- n. management A manager with overall responsibility for an organisation or a distinct unit of an organisation.
- n. the highest ranking manager
“Ahmad had marketing experience and was serving as general manager for Kibo Industries in Tanzania.”
“Every business down here has probably taken a three-month hit," said Adam Hesley, general manager of the Cadillac Ranch nightspot.”
“Discussions with the general manager of one prospective industrial customer JEDB indicated a sales potential of 30,000 tons of charcoal annually as a substitute for fuel oil and perhaps firewood.”
“On several occasions Brava sought an appointment with David G. Kendall, the general manager of Turrialba, to express his aims and objectives but was denied a meeting.”
“At the end of February 1982, Dionisio González, general manager of Electrohogar, S.A., was asking himself what would be the impact on the finances of his firm of the series of events which had recently unfolded in the Mexican economy.”
“An important point on the agenda was formulation of a set of recommendations the association would present to the newly appointed general manager of PROEXPO, the Colombian agency for financing and promoting of exports.”
“In late 1979 Señor Simón Parra, co-owner and general manager of Flores El Dorado, sat in his office in downtown Bogotá looking at the latest statistics on cut flower exports from Colombia.”
“So in the off-season, general manager Haywood Sullivan had engaged in a flurry of trades and free agent signings that improved the team, particularly its pitching staff, considerably.”
“Dionisio has been general manager since the beginning, while René is in charge of the Commercial Division, and Rafael Lara, CPA, of the Financial Division.”
“With nearly 15 years of technology and marketing experience spanning from Bell Labs to multiple start-up IPOs, Dave co-founded open-source software company MuleSource and now serves as general manager of Hardy Way.”
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