Streiff

Streiff

(strīf),
Enrico Bernard, Swiss ophthalmologist, *1908. See: Hallermann-Streiff syndrome, Hallermann-Streiff-François syndrome.
References in periodicals archive ?
The outlook for 2009 is terrible," Mr Streiff said.
And Airbus chief executive Christian Streiff resigned last night causing them fresh uncertainty.
Mr Streiff had been trying to push through reforms after major delays in the production of the Airbus A380 superjumbo.
The move was the first major appointment by new Airbus chief executive Christian Streiff who was brought in to replace Gustav Humbert after A380 production was hit by delays.
Streiff AG formed the basis for the establishment of Inauen-Schaetti AG by Arno and Bruno Inauen together with Albert Schaetti in 1997.
We always strive to focus on the customer and their application," said Sven Streiff, managing director at Setron.
Christian Streiff, chief executive of PSA Peugeot Citroen, for one, believes that if the crisis lasts into next year or beyond the structure of the industry could change.
REPORTS from Europe last night said the two chief executives of EADS (European Aeronautic Defence and Space Co) have agreed to accept the resignation of Airbus chief executive officer (CEO) Christian Streiff.
Adding to speculation that the recently installed Streiff might be leaving was a French media report on Friday which linked the Airbus boss with a move to automaker PSA Peugeot Citroen.
Airbus's new chief executive Christian Streiff said, 'This air show clearly demonstrates the confidence our customers are placing in Airbus to deliver the product they need.
HOUSTON -- Hagen, Streiff, Newton & Oshiro (HSNO), an internationally recognized leader in forensic accounting and electronic data services, today announced they have launched a financial sector crisis support service.
The company was founded by nationally recognized real estate investment executives Jeff Hanson, Danny Prosky and Mathieu Streiff, who have completed in excess of $15 billion in aggregate acquisition and disposition transactions during their careers, approximately $5.