risk taker


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Noun1.risk taker - someone who risks loss or injury in the hope of gain or excitementrisk taker - someone who risks loss or injury in the hope of gain or excitement
adventurer, venturer - a person who enjoys taking risks
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For decades, maybe longer, the notion that the CEO must be an entrepreneurial risk taker has been treated as a given fact--and not just a risk taker, but a big "bold" risk taker at that.
Keeling said: "We bought Risk Taker out of Barry Hills's yard at the end of the 2003 Flat season.
He wasn't exactly dishonest, just a risk taker, and maybe all would have been well had he lived.
Kathy Corriveau, 13-year general manager of Wendy's in Timmins, sees Torchia as a risk taker because he is branching out to different types of businesses.
Anthony Malkin, the man who has steered Wien & Malkin in a new direction in the past decade, doesn't see himself as much of a risk taker where real estate is concerned.
He was a risk taker, a planner and a problem solver.
Hills can take the feature Victor Chandler Chester Vase for the third time in five years with Risk Taker.
Barry Hills will attempt to add to his impressive recent record in the Victor Chandler Chester Vase with Risk Taker on the Roodee on Tuesday.
He has Mars in Leo, too, a placement that suits boxers and racing drivers as well as theatrical directors, so he's a natural leader and a bit of a risk taker, but always on his own terms.
Because if you're not a risk taker, you're not going to be around to even be allowed to take risks.