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“How do many of us do it, fellow "near sighted cannoneers," a term Krim took from cosmic Walt Whitman to describe the newspapers' and reporters' mid-century identity forged in that time's new media, taking aim, as it were, living up to a "majestic ideal" in truth-telling?”
“There are a lot of positives that came out of Mr. Sarkozy's speech," said Tariq Krim, a French entrepreneur who founded Netvibes and is now CEO of Jolicloud.”
“I liked its handful of primers — telling you the difference between Black Krim and Cherokee Purple tomatoes, for instance — and advice on how to select less-common ingredients, from ramps to lobster mushrooms.”
“Befriending many writers along the way, Ricker knew Seymour Krim and became his literary executor in 1990, after the beat essayist's death.”
“The new developments provided a good reason to catch up with Freddy Mini, who took over as chief executive from founder Tariq Krim in June 2008.”
“We spoke with Kevin Krim, the global head of digital for Bloomberg, about the redesign and the value of rich media integrated into the site.”
“Earlier this year, we spoke with Kevin Krim, Bloomberg's global head of digital, about the redesign of the big business site and its increasingly multimedia format.”
“Bitching and moaning about the immensity of the newspaper of record, the way its cornucopia of offerings chewed into his writerly workday, the essayist Seymour Krim who died in 1989 used to say, the New York Times made me.”
“Krim says that Bloomberg is "not restricted in its business model" from streaming its programming.”
“With a Masters in U.S. Economic History, a Masters in Business Administration, and a Ph.D. in Sociology, Krim has headed up several not-for-profits.”
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