Quadrangle draws who's who of execs


NEW YORK -- Media moguls old and new are taking over the Manhattan conference circuit this week, with investment firm Quadrangle Group Tuesday afternoon kicking off its annual two-day FourSquare confab with NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker, Sony Corp.'s Howard Stringer, YouTube's Chad Hurley, IAC chairman and CEO Barry Diller and BSkyB CEO James Murdoch, son of News Corp. boss, Rupert.

Wednesday at the Quadrangle conference at the Pierre Hotel in midtown Manhattan, CBS Corp. CEO Leslie Moonves will be on a panel discussing "Does size matter?," outgoing Time Warner CEO Richard Parsons, Al Gore and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg will be grilled one-on-one, while CNBC's Maria Bartiromo will ask Joost CEO Mike Volpi and others "What's next for the consumer."