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Fink

(fink),
R.P., 20th-century U.S. anatomist. See: Fink-Heimer stain.
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In the letter, Fink calls for a new model for corporate governance beyond casting proxy votes at annual meetings.
After devoting four decades to Kelly's, Fink retired Oct.
Fink leads Western Digitals technology innovation agenda as the company continues its transformation into the worlds leading provider of solutions to capture, preserve, access and transform data.
Fink captioned the photo by saying that she loves his wife, and they will together through "thick and thin.
Western Digital Corp (Nasdaq: WDC), a provider of storage technologies and solutions, announced on Monday that it has appointed Martin Fink to the position of chief technology officer (CTO).
Fink, in a four-page letter to the CEOs of companies in which BlackRock has invested its clients' $4.
In a series of televised announcements, Fink is being honored for her weekly work at the NYU Hospital benefiting the charity of Portable Playhouse.
Fink died from complications of a stroke on June 4, 2014, several weeks shy of his 81st birthday.
Fink predicted the Federal Reserve will raise its benchmark rate in September.
Lord Fink claimed: "The expression tax avoidance is so wide that everyone does tax avoidance at some level.
Ex-Bayern Munich player Thorsten Fink was chosen ahead of Jose Morais who served as Mourinio's assistant at a number of clubs (Inter, Real, Chelsea), and Dutchman Mario Been who managed a host of Dutch sides including Genk and Feyenord.