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Forbes

George William. 1869--1947, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1930--35)
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In 1946, back from World War II, Malcolm Forbes launched his first newsletter venture for Forbes Publishing, The Forbes Investor, a weekly.
Like most large-cap money managers, Peggy Woodford Forbes, founder and chairwoman of Woodford Capital Management in Los Altos, California, believes in buying companies with growing earnings and growing revenues.
In A New Birth of Freedom, the reader will find some of that, but candidate for the Republican presidential nomination and publisher Steve Forbes also provide some real meat in this readable statement of princples.
A group of high school journalists who interviewed Republican presidential candidate Steve Forbes on Friday said they admired his pioneering spirit but think his views are too extreme and out of touch with mainstream America.
The Federal Election Commission has filed suit against Steve Forbes and Forbes Inc.
Fifteen years ago, Farhad Forbes packed his bags in California's Silicon Valley and returned to India to help run his family's business.
Over the last two and a half years, Forbes has redoubled its efforts to drive digital innovation - and the efforts are bearing fruit.
Prestigious Forbes magazine has entered the newsletter and conference business in a big way in a partnership arrangement with the Gilder Technology Group, which operates its editorial office in the solitude of the Berkshires in western Massachusetts.
Two years before the presidential primaries of 2000, Forbes has been outpacing his rivals with an impressive schedule of speeches, television appearances, and radio ads.
Back then, the publisher of Forbes magazine was the sole Reaganite in the mixed up Republican political arena, where Pat Buchanan denounces businessmen and free trade and Bob Dole compromises with President Clinton.