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  2. Peter G. Peterson - Wikipedia

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    Peter George Peterson (June 5, 1926 – March 20, 2018) was an American investment banker who served as United States Secretary of Commerce from February 29, 1972, to February 1, 1973, under the Richard Nixon administration.

  3. At the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, we believe that together we can secure a healthy, growing economy by addressing America's long-term fiscal challenges.

  4. What to Know About All Three Rounds of Coronavirus Stimulus ...

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    The Second Round of Stimulus Checks. The second round of stimulus payments were authorized on December 27, 2020 as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021.

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  6. Blackstone Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Blackstone was founded in 1985 by Peter G. Peterson and Stephen A. Schwarzman with $400,000 in seed capital.: 45–56 The founders named their firm "Blackstone," using a cryptogram derived from the names of the two founders (Schwarzman and Peterson). "Schwarz" is German for "black"; "Peter", "Petros" or "Petra" (Πέτρος and πετρα, the ...

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  8. The Peter G. Peterson Foundation

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    The Peter G. Peterson Foundation

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  11. Peterson Institute for International Economics - Wikipedia

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    Michael A. Peterson succeeded his father Peter G. Peterson as chairman in the spring of 2018. The institute's annual budget is about $12–13 million and it is financially supported by foundations, private corporations, and individuals, as well as earnings from its publications and capital fund. Notable scholars