Weinberger is a Germanic surname, which may refer to:

  • Eliot Weinberger (born 1949), American writer, editor, and translator
  • Caspar Weinberger (1917–2006), American politician and Secretary of Defense under President Ronald Reagan
  • Caspar Weinberger Jr. (born 1947), American writer, son of above
  • Charles Weinberger (1861–1939), Austrian composer
  • David Weinberger, technologist and commentator
  • David B. Weinberger, mathematician and investor
  • Jaromír Weinberger, Czech composer
  • Peter J. Weinberger, a computer scientist
  • Shmuel Weinberger (born 1963), mathematician
    • Weinberger Doctrine

Other articles related to "weinberger":

Lawrence Walsh - Independent Counsel
... and one count of obstruction of justice against former defense secretary Caspar Weinberger in June 1992, though much of the indictment was dismissed ... Walsh re-indicted Weinberger on one count of "false statements." The indictment conflicted with longstanding Justice Department policy of not bringing an ... Weinberger's subsequent pardon by President George Bush in December 1992 preempted any trial ...
Eliot Weinberger - Life and Work
... Born in New York, Weinberger's books of literary writings include Works on Paper, Outside Stories, Written Reaction, Karmic Traces, The Stars, Muhammad, the ... study of Chinese poetry translation, 19 Ways of Looking at Wang Wei, Weinberger is the editor of Unlock by the exiled poet Bei Dao, and of The New Directions Anthology of Classical Chinese Poetry ... In 1992, Weinberger was the first recipient of the PEN/Kolovakos Award for his promotion of Hispanic literature in the U.S ...
Ed. Weinberger
... “Ed.” Weinberger is an American screenwriter and television producer ... Weinberger began his TV career after he dropped out of Columbia University, writing for such stand-up comedians as Dick Gregory, Richard Pryor and Bill Cosby ... Weinberger, along with James L ...
Caspar Weinberger - Secretary of Defense
... Although not widely experienced in defense matters, Weinberger had a reputation in Washington as an able administrator his powers as a cost cutter earned him the sobriquet ... Belying his nickname, at the Pentagon Weinberger became a vigorous advocate of Reagan's plan to increase the Department of Defense budget ... In his early years at the Pentagon, Cap Weinberger was known as "Cap the Ladle" for advocating large increases in defense spending ...