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fortune

a power or force, often personalized, regarded as being responsible for human affairs; chance
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Hindy told Fortune that the new deal will help Brooklyn crack the insular Japanese beer market.
That is going to change, president and CEO Rosalind Brewer told Fortune magazine recently.
Really effective applications are not trivial to design--they take time to explore and to validate," she told Fortune magazine, adding that the NIMH is focused on basic research, not apps, and big healthcare companies aren't developing them either.
In interviews--which have become somewhat more rare in recent years, although Murdoch has been active and characteristically outspoken on Twitter--the mogul has professed to have a "thick skin" when it comes to criticism, but told Fortune, "I've never read a book about myself.
He told Fortune Magazine that he would leave his fortune to philanthropic causes but not before paying for his 10-year-old nephew's college education.
Cook told Fortune that he has been donating money discreetly, but intends to adopt a more systematic approach.
CEO Brian Cornell told Fortune magazine that the national chain will take 125,000 s/f of space, occupying the entire second floor of City Point's 675,000 s/f retail center.
Rupe told Fortune magazine: "Well, my mother just died at 103, so that's a start.
Murdoch, 83, told Fortune magazine: "I was in Australia.
Our family has come to the conclusion that there is no other single area of activity that would have the breadth of impact that improving K-through-12 education in America would have," John Walton told Fortune in 2004.
Debt ceiling brinkmanship) ought to be banned as a weapon," he told Fortune Magazine.