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Also on the list of most influential were: conservative William Bennett, digital entrepreneur Jim Clark, human-potential guru Stephen Covey, psychologist Carol Gilligan, management consultant Michael Hammer, fashion designer Calvin Klein, Nike head Phil Knight, television executive Geraldine Laybourne, jazz musician Wynton Marsalis, political consultant Dick Morris, novelist Toni Morrison, Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, film guru Robert Redford, hospital company executive Richard Scott, Microsoft's head of new media Patty Stonesifer, biologist E.
and Jim Clark will receive Lifetime Career Achievement honors at the 55th Annual ACE Eddie Awards.
SCOTS racer Gordon Shedden is hoping that winning this year's Jim Clark Award will provide a springboard back into the British Touring Car Championship.
MOTOR racing lost one of its greats on this day in 1968 when world champion Jim Clark was killed in a crash at Hockenheim in Germany.
95) by Illinois cyclist and accountant Jim Clark is a valuable primer for anyone planning an off-road adventure to one of America's treasured landscapes.
stated, "We would like to thank Tom Foggo, Ken Greenhalgh, and Jim Clark for their guidance and inputs over the past few years.
THE development of the next stage of the Jim Clark Musuem is going ahead.
OB) today announced that Jim Clark and Associates, the nation's foremost retirement planning firm, has certified SmartVideo as the vehicle to deliver training to its associates throughout the U.
THE new edition of Eric Dymock's book, simply called Jim Clark, celebrating the life and achievements of the racer, is now on sale.
I was lucky enough to be at Brands Hatch for the start of the British Touring Car Championship a couple of weeks ago and got to drive on the famous GP loop driven by Jim Clark.
Charles Sigismund, is author of "Champions of Silicon Valley: Visionary Thinking from Today's Technology Pioneers", a book built around dialogues with former Cadence CEO Joe Costello, Jim Clark of Netscape, Gordon Moore of Intel and Art Levinson of Genentech.