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Caruso

Enrico . 1873--1921, an outstanding Italian operatic tenor; one of the first to make gramophone records
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Court records state the assault charge that Caruso could have faced involved an allegation that he "unlawfully and intentionally cause(d) physical injury" to Michelson.
Through the partnership with Fosun, Caruso will be able to expand in the Chinese market, offering its brand to local consumers, on the back of the investor's competitive advantages, the company added.
He plays shifty lawyer Darren Vogel, the sort of role this ex-pat has been playing for decades, so it'll be interesting to see who chews the scenery more, him or Caruso.
In 2004, an investor group including Caruso bought ICG Communications for a song, S8.7 million, and two years later sold it to Level 3 Communications for S170 million; including other distributions, ICG yielded a two-year return of 25 times invested capital.
Caruso and his 15-year-old daughter, Sophia, witnessed the crash, as they were very nearly involved.
One terrified borrower was warned to carry on paying until Caruso told him to stop.
Caruso's biography also includes details about the many universities where he held courses in the US.
RLP chief executive Michael Eakin said: "Caruso St John has a track record of producing world-class designs which complement and enhance iconic buildings like the Philharmonic.
7 November 2011 -- Moody's has put on downgrade review the Ba3 global local-currency and Aa2.ar national-scale insurance financial strength (IFS) ratings of Caruso Compania Argentina de Seguros, which focuses on group life insurance.
Lodi, New Jersey, Police Chief Vincent Caruso ordered an officer to ticket his wife after she double parked while dropping off their 5-year-old son at school.
Chief Financial Officer Dominic Caruso indicated that J&J sees other attractive technologies in the cardiac device market, and could enter those sectors either through the acquisition of another company or by organically developing products.
A century earlier Caruso's contemporary Giovanni Martinelli shared that view.