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power lunch

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(Commerce) a high-powered business meeting conducted over lunch
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With just a bassist, drummer and miniDisc player doing the easy stuff, Har Mar owned the stage during songs such as Brothers and Sisters, Power Lunch and H.A.R.M.A.R.
Where once a power lunch would be held in a smoky wine bar, it is now held in the best tea rooms in town.
After dispensing with all of his party and power lunch anecdotes--and there are many--Goldberg offers two solutions to reverse the Dems' decline.
Meanwhile, Larry Moscow, a former CNBC producer who helped create "Squawk Box" and "Power Lunch," produces PBS'S new "Wall Street Week With Fortune." The program is co-hosted by Fortune's editorial director, Geoff Colvin, 49, and Karen Gibbs, also 49, a journalist who worked at CNBC as well as Fox News.
A "Power Lunch" is also set for the meeting and offers an opportunity for chapter officers to ask questions and exchange ideas with state officers on where members can network with other members.
(See "Power Lunch," page 28.) Commercial activity has long been the center of economists' attention, with nature left outside most calculations.
In 1999, the San Francisco Chapter instituted "Power Lunch; Business One-on-One," the program pairs an upper-class college accounting student with a CPA.
Halle was handed the role last week, but had to fly to London days later for a power lunch to discuss the character.
While this story may have upset your morning coffee and muffin, or disturbed your power lunch, what flashed in your mind when you read the first sentence?
The event followed CNBC's live interview of Hooper on Power Lunch which took place July 20.
Similarly, O'Neill's airy power lunch was punctuated by a protest rally organized by the AFL-CIO, the Institute for America's Future, the New York Statewide Senior Action Council, the 2030 Center (for young people) and other groups.
Whoever said the days of the "power lunch" were behind us?