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Whitehall

A road in Westminster, London, which is the main drag between Parliament Square and Trafalgar Square, the centre of HM Government and largely populated by government departments/ministries, making the term Whitehall shorthand for the central UK government. The road was named after the Palace Whitehall, a popular location for English monarchs between 1530 and 1698, when it burned down.
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Headquartered in New York City, Whitehall & Company provides M&A and corporate advisory services, capital structuring and placement.
Harrold declined to discuss any potential motive for the alleged crimes but said Whitehall was acquainted with Kelley and McFarland.
Whitehall cut his teeth at the Edinburgh Fringe, where he earned an Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination with his debut show Jack Whitehall: Learning Difficulties.
We are, of course, delighted and very honored that the Conservancy, known for its exceptional sensitivity and regard for building design and architecture, chose One Whitehall for its new home," stated Bill Rudin, president of Rudin Management Company, the operating arm of the Rudin Family holdings.
At Whitehall, the nurse and aide caring for each resident are also encouraged to attend rounds for their patients.
Hennessy cites approvingly the experience of World War II, when Whitehall successfully drafted in squads of outsiders to help run a siege economy.
Don joined Whitehall as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in November 2006 and was appointed President and Chief Operating Officer in August 2007.
All our Redeem bags contain 10% to 100% post-consumer recovered materials and are 100% in compliance with the EPA Comprehensive procurement guidelines," explained Joe Justin, CEO of WhiteHall Products.
Now, C&W will provide even more services to Whitehall and Sienna Capital and create additional service fee business.
Today most nursing home professionals know better, but at Whitehall, we've gone to extra lengths to provide an enlightened care plan.
Whitehall is financing the purchase price for this acquisition through borrowing under its revolving credit facility, which was amended to permit additional borrowings simultaneous with the closing of the asset acquisition, and will be borrowing an additional $5 million from PWJ Lending II LLC, an affiliate of Prentice Capital Management, LP, under the Company's existing Term Loan Credit Agreement which will be used to reduce its borrowings under the revolving credit facility.
Prior to joining WhiteHall, Russo served as controller for Cleanse-Tec, a Brooklyn, NY chemical company.