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  • Behind is the wood called the Grosser Wald, while the hamlet is flanked on the south and in front by an outlying wood, the

    The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.)

  • The fund will have dual headquarters in Silicon Valley, Calif., and China and be led by Adam Grosser , who spent a decade as general partner at venture-capital firm Foundation Capital.

    Soros, Silver Lake Make Clean-Energy Bet

  • Mr. Grosser had been working in recent months to launch his own firm.

    Financial Briefing Book: Feb. 24

  • Mr. Grosser had been working in recent months to launch his own firm.

    Soros, Silver Lake Make Clean-Energy Bet

  • The fund will have dual headquarters in Silicon Valley, Calif., and China and be led by Adam Grosser , who spent a decade as general partner at venture-capital firm Foundation Capital.

    Financial Briefing Book: Feb. 24

  • - German partnership, and the need to strengthen Transatlantic relations to meet 21st century challenges in front of the Siegessäule at the Grosser Stern in Tiergarten Park.

    Travel Update: That Berlin Speech - Swampland - TIME.com

  • Adam Grosser and Steve Vassallo are partners at Foundation Capital, a venture capital firm that invests heavily in clean technology companies and demand-side management.

    Clean Energy's Dirty Secret

  • Adam Grosser and Steve Vassallo are partners at Foundation Capital, a venture capital firm that invests heavily in clean technology companies and demand-side management.

    Clean Energy's Dirty Secret

  • Polansky, Lippitt, and Redl (1950a) and Grosser, Polansky, and Lippitt (1951) showed that those group members who attempted to be more influential and those who were more successful in this attempt were more susceptible to contagious influence from other members.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Polansky, Lippitt, and Redl (1950a) and Grosser, Polansky, and Lippitt (1951) showed that those group members who attempted to be more influential and those who were more successful in this attempt were more susceptible to contagious influence from other members.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

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