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The Republican, former USD football player and businessman is a long-shot in the district but maybe he sees a route because of how much is unsettled in state politics right now.

Americans for Prosperity, which emphasizes fiscal conservatism, has backed Perdue, running digital ads and sending informational mailers for the businessman.

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This is especially helpful for company owners, entrepreneurs, and businessmen who want to capitalize on that trust factor with prospective customers and future clients.

Shannon was born in Gaylord, Michigan, in 1916, the son of a local businessman and a teacher.

That man was the megafamous businessman, newspaper publisher, and politician William Randolph Hearst.

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The Departed star is also a very savvy businessman, having produced hit shows like Boardwalk Empire and Entourage.

One wealthy businessman from London made arrangements to fly Dr. Grenci to visit him across the Atlantic for a session.

First, as conservative businessman Ron Unz has explained, a higher minimum wage would reduce welfare spending.

The flashy businessman who sold her implants, meanwhile, lived a life of luxury.

I assure you there isn't a single local businessman who doesn't know the name Germán Goyeneche.

Gardiner was a shrewd businessman, and not even my head clerks ever suspected my connection with the store that bore his name.

It could start as innocuously as a businessman planning a more effective advertising campaign.

She considered his advice very seriously for he was a practical businessman and yet appreciated what she was trying to do.

I know a successful businessman in Saint Louis, an owner of monopolies, on the profits of which he plays at being a Socialist.

He entered as an American businessman, a camera importer who was also interested in doing a bit of tourist sightseeing.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to businessman, such as: baron, businesswoman, capitalist, dealer, employer, and entrepreneur.

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