Robert Edward Rubin (born August 29, 1938) is an American retired banking executive, lawyer, and former government official. He served as the 70th United States Secretary of the Treasury during the Clinton administration .
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Every time The Academy presents awards it adds a page to Hollywood history. As we learn in Bruce Davis’s fine new book The Academy and the Award (Brandeis University Press) the institution known for its Oscars has given honorary awards for many years.
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7th best in the UK for Sustainability. Sustainability is at the heart of Lancaster University. We are now ranked 7th in the UK and joint 26th in the world in the new QS World University Rankings: Sustainability, which measures and compares sustainable impact from universities across the globe.
Bally Sports RSNs Seek Emancipation From Sinclair Amid Parent's 'Strained Relationship' With Sports Leagues Former NBC Sports and ESPN executive David Preschlack will now head Diamond Sports Group, the subsidiary that manages the RSNs, as creditors reportedly grow concerned about the 'animosity' between the sports leagues and Sinclair