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Sper´ling


n.1.(Zool.) A smelt; a sparling.
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United States Steel Corporation, a United States-based integrated steel producer, has named Honorable Gene B Sperling as its director.
com) has announced a definitive agreement under which it would acquire Sperling & Barraco of Asheville, North Carolina.
We've got to repeal Obamacare; that's one of the first things we'll do," under a Trump administration, Stephen Moore, Donald Trump's economic advisor said Wednesday during a raucous debate in Washington with Hillary Clinton's economic advisor, Gene Sperling.
NetApp, Inc announced today that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Maria Olson, vice president, Global and Strategic Alliances; Betsey Pashayan, director, Global Partner Marketing; and Debra Sperling, director, National Partners of NetApp to its prestigious 2016 Women of the Channel list.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 18, 2015-CIT names Ed Sperling as corporate controller
Simon Sperling has been appointed as the new executive chef by the Salalah Rotana Resort.
Much has been written about his corruption and creation of a KGB-Mafia-run state, but Valerie Sperling, a political science professor at Clark University, takes a different tack.
ORLANDO - Marilyn Sperling, CEO of the $1 billion Greylock Federal Credit Union, told attendees at the 2015 NACUSO Conference that building strong relationships across all parts of the mortgage loan process is key to increasing market share of purchase money mortgages.
In this text, Sperling provides academics and postgraduate students, as well as practitioners and specialists in security, foreign policy, and governance with a comprehensive overview of the evolution of security governance.
In a statement issued Friday, National Economic Council Director Gene Sperling said allowing the benefits to expire "defies economic sense".
to use the threat of default as the main tactic in extracting policy," National Economic Council Director Gene Sperling told reporters.
Looking only at his credentials, Gene Sperling might appear to be the administration's internal check on economic policy: its conscience and critic, the killjoy whose job it is to deliver hard truths when no one else will.