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Burnett

Frances Hodgson . 1849--1924, US novelist, born in England; author of Little Lord Fauntleroy (1886) and The Secret Garden (1911)
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Burnett courted Trump for the role that vaulted the media-savvy billionaire onto the national stage--as the star of NBC's reality-competition series "The Apprentice"--by emphasizing the inspiration he had drawn from the 1987 book "Trump: The Art of the Deal.
Kimmel put Burnett in the crosshairs Sunday when joking that, since Burnett more or less oversaw Trump's rise to fame on NBC's reality TV series "The Apprentice," that he is responsible for Trump's presidential bid.
Previously, Burnett was a partner at KPMG LLP, where he spent 12 years in the oil and gas industry, as well as part of Arthur Andersen LLP at the start of his career.
Leo Burnett arrived in Pakistan way back in 1994 and appointed Manhattan Communications Ltd.
When he confronted the intruder, Burnett became aggressive - but kickboxing enthusiast Cristian was able to use his training to subdue him.
The Holler team will work as an integrated team partnering with brand teams in Leo Burnett and Publicis (group).
Leo Burnett had previously held the account from 2006 to 2009, it said.
I know him,''' Burnett told The Associated Press before receiving the award.
Host John Barrow asked him to leave his home but as he escorted him out, Burnett landed a heavy, unexpected punch.
Burnett, 81, is of course best known for "The Carol Burnett Show," which ran on CBS from 1967 to 1978 and won 25 Emmy awards.
IBM today announced that Leo Burnett Worldwide is using its workforce talent management software to analyze people surveys, strengthen its global workforce, drive revenue and increase retention.
Global Banking News-April 2, 2013--Standard Chartered hires Burnett from UBS(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.