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“In one mode, she is the hopeful business woman bringing the business-oriented approach to government that worked so well for the Bush Administration.”
“But when there were three social psychologists or three business-oriented professors the other members occasionally endured conversations that held little interest for them.”
“Although the nonprofit's business-oriented approach to poverty alleviation has been generating buzz in the foundation world for over a decade, their success has been less known among the general public.”
“Mr. Bates helped usher in the CRS-1 router, and more recently the business-oriented tablet, the Cius.”
“T-Mobile USA may sell a more business-oriented Windows Phone 7 device later.”
“We've brought in business-oriented speakers or speakers that have published books about advertising...sometimes we try to tie it into our role," she says.”
“And both of these things are threatened by the rise of business-oriented philanthropy.”
“The AKP should be viewed as the equivalent of the Christian Democrats in Europe after the 1950s -- dynamic, business-oriented conservatives with religious roots.”
“Born in Varese north of Milan, he studied in Italy's financial capital at its business-oriented Bocconi university, and then did graduate studies in economics at Yale under a Nobel winner, the late James Tobin, another otherwise obscure economists whose name is also in the news, for his advocacy of a "Tobin" tax on foreign currency transactions.”
“Two other parties—the business-oriented Ak Zhol, which rarely challenges the government, and the People's Communist Party—just barely cleared the 7% threshold needed to win seats in parliament.”
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