Rockefeller


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Rockefeller

1. John D(avison). 1839--1937, US industrialist and philanthropist
2. his son, John D(avison). 1874--1960, US capitalist and philanthropist
3. his son, Nelson (Aldrich). 1908--79, US politician; governor of New York State (1958--74); vice president (1974--76)
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"Quontic Bank will be relocating its corporate headquarters from Astoria, Queens, to 1 Rockefeller as part of its expansion and conversion to a digital bank and was focused on finding the best platform to continue growing its expanding business in Manhattan," said Chudnoff.
Powell will join Rockefeller from Ayco, a unit of Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS), where she has been serving as a senior client advisor, advising ultra-high-net-worth clients in addition to serving on several internal committees.
Joint venture partners Rockefeller Group and PCCP LLC announced the lease Tuesday.
ITEM: Typical of many obituaries for Rockefeller, the one provided by the Associated Press described him as growing up "in a famous American family that taught its children that wealth brings great responsibility.
Rockefeller died of congestive heart failure at his home in Pocantico Hills, New York.
As a young man, Rockefeller seemed to understand that remaining in New York and taking the expected "Rockefeller" path would not give him the opportunity to bring about the kind of changes he wanted to accomplish.
International performer and recording artist, Flo Rida, and New York-based Vintage Rockefeller Wine & Spirits Group, today announced a multi-year partnership for the brand to use Flo Rida's name and likeness in promotional and marketing materials for the company's Empire Rockefeller Vodka alcoholic beverage.
Richard Norton Smith, a biographer as talented as he is industrious, could not have known, when he began his labors 14 years ago, that publication of his ''On His Own Terms: A Life of Nelson Rockefeller'' would coincide with the curtain rising on a presidential campaign to which Rockefeller's story is pertinent.
Its notorious subject: Rockefeller (real name: Christian Gerhartsreiter, a German native), who was convicted last year of a 1985 murder in San Marino, Calif., and posed at various times as a USC film student, a Rockefeller heir and the brother of Cameron Crowe.
Rockefeller, born on July 8, 1839, died at the age of 97 (2 months short of 98) on May 23, 1937.