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Forbes

(fōrbz),
Gilbert B., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Forbes disease.

Forbes

(fōrbz),
A.P., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Forbes-Albright syndrome.
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drew 350 people who paid $3200 each to hear Gilder and others--such as Steve Forbes and his brother Tim Forbes, the CEO of Forbes, and Forbes magazine publisher Rich Karligaard--on the future of telecommunications.
The editorial content of Forbes magazine during the Steve Forbes campaign, in short, reflected longstanding editorial positions in favor of growth, free markets, a sound dollar, and an internationalist foreign policy.
Per Stan Hasselbusch, President and CEO, "We are honored to be selected for this year's Forbes Magazine Best Small Companies in America list.
Randall Lane, the new editor of Forbes magazine, said: "It's rare in life that you get a chance to go home again.
Publication in Forbes Magazine of the personal opinions of our Editor-in-Chief, Steve Forbes, is protected speech under the First Amendment.
Forbes Media encompasses Forbes magazine and other media properties, including Forbes.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank our employees, our customers and Forbes Magazine for this honor.
Steve Forbes, President and CEO, Forbes; Editor-in-Chief, Forbes magazine, said, "Those in the global business community will be impressed by what they hear at this conference and by what they see in the region, one of the most dynamic emerging markets in today's business world.
IMR" or the "Company") (Nasdaq: IMRS), a leading global provider of IT services, announced that it has been included by Forbes Magazine on their prestigious, annual list of the "200 Best Small Companies in America.
Forbes magazine, which tracks the fortunes of super rich, estimates Murdoch's wealth at $3.
We are very pleased to be recognized by Forbes magazine as one of America's 25 fastest-growing technology companies.
In a signal underscoring Southern California's improving economic image, Forbes magazine set its annual CEO Forum for UCLA in June and announced a special Los Angeles section for its Sept.