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Citi shares gained about 40% during his tenure, compared with 138% for JPMorgan and 171% for Bank of America.
There were times … Look, I’ve looked back on my tenure, Carlos.
Melissa Maddox-Evans, who in October became the executive director for the housing authority, declined to comment specifically on issues before her tenure, but she said the court cases are a necessary step.
During her tenure leading the label, Dlugacz produced 40 albums and sold more than a million records.
When he took over eight years ago, it was far from clear that the paper would emerge from his tenure as a modern digital operation that was still family-controlled.
Combining our experiences, we’ve built a team that similarly reflects the marriage of deep health care services and operations tenure with some of the brightest technology, logistics, and member experience minds.
Over his tenure, Wicall took Coyote on hundreds of trips to the children’s hospital in San Antonio.
I’m talking about tying tenure decisions, grant money, and the like to people who have given us credible research that replicates.
The disturbed condition of their tenure would tend to drive some of the settlers into fresh migration.
It ought, moreover, to possess great firmness, and consequently ought to hold its authority by a tenure of considerable duration.
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