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WORCESTER — The postwar economic boom that brought tail fins and TV sets to U.S. consumers in the 1950s and ’60s today is being mirrored on a much larger scale around the globe, opening new opportunities to savvy American businesses and investors, the chairman and chief executive officer of OppenheimerFunds Inc. said Tuesday.

“We’re pretty optimistic about what’s going on around the globe and the opportunity for the U.S. and American companies specifically to benefit from that,” said William F. Glavin Jr., who heads one of the nation’s largest investment management firms. The 1980 graduate of the College of the Holy Cross returned to the city last night to address a dinner of the Worcester Economic Club at the Beechwood Inn. He spoke with the Telegram & Gazette before the event.

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