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As the Eagles' 1975 hit "Take it to the Limit" played in the background, snapshots of Dave Hauser, the late president of the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce, filled a screen at the Hult Center's Silva Concert Hall in Eugene on Friday.
Hauser was already 59, but followed it up 14 years later with another publication almost as substantial, Mannerism: The Crisis of the Renaissance and the Origin of Modern Art.
Hauser will join the national Real Estate Practice Group of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP as a consultant in the Firm's Washington, DC office.
The 2015 Fellows Selection Committee has officially recognized Hauser for her highly prolific spirit of innovation in creating or facilitating outstanding inventions that have made a tangible impact on quality of life, economic development and the welfare of society.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 16, 2015-OGE Energy hires David Hauser to board
The Bank of England on Friday reported that it has appointed Andrew Hauser as executive director for Banking, Payments and Financial Resilience (BPFR).
Hauser oversee patient safety, quality improvement, risk management, regulatory compliance/accreditation, process improvement, infection prevention, physician advisor and medical staff office.
In 2010, the technology entrepreneur Hermann Hauser was commissioned by the government of the day to report on how Britain could be more competitive internationally.
MANHATTAN Transfer founder and singer Tim Hauser has died of a heart attack at the age of 72.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Tim Hauser, the founder and singer of the Grammy-winning vocal troupe The Manhattan Transfer, died Thursday from cardiac arrest, band representative JoAnn Geffen said Friday.
When the novelist began purchasing exotic financial products, Neuburger asked his nephew Lionel Hauser, who was almost the same age as Proust, to take charge of his friend's portfolio.
In 1977 the firm merged its operations with Hauser Art Glass Company, established in Winona, Minnesota, in 1946, which led to the formation of Willet-Hauser Architectural Glass.