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At the end of the day the movers and shakers go home to Bel Air or Palos Verdes, but it's the burghers who stay in the city and endure it.
The inclusion in this list of Movers and Shakers, a group of outstanding pharma marketing leaders, is humbling and much appreciated.
3) Glenn Whipp: ``If Hollywood's movers and shakers cared about originality as much as the profit margin, they'd realize that `The Blair Witch Project' is a one-shot phenomenon, impossible to duplicate.
The city invited nearly 100 movers and shakers to pitch the advantages of locating in the city's mall and setting up corporate shop at one of California's largest industrial complexes.
The company was ranked #1 in Fast Casual magazine's "2005 Top 100 Movers and Shakers.
This fast casual news source is visited by almost 40,000 restaurant industry professionals, with its annual Movers and Shakers rankings have taken place since 2005.
Afriat is among at least a half-dozen movers and shakers in Los Angeles who serve dual roles as political adviser to council members and lobbyists seeking to influence the people they helped elect.
We are committed to helping retail brokerages organically grow revenues by increasing advisor effectiveness and this is a great forum to discuss our unique Actionable Analytics(TM) capabilities with the movers and shakers in the industry.
Kennedy, president of Tellabs North America, was named one of the top ten movers and shakers by Light Reading, an online news agency for the telecommunications industry.
He was the Sierra Club's youngest director at 21, and two years later its youngest president, at ease among the nation's movers and shakers.
BOSTON -- Movers and Shakers 2006 packed with insights from industry CEOs and vendors, global forecasts, and market leader rankings
Movers and Shakers are eligible for the following discounts from MCI: