A few days later, Tribune Publisher Goldmark
called a staff meeting.
BRANDEIS & JOSEPHINE GOLDMARK
, WOMEN IN INDUSTRY 113 (Arno Press 1969) (1908); 16 LANDMARK BRIEFS AND ARGUMENTS OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 63-178 (Philip B.
Very seldom in the Sonata does Goldmark
stray from a serene and, yes, even impressionistic, mood.
Overseas, at the International Herald Tribune in Paris, Peter Goldmark
has become chairman and chief executive officer, and Richard Wooldridge has been named president and chief operating officer.
relied upon science in Fatigue and Efficiency to argue for protective labour legislation, but her fighting "fire with fire" still generated melodrama.
This year's Rock Bottom Remainders lineup features best selling authors: Dave Barry on lead guitar; Amy Tan on vocals; Mitch Albom on keyboards; Scott Turow on vocals; Greg Iles on lead guitar; Kathi Kamen Goldmark
on vocals; James McBride on saxophone; Ridley Pearson on bass; Roy Blount Jr.
of CBS Labs was fed up with the frequent record disc flips and swaps required to play a symphony in the then-current 78 rpm format, which held only three to five minutes per side.
This has made the emergence of Goldmark
even more valuable to the select band of potters whom they show.
Angela Jallo, NALP, CAM Goldmark
Property Moorhead, Minn.
The top-priced filly was a Peacock Ridge-consigned Sky Mesa half-sister to Grade 3 winner The Judge Sez Who, who was purchased by Todd Quast, acting on behalf of Goldmark
Edited by Daniel Goldmark
, Lawrence Kramer, and Richard Leppert.
Halstead also took over the 25-agent Ross firm, Prudential Douglas Elliman scooped up Goldmark
Realty in Queens "and Brown Harris Stevens swallowed the residential arm of the well-established William B.