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Weill

Kurt . 1900--50, German composer, in the US from 1935. He wrote the music for Brecht's The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny (1927) and The Threepenny Opera (1928)
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Veich will also be a principal adviser to the Weill Cornell Medicine Board of Overseers and its chairman, Jessica Bibliowicz.
The three-year collaboration will draw on Weill Cornell Medicine's Department of Genetic Medicine's unique understanding of chronic airway diseases and experience in the investigation of new therapeutic concepts for airway repair, alongside Boehringer Ingelheim's expertise in the discovery and development of novel therapies for respiratory diseases.
Thesp Louis Garrel, whose directorial debut "Two Friends" opened at Cannes' Critics Week, and Berenice Bejo, "The Artist" star who just completed shooting Brady Corbet's "The Childhood of a Leader," have been with Weill since his start as an agent.
Weill says, "I think it is rare to have an opportunity to be involved with people who have an exemplary record in what is necessary to run a successful insurance company.
A year after he called for the break-up of the investment banking and commercial banking operations, Weill contradicted himself and said that if regulations prevent investment banking from operating in a constructive way within big banks, then they should decide on their own to 'split if they figure that's the best way that they can provide their services.
Weill spent part of his career in Europe where, together with Benoit Brecht, he wrote the famous Dreigroschenoper and Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny.
In 2013, thanks to generous funding from AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation's Connections for Cardiovascular Health program, Weill Cornell's Heart-to-Heart Community Outreach Campaign will reach a greater number of New Yorkers in underserved and underrepresented communities," said Julianne Imperato-McGinley, MD, Associate Dean of Translational Research & Education at Weill Cornell Medical College and program director of its Clinical and Translational Science Center.
From that base, Weill then expanded Commercial Credit through acquisitions of Gulf Insurance, then financial services company Primerica, which owned Smith Barney as well as Williams Insurance.
And Citigroup, where Weill remained chairman until 2006, was at the centre of the mortgage excesses.
Weill suggested that banks separate completely from investment banks and operate with leverage of 12 to 15 times their balance sheet, while maintaining transparency about their financials.
Mr Weill previously said he planned to donate the proceeds of the sale to charity.
Weill was a German composer whose name (which is pronounced "vile") is not well known to most Americans, but should be: He wrote such pop hits as "Mack the Knife" and "Alabama Song," a piece perhaps better known by its refrain, "Show me the way to the next whiskey bar.