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Wein·berg

(vīn'bĕrg),
Michel, French pathologist, 1868-1940. See: Weinberg reaction.

Wein·berg

(vīn'bĕrg),
Wilhelm, German physician, 1862-1937. See: Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, Hardy-Weinberg law.
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"That's when we had a eureka moment," said Weinberg.
During a regularly scheduled board meeting Tuesday - the last with Cook as agency director - Weinberg's praise of Cook and other top agency officials stood in stark contrast to the statements made by Abbott, Davis and other top Republican officials.
"Trade is where the mischief can occur most easily," said Weinberg. "The president has a lot of discretion over tariffs and treaties but the reality is that Trump may not be able to do a lot." During the campaign Trump threatened 45% tariffs on Chinese imports and 35% on imports from Mexico.
Regulators are comfortable with the idea of large employers with self-insured plans, and big coverage subsidies, giving the enrollees the flexibility to pick their own coverage, Weinberg said.
In his role with Colliers International, Weinberg will continue to focus on tenant and landlord representation, supporting the brokerage team led by Tri-State Vice Chairman Andrew Roos and Tri-State President Michael T.
Weinberg tells this story in a way sure to make historians cringe.
Chairman Serge Weinberg said that the issue at hand was not Viehbacher's strategy for the company, but rather a leadership style that often clashed with others in the C-Suite and the board of directors.
Fallon, a health insurer, has teamed up with the Weinberg Campus to create Fallon Health Weinberg, which will be based in Amherst, New York, the organizations said Monday.
Weinberg, an analyst who pioneered the use of statistical analysis within the brewing industry, died in St.
Professor Gil Weinberg had earlier built a band of robotic musicians in his Georgia Tech lab.