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Pick

Slang; a stock or other security that an analyst recommends his or her clients buy. For example, an analyst who is bullish on tech stocks may choose Google and Facebook as his picks.
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Mr Picken, of Cuthbert Road, Winson Green, was taken to Sandwell Hospital where he was certified dead.
Appoint Technologies offers an exciting challenge," said Picken.
com/) WFAA , police in Fort Worth, Texas, responded to a call of a deceased person a few miles from the campus of Texas Christian University, where Pickens IV was a junior, at mid-morning Tuesday.
Casting a long shadow in 2008, Pickens kept busy as a political power broker, philanthropist, author and hedge-fund manager.
Pickens said he's heard estimates around $70 billion, an amount he said he considers small in relation to the billions of dollars the US pays annually for imported oil.
Every television network accepted the ad, Pickens said, except NBC.
Pickens made an initial fortune through his Mesa Petroleum, which expanded through aggressive buyouts of other energy companies--including those much larger than Mesa.
He didn't always share a lot of himself with his family,'' said Pickens.
Pickens marked the anniversary by joining a large bipartisan group of Congressional leaders in the House and the Senate at the U.
Pickens' successor may find it hard to follow the man known as one of the '80s biggest corporate raiders - a moniker Pickens detests - and who helped change the landscape of American business.
Under the conversion program outlined by Pickens, MESA would finance fleet vehicle conversions to natural gas and install the necessary fueling facilities.
Owens Corning, a world leader in building materials systems and glass fiber reinforcements, American Electric Power (AEP) owner of the nation's largest electricity transmission system, the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), representing hundreds of wind energy advocates from around the world, AutoNation, the world's largest automotive retailer, selling nearly 450,000 vehicles a year and servicing 5 million customers, Genmar Holdings, Inc, the largest privately held recreational boat manufacturer in the world, and FLW Outdoors, the world's largest and most prestigious tournament fishing organization, along with a dozen other organizations, will support Pickens in the virtual march on Washington.