doyle 1983, founder of Sense on Cents
- Charles H. Eppinger 1970, CEO of International Financial Data Services
- Frederick H. Eppinger 1981, President and CEO, The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc.
- Richard B. Fisher 1947, Chairman of Federated Securities Corp. and Vice Chairman of Federated Investors, Inc.
- Donald E. Froude 1978, President, U.S. Advisor Group, Ameriprise Financial
- William F. Glavin, Jr. 1980, Chairman, President and CEO of OppenheimerFunds, Inc.
- John P. Hamill 1961, former Chairman Sovereign Bank New England, Banco Satander
- Pedro Heilbron 1979, CEO of Copa Airlines
- Mark Holowesko 1982, noted investor and CEO of Templeton Capital Advisors
- John J. Issa 1960, Founder and Chairman of SuperClubs Resorts
- F. Donald Kenney 1939, Chairman, Goldman Sachs International
- James W. Keyes 1977, Chairman and CEO of Blockbuster, Inc.
- John H. Lindon 1978, Managing Director, HSBC
- Edward J. Ludwig 1973, Chairman, President, and CEO of Becton Dickinson
- Victor Luis 1988, President of Coach International (COH)
- John J. Mahoney Jr. 1973, Vice chairman and CFO of Staples Inc.
- William J. McDonough 1956, former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and current Vice Chairman of Merrill Lynch
- William E. McKenna, 1947, Chairman of Technicolor President and Chairman of Norton Simon Industries
- Arthur J. Mirante II 1965, President of Global Client Development and former CEO, Cushman & Wakefield
- Charles E.F. Millard 1954, Former Chairman of the Board, CEO Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New York
- Robert S. Morrison 1963, Retired Vice Chairman, PepsiCo and retired Chairman, President and CEO, The Quaker Oats Company
- William F. O'Neil 1907, founder of the General Tire and Rubber Company
- John Peterman 1963 (aka J. Peterman), catalog and retail entrepreneur
- James David Power III 1953, founder of J.D. Power and Associates
- Roberto Quarta 1971, Partner of Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, Chairman of Italtel, and former Chairman of BBA Group
- Norm Racine 1984, COO of Collages.net
- Jack D. Rehm 1954, former CEO of Meredith Corporation
- Loren Ferré Rangel 1992, vice president for new products at El Día, Inc. and a Trustee of the Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico.
- Maria Eugenia Ferré Rangel 1989, vice president of El Nuevo Día, the largest daily newspaper in Puerto Rico.
- Carolyn Risoli 1986, President, Marc Jacobs, Inc.
- Frank Shakespeare 1946, former president of CBS Television, former director of the U.S. Information Agency, and Ambassador to Portugal and Ambassador to the Vatican.
- Joe Shoen 1971, President, Chairman of the Board, and Chief Executive Officer of AMERCO, the holding company of U-Haul, International.
- John T. Sinnott 1961, retired Vice Chairman of Marsh & McLennan Companies
- Park B. Smith 1954, Chairman & Founder of Park B. Smith Ltd. and benefactor of the College
- David A. Spina 1964, former Chairman and CEO of State Street Corporation
- Kieran Suckling 1986, is one of the founders of the Center for Biological Diversity
- William J. Teuber Jr. 1973, Vice Chairman of EMC Corporation
- Maggie Wilderotter 1977, President and CEO, Frontier Communications, named one of the Fifty Most Powerful Women in Business in 2009 by Fortune magazine.
- John G. Schulte 1970, President and CEO, Spectranetics Corporation
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