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a rhythmic dance, originating in the early 1990s, performed to ragga music
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"That so?" said Bogle, cracking open his business armour.
Jack Bogle, founder of Vanguard Investments, and Herb Kelleher, co-founder of Southwest Airlines, set their companies on a path to success through the strategies they crafted and the leadership behaviors they embraced.
The man who consigned Luton to defeat in the Championship, Isaac Vassell, was handed his first start this time round in what looked to be a pacy, dynamic pairing with Omar Bogle at the spearhead of City's the attack.
The father of Cardiff City striker Omar Bogle armed himself with a fake gun and a baseball bat as he tried to confront suspected thieves after the player's expensive training kit was stolen from his car.
THE father of Birmingham City star Omar Bogle decided to take the law into his own hands when his son had expensive training kit stolen from his car, which was parked outside his home.
LOAN star Omar Bogle has a Wembley point to prove to Neil Warnock after finally becoming a wanted man at Portsmouth.
While there are many big names in the financial services industry, few individuals command the widespread admiration enjoyed by John Clifton Bogle, known as "Jack," who founded the Vanguard Group.
"Jack" Bogle, the legendary founder of the Vanguard Group and creator of the first retail index mutual fund.
The death on January 16 of Jack Bogle, the founder of the investment company Vanguard Group, was met with a slew of flattering obituaries.
Jack Bogle, founder of the Vanguard Group, testifies before the Senate Banking Committee in Washington, DC, in this February 26, 2004, file photo.
Bogle took a complex universe of thousands of stocks and reduced it to a simple, singular entity, the index fund.
Bogle, the founder and longtime leader of The Vanguard Group investment company, was fulsomely hailed as the champion of the small investor.