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Vice President

A senior manager in a corporation. While the duties of a vice president vary from company to company, the title often refers to the head of a department. For example, a company might have a vice president of operations, a vice president of human resources, and so forth. A vice president reports directly the president or CEO of a company.
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Before that, the vice presidency was awarded to the presidential candidate who came in second.
Tran, the vice president for the past year, was nominated for the vice presidency again
Biden doesn't expect to run for president after leaving the vice presidency, according to a transition source who was not authorized to speak on the record.
Although the press is transfixed by the electoral impact of the running mate, the media neglects the transformation of the vice presidency into a pivotal new force in the Executive Office of the President and the executive branch more generally.
Whatever one may think of Al Gore and Dick Cheney both have, albeit in very different ways, redefined the vice presidency.
Dick Cheney leaves the vice presidency an office transformed, of course.
So if the vice presidency is not part of the executive branch, and it's not a part of the legislative branch, where does it fit?
Ghana will hold the presidency and Burkina Faso the vice presidency.
In the same television show where he discussed the AIG case, Spitzer said he was "very close" to Hillary Clinton and didn't rule out a run for the vice presidency or presidency of the United States.
The Republicans also saw a reasonably close fight between Dwight Eisenhower and Robert Taft in 1952, and the Democrats had another for the vice presidency between Henry Wallace and Harry Truman in 1944.
Jorge Camargo, the former head of international operations at Petrobras, will take on the vice presidency for the development of new business at Statoil, reported Reuters.
To be historically accurate, Spiro Agnew did not resign the vice presidency because of Watergate, but because of his activities as governor of Maryland.

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