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  • ...orn August 26, 1952) is an [[Malaysian-American]] [[table tennis]] player, technology executive, and reality television participant. He was the fourth place fini He retired from University of California in June of 2013. He was the Chief Technology Officer for Computing Services, Network Services, and Telecommunications at
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  • '''Mike Pronovost''' (born November 11, 1989) is an American Internet entrepreneur and founder and CEO of Powerband and Pronovost Techno ...h school. Powerband is a [[Broadband Internet access|high speed internet]] technology that promised "ultra-fast Internet speeds". Pronovost had some backing for
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  • ...ater = [[Great Neck South High School]] <br />[[Massachusetts Institute of Technology]] <br /> [[Harvard University]] '''Alex Wissner-Gross''' is an American [[scientist]], [[inventor]], and [[entrepreneur]]. He currently holds acade
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  • |known_for = Leveraging high technology in politics |nationality = [[Americans|American]]
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  • | nationality = American | occupation = Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Reputation.com, Inc.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.rep
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  • '''VoloMetrix''' is an American enterprise software start-up based in [[Seattle, Washington]]. VoloMetrix o ...EO, and Chris Brahm, a board member. The team also includes Joel Grus, the Chief Scientist and former analyst at Decide.com and Farecast <ref>{{cite web|aut
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  • | nationality = [[United States|American]] and [[France|French]] '''Jacqueline Legrand''' (born May 3, 1961) is an American business executive. She is the current CEO of [[Mds - Corretor de Seguros,
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  • ...ll>60 participants per program<br /> Participants profile: CEO and C-Level Executives</small>) ...region that has focused its efforts on equipping corporate leaders, senior executives and high level government officials coming from Middle East with latest lea
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  • '''Benjamin Golub''' is an American executive. In 1995 he became product manager at [[Avid Technology]].
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  • ...t and Philanthropist. Former Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Public Policy Officer of Activision Blizzard, Inc. ...ose''' (born 1961) served as Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Public Policy Officer of
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  • | occupation = [[Chief technology officer|CTO]] of [[Cisco Systems]] and [[Advocate]] for [[STEM education#Ed ...fining a cross segment customer reference architecture, defining long term technology strategy for services for the next 2–5 years, with the focus on the Inter
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  • ...''' (born March 20, 1953) is an American executive, formerly President and Chief Investment Officer of the original Equity Investment Corporation, which he ...ial|bronze monument]] of [[Albert Einstein]] to the [[Georgia Institute of Technology|Georgia Tech]] campus.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Diamond|first1=Laura|title=Geor
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  • ...siness Journal''' is a monthly digital publication for [[Canada]]'s senior executives who want to stay informed of current business topics and trends. The ''CBJ' ...Executive and founder of George Media, Michael Alexander-Jones, Editor-in-Chief, Angus Gillespie, Vice President, Adam Strimaitis, and Head of Finance and
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  • ...il/id/535316/An-American-success-story-of-faith-and-exceptionalism.html An American success story of faith and exceptionalism], ''The Observer'', Dunkirk, NY: Today, the companies are headed by Chief Executive Officer Daniel R. Gernatt, Jr.<ref>
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  • '''Alexis Levine''' is an American entrepreneur. In 2009 when she was 23 years old, she created the company S | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American businessman
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  • .... He lectures in four languages, and has appeared before well over 100,000 executives in more than 50 countries. ...Creativity, Innovation, and Organizational Integration; It’s More Than Technology,” Toward the Future (1995).
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  • | occupation = Chief of Staff, [[Change.org]] ...] Features Writer (2005-2006)''<br>''[[The Daily Telegraph|The Telegraph]] Chief Africa Correspondent (2004-2005)''
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  • ...d with the [[Council of American Survey Research Organizations]] and the [[American Marketing Association]].<ref>{{cite news|title=Frontiers of Research (6 Ses ...al fund companies, brokerage firms, and credit providers. Its clients from technology and telecommunications include traditional telecoms, wireless carriers, ISP
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  • '''Aidan David Cunniffe''' (born March 11, 1994) is an American [[Internet entrepreneur]] who co-founded the automated software development | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American businessman
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  • ...h and development, engineering, purchasing, transportation and information technology functions.” ...te=31 December 2014}}</ref> He is also [[Vice Chairman]] of the Board at [[American Iron & Steel Institute]], a Director for AK Steeel Holding Corp. and [[Park
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