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“According to registry records, Dar was founded in 2006 by Levit, which is majority owned by Leonid Mikhelson, chairman of Russia's second-largest gas producer, Novatek.”
“The guy pictured is Roman Levit, the former campaign manager and Chief of Staff to Rep. John Barrow of Georgia.”
“On April 14, 2011, Kaiser, Knowles and Levit met with Rouse and Dan Utech, an energy special assistant in the White House.”
“White House visitor logs show that Kaiser, Levit and Knowles met on Dec. 15, 2009, with Diana Farrell of the National Economic Council.”
“On June 25, 2010, Kaiser, Knowles, Levit and Brad Carson, director of NEPI and a two-term Democratic Congressman from Tulsa, met with White House counsel Peter Rouse, according to Knowles, and Heather Zichal, deputy assistant to the President for energy and climate change.”
“Alexandra Levit: A career blog by author and journalist Levit that regularly dispenses wisdom on all things work.”
“Tournament occupations include entertainment sports and evidently according to Levit et al. drug selling.”
“Bill Erickson Scientists Will Marshall, left, of USRA and Creon Levit of NASA present a prototype of a small satellite at BIL 2010 in Long Beach, Calif.”
“It seems that while I was pondering the Roundtable survey, they were partnering with Levit and the HR Policy Association to create a free, all-online training program for college students.”
“And then I got an email from fellow career author Alexandra Levit about a new program that launched Monday called JobSTART 101.”
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