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Seth Goldman (businessman)
... Seth Goldman is president and TeaEO of Honest Tea, which he co-founded in 1998 with his former business school professor, Barry Nalebuff ... Goldman grew up in Massachusetts and lives in Bethesda, Maryland ... Before launching Honest Tea, Goldman was Vice President of the Calvert Group, which created the Calvert Social Index ...
Là-bas (song) - Background, Lyrics and Music
... In 1987, Goldman had finished composing the song but had not yet found a female voice to record the duet with him ... Philippe Delettrez, Goldman's saxophonist, met Sirima who sang in a Parisian metro, and suggested that Goldman meet her ... After several takes in studio, Goldman finally decided to record the duet with her ...
Le Grand Akshan - Plot
... torpedoed and sunk carrying Jewish refugees from Axis-allied Romania to Palestine, Goldman is shocked when his grandmother reveals that his great-great-grandfat ... This once-unspoken family history leads Goldman to dig deeper and further, until he has revealed a narrative that is deeply complex, and says more about his legacy ... At the center of this narrative is Goldman’s great-grandfather, Luger’s son Grisha, a man whose tenacity earned him the professional nickname, Le ...
Goldman - Other Uses
... Goldman Band, early 20th century band Goldman Environmental Prize Goldman equation Goldman Sachs, leading investment bank, founded by Marcus Goldman Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Boston ...
Maria Gunnoe
... In 2009 Gunnoe received the Goldman Environmental Prize, which is the second time an environmentalist has been awarded a Goldman Prize for fighting coal mining ... In 2003, Julia Bonds won a Goldman for opposing the controversial practice of mountaintop removal in Appalachia ...

Famous quotes containing the word goldman:

    Poor human nature, what horrible crimes have been committed in thy name!
    —Emma Goldman (1869–1940)

    The history of progress is written in the blood of men and women who have dared to espouse an unpopular cause, as, for instance, the black man’s right to his body, or woman’s right to her soul.
    —Emma Goldman (1869–1940)

    ... woman does not see what people of intellect perceived fifty years ago: that suffrage is an evil, that it has only helped to enslave people, that it has but closed their eyes that they may not see how craftily they were made to submit.
    —Emma Goldman (1869–1940)