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Synonyms for Carnegie

United States educator famous for writing a book about how to win friends and influence people (1888-1955)

United States industrialist and philanthropist who endowed education and public libraries and research trusts (1835-1919)

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A team comprised of managing principal James Scanlon, associate Todd Elfand and managing director Kevin Carton was selected by the building's owner, Carnegie Investors, LLC, an affiliate of BPG Properties, Ltd.
The US-CERT will begin as a partnership between the National Cyber Security Division (NCSD) within DHS and Carnegie Mellon's CERT/CC.
As his empire grew, Carnegie asked himself what should be done with the enormous wealth he and others were accumulating.
A performance-based, long-term incentive programme is an important component to achieve maximum performance and shareholder value, says Christer Zetterberg, chairman of the Board of Carnegie.
Boston Properties is currently marketing approximately 1,000,000 sf of build-to-suit office space on the western side of Route 1, directly across from Carnegie Center East.
Carnegie & Co AB (STO:CAR), held in Stockholm today, adopted a resolution to authorise the Board to decide upon a new share issue to be directed to the shareholders in Max Matthiessen maximised to 6,071,427 shares in Carnegie, equating to SEK 856 million (based on the share price 10 January 2007).
a leading fashion footwear company, has leased approximately 4,000 square feet of space at Carnegie Hall Tower, the dramatic 60-storey landmark office building designed by Cesar Pelli and developed by Rockrose Development Corp.
We are very excited to welcome Michael Johnson as President of our new Higher Education Division," said Dennis Ciccone, Chief Executive Officer of Carnegie Learning, Inc.
Michael Johnson, former President of Thomson Corporation's (NYSE:TOC) Science and Mathematics Division, will join Carnegie Learning to lead development and sales of math curricula for the post-secondary market.
As globalization, outsourcing, and world-flattening advances in technology continue to rock the discipline of software engineering, Carnegie Mellon West today announced its Master of Science (MS) program in Software Management.
On 12 January Carnegie announced the acquisition of Max Matthiessen, to be financed through a share issue of a maximum of 6,071,427 shares in Carnegie, corresponding to a transaction value of SEK 856 million based on the share price as of 10 January 2007.
Telelogic and Carnegie Mellon Partnership Addresses Growing Global Demand for Qualified Enterprise Architects
The program combines Carnegie Learning's Bridge to Algebra instructional courseware, the same Carnegie Learning software instruction the students receive in the classroom, with content-coaching for teachers provided by UAS math and education faculty.
Current Round of Financing for the Vertical Push on The Tower at Carnegie Abbey Will Complete a New Era of Luxury Living on Aquidneck Island