Ochs


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United States newspaper publisher (1858-1935)

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He aimed to make it not only a financial success but "a model American newspaper for fairness, cleanliness, independence, and enterprise." Ochs was also determined to keep the Times from either appearing as or being a Jewish newspaper and to this end, he took such measures, whenever possible, as hiding writers' Jewish names behind initials.
We want to stand out in this area, so the more we can get people to participate, the more we can spread the mission that the Rochester region is known for the quality of our processes and the continuous improvement that we strive to achieve," Ochs said.
Ochs was among many on the left of American politics who were enthusiastic about the candidacy of senator Eugene McCarthy, but began to contemplate switching their allegiance once Bobby Kennedy entered the fray.
Cushnie and Ochs, who have been described as "queens of body-con" throughout their careers, decided it was a perfect time to pay tribute to their muse.
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, 66, who took over as publisher in 1992, will remain as chairman of the board of directors of the company, the Times said.
Ochs submitted fraudulent documents to FEMA indicating that the insurance provider had denied his mother's claim.
(http://www.allmusic.com/artist/phil-ochs-mn0000333634/biography) Ochs recorded "Time Was" in 1962, when he was just 22 years old.
Among them is a singer, whose aria is cut short by Ochs' wrangling with a lawyer over Sophie's dowry.
Henry Waddington sings beautifully and moves delicately as the preposterous Ochs. There are funny moments and moments of quiet tenderness, as when the stately Marschallin laments the ageing process at the end of act one.
Ochs may have faded during the second-half against England but his opening 45 minute performance could warrant a look at him for the future.
The former employee, Nichole Ochs, asserts in a lawsuit filed in June in U.S.
This brilliant solo acoustic 1973 performance in Michigan is confirmation of Ochs' genius.
"Part of the reason they wanted to partner with HD has to do with unlocking the value of their 5.5 million customers who do tax returns with TaxACT each year," said HD Vest President and CEO Roger Ochs in an interview with ThinkAdvisor.
The partnership will feature curated collections from luxury fashion brands that represent the hit drama's glamorous aesthetic, including fine jewelry fromAlexis Bittar, women's ready-to-wear from Cushnie et Ochs, men's and women's footwear fromJimmy Choo,and handbags and accessories from MCM.