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Doug Kitani

Doug Kitani is an American executive currently working as Chief Executive Officer for aerospace manufacturing and aviation service provider Erickson Inc.

Ahmed Mazloum

Ahmed Mazloum is a Lebanese Nigerian entrepreneur and businessman. Mazloum serves as Managing Director of Unitop International Limited, Executive Director of Unitop Catering Services Limited and Bobcat Construction Services Limited.

Paul Wright

Paul Wright footballer born 1967, Scottish footballer Paul Wright soccer born 1969, English/American soccer player Paul Wright cyclist born 1973, English professional racing cyclist

Dan Ammann

Dan Ammann is a New Zealand business executive. He is the current CEO of Cruise, having served as the President of General Motors between 2015 and 2019. Ammann joined GM as Treasurer following its 2009 bankruptcy, and also served as the companys ...

Abbie Reynolds

While at secondary school, Reynolds started a paper recycling scheme when the effects of climate change were not well-known. She has a law degree from the University of Auckland.

Paul Thompson (media executive)

Paul Thompson is a New Zealand media executive. Thompson joined The Press in Christchurch in 1995 as a journalist. He was the editor of The Press from 2001 to 2007. After news of the September 11 attacks became known, Thompson made the call to st ...

Lola Masha

Lola Masha was the county manager for OLX and google Nigeria business team head. She is the co-founder and executive director of Babban Gona farmers service limited.

Mary Uduma

Mary Uduma is a two time President of Nigeria Internet Registration Association. She is the chairperson of Nigeria Internet Governance Forum.

Evelyn Oputu

Oputa started her education at St. Teresa College, Ibadan in 1960 and then proceeded to Federal School of Arts and Science Lagos to obtain Senior Secondary Certificate between 1965 and 1967. She bagged a B.Sc. degree in Business administration fr ...

Pageone.ng

Since it started operations, the news blog has broken few trending stories. However, the blog was popular with its expose on the MMM Nigeria Ponzi scheme when the blog wrote an article that revealed that Ernest Mbanefo, a top promoter of MMM Glob ...

Cornelia ODwyer

Cornelia O’Dwyer is a Talk Show Host, Writer, Executive Producer and Video Content Creator based out of Lagos, Nigeria, and New York City. She was the host of Ndani TV’s talk show titled Ndani Real Talk and a former co-host on Smooth 98.1 FM’s en ...

Dir

Digitally Imported Radio, an internet radio station Doing It Right, a methodology for scuba diving Digital Instrumentation Recorder, a magnetic tape format by Sony De Imperatoribus Romanis, an online biographical encyclopedia of the Roman emperor ...

Ali Suleman Habib

He was one of the founding director of Indus Motors Company and was serving as its chairman since 2009. He was the founding chairman of the Pakistani chapter of Young Presidents Organization. In May 2012, he was elected as chairman of the Pakista ...

PWFP World Wrestling Champions

2019 World Wrestling Champions was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event, promoted by Pro Wrestling Federation of Pakistan. The event took place on 21 December 2019 at the Dreamworld Resorts in Karachi, Sindh. It was the second pay-per-view ...

Jerzy Kwiecinski

Jerzy Stanislaw Kwiecinski is the President of the Management Board of Polskie Gornictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo, a post he has held since 10 January 2020. He was a longtime employee of the European Commission Representation in Poland. In 2014 Kwie ...

Norbert Redkie

Norbert Bogdan Redkie is a Polish entrepreneur, restaurateur, lecturer, and film producer. He is a co-founder and CEO of the restaurant company Grupa Warszawa, which runs local clubs, bars, and restaurants in Warsaw, including the popular Warszaw ...

Martin Osterdahl

Erik Martin Osterdahl, is a Swedish author and television producer who worked for SVT between 2008 and 2014, fixed broadcasts of Mastarnas mastare, Allt for Sverige and Skavlan for the channel. In 2016, Osterdahl debuted as an author with the boo ...

Sataporn Panichraksapong

Sataporn Panichraksapong, born December 27, 1967) is a Thai business executive and the current CEO of GMM 25, a television channel owned by Thai entertainment conglomerate GMM Grammy. He has also been serving as the managing director of GMMTV sin ...

Pim Techamuanvivit

Pim Techamuanvivit is a Thai chef and restaurateur based in San Francisco. She is the owner of the Nari and Michelin-starred Kin Khao restaurants in San Francisco, and became the executive chef of Nahm in Bangkok in 2019. Techamuanvivit was born ...

Adil Kaya

Adil Kaya is a business executive. He is best known for co-founding of the Film Festival Turkey Germany. Kaya holds the position of CEO of SIGOS, president of the film festival Turkey Germany in Nuremberg and chairman of the association InterForu ...

Charles Oliver

Charles or Charlie Oliver may refer to: Charles Oliver actor fl. 1936–1941, British actor Charles Nicholson Jewel Oliver 1848–1920, Australian sportsman and public servant Charlie Oliver English footballer born 1997, English footballer Charlie Ol ...

Nicholas Walsh

Nicholas Walsh may refer to: Nick Paton Walsh born 1977, British journalist Nicolas Walsh physician, American physiatrist Nicholas Walsh judge 1542–1615, Irish judge, politician and landowner Nick Walsh footballer born 1965, Australian rules foot ...

William Wentworth (disambiguation)

William Wentworth, was an Australian explorer, barrister, newspaper publisher, politician and landowner. William Wentworth may also refer to: Bill Wentworth 1907–2003, William Charles Wentworth IV, Australian politician, first federal Minister fo ...

Ruxton

Ruxton can refer to Ruxton, Maryland, United States of America Ruxton, Herefordshire, England Map sources SO551291 Ruxton Island near Vancouver, Canada places John Ruxton 1721–1785, landowner and eldest son of William Ruxton of Ardee. people Dr. ...

William Bassett

William Bassett may refer to: William Bassett Royalist died 1656, Royalist MP for Bath, 1640–1642 William Bassett died 1601, MP for Staffordshire William Bassett d. 1667, early American colonist William Bassett died 1586 1507–1586, MP for Glamorg ...

Prince Obolensky

Prince Obolensky may refer to: Prince Serge Obolensky 1890–1978, husband of Ava Alice Muriel Astor, and son of Platon Obolensky and Marie Narishkin Prince Michael Alexander Obolensky, American pretender Prince Dimitri Alexandrovich Obolensky 1882 ...

CTG

Vietinbank Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange: CTG, a state-owned Vietnamese bank Channel Technologies Group, a California-based company that produces piezoelectric materials, transducers, turnkey integrated systems and optical technologies, U.S. Ch ...

1973 US Navy C-117D Solheimasandur Crash

The 1973 US Navy C-117D Solheimasandur Crash, commonly known as the Solheimasandur Crash, is a crashed US Navy Douglas C-117D located in Solheimasandur on the southern coast of Iceland. The remains of the aircraft - which crashed in 1973 - have r ...

David Lyon

David Lyon may refer to: David Lyon politician, born 1794 1794–1872, West India merchant, Member of Parliament and landowner David Lyon sociologist, professor of sociology at Queens University, Kingston, Ontario David Lyon cricketer born 1943, En ...

Bhati (disambiguation)

Narendra Bhati born 1958, Indian politician of Uttar Pradesh Dargahi Singh Bhati died 1828, Indian landowner Varun Singh Bhati born 1995, Indian para high jumper Narayan Singh Bhati 1930–2004, Indian writer Vedram Bhati born 1951, Indian politici ...

Baksh

Baksh may refer to: In people: Captain Wahid Baksh Sial Rabbani, a saint in the Chishti Sabri branch order of Sufis Murad Baksh, youngest son of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan and empress Mumtaz Mahal Imam Baksh Pahalwan, wrestler and a practitioner o ...

Vere Fane

Vere Fane may refer to: Vere Fane Benett-Stanford 1840-1894 Conservative MP Shaftesbury Vere Fane, 5th Earl of Westmorland 1678–1699, Earl of Westmorland William Vere Reeve King-Fane of Fulbeck 1868–1943 OBE was a member of the Fane family, an En ...

Goomtee Tea Estate

Goomtee Tea Estate is a tea garden in the Kurseong CD block in the Kurseong subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

Lopchu Tea Estate

Lopchu Tea Estate is a tea garden in the Rangli Rangliot CD block in the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

Glenburn Tea Estate

Glenburn Tea Estate is a tea garden in the Rangli Rangliot CD block in the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

Makaibari Tea Estate

Makaibari Tea Estate is a tea garden in the Kurseong CD block in the Kurseong subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

Okayti Tea Estate

Rangdoo was the original name of this tea estate. It was planted by the British planters in the 1870s. The tea produced at Rangdoo had a distinctive taste because of the soil and agro-climatic conditions. It soon earned the reputation of being th ...

Sikkim tea

Sikkim tea is a variety of tea grown in the state of Sikkim, India. Though is not as wide-spread in use as the neighboring Darjeeling tea, it has recently gained more recognition from an the increasing demand for organic products. The tea is most ...

Jagannath Barooah

Jagannath Barooah is an Indian scholar, tea planter, philanthropist from Jorhat, Assam. He is known as the first graduate from upper Assam.

Sundaram Verma

Sundaram Verma is an Indian environmentalist. He was awarded Padma Shri, Indias fourth-highest civilian award in 2020 for developing dryland agroforestry technique which helps tree plantation in arid regions of India.

Henry Hope, 3rd Baron Rankeillour

Henry John Hope, 3rd Baron Rankeillour was a Scottish landowner, soldier, barrister, and member of the House of Lords.

Southwest Iberian Mediterranean sclerophyllous and mixed forests

The Southwest Iberian Mediterranean sclerophyllous and mixed forests is a Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub ecoregion in southwestern Europe. It occupies the southwestern Iberian Peninsula, encompassing coastal lowlands and mountains in ...

Honour Among Thieves (disambiguation)

Honour among thieves is the concept that criminals do not compromise the criminal activities of other criminals. It can also mean that even corrupt or criminal individuals can follow some form of code of honour, moral, justice, or ethics for the ...

Public prosecutors office (Germany)

The Staatsanwaltschaft, is the public prosecutors office in Germany. They are the offices of the public prosecutors which are criminal justice bodies attached to the judiciary but separate from the courts. In Germany, the police have an obligatio ...

Moccia clan

The Moccia clan is a powerful Camorra clan operating in the areas of Afragola, Casoria, Arzano, Caivano and surrounding areas. The clan is considered the oldest that is still active in the northeast area of the Metropolitan City of Naples. The cl ...

Chief executive (disambiguation)

Chief executive is an alternate form for chief executive officer, the highest-ranking corporate officers or administrators. Chief executive also may refer to: Chief Executive Officer Afghanistan, a position in the government of Afghanistan Chief ...

Chalk Two Down

Chalk Two Down is the fifth episode of the eighth season of the American television drama series Homeland, and the 89th episode overall. It premiered on Showtime on March 8, 2020.

Ben Lee (businessperson)

Ben Lee is an American entrepreneur and founder of an Inc 5000 company Rootstrap. In 2016, Lee was named one of Incs 30 under 30 Most Brilliant Young Entrepreneurs.

Ammon Covino

Ammon Covino is an American businessman and aquarium operator. Covino has been convicted of illegal harvesting and trafficking of animals for SeaQuest Interactive Aquariums and associated Covino businesses.

John Noble (disambiguation)

John Noble is an Australian actor and theatre director. John Noble may also refer to: John A. Noble 1913–1983, artist John Noble rugby union, former South African rugby union player John Noble cricketer 1845–1889, English cricketer John Noble bar ...