senior vice president

NOUN
  1. the ranking vice president in a firm that has more than one
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  • NBC's revenue target for the 2008 Games was north of $1 billion, and sales are on pace to "shatter" records from past Olympics, crows Seth Winter, senior vice president, NBC Sports & Olympics. Ad Track: Retailers gear up for back-to-school spending
  • THE NEW RETIREMENT PLAN A couple decided they had done enough time on Long Island, but according to their broker, Marcy Stein, a senior vice president at Douglas Elliman, they didn't want to give up the "grandness" of a house or a quiet neighborhood. Vivendi Universal Guy Buys Out Bronfmans, Then $17.5 M. Duplex
  • BP Senior Vice President Kent Wells said it's "really a possibility" that cement that engineers pumped in through the top went down into the reservoir, came back up and plugged the annulus, which is between the inner piping and the outer casing. Storms delay completion of relief well to seal damaged BP oil well in gulf
  • As Senior Vice President and Chief Engineer at MTA, he oversaw the reconstruction of the 1 and 9 subway line section which was destructed during the September 11 attacks.
  • Writers, musicians, photographers and other creative types have been free-lancing, or 'gigging' for years," said Stephen Mullin, also a Senior Vice President and Business Wire Travel News
  • The senior vice president saw the program as a powerful way to reengage the older members of the sales staff.
  • Hybrid-electric trucks, including delivery vans and buses, are far more common, with about 4,000 on U.S. roads, according to Bill Van Amburg , a senior vice president at Calstart Inc., a nonprofit group in Pasadena, Calif., that promotes fuel-saving technology. Garbage Trucks Pick Up Fuel Savings
  • The chief technical officer and senior vice president also believes size is only part of the story.
  • The Fed's new rules "upend" the card business and fast-forwarding them would "create huge implementation challenges," said Kenneth Clayton, senior vice president of card policy at the American Bankers Association. Policy Makers Take Aim at Credit-Card Practices
  • Vince Doria, ESPN senior vice president, notes the Yankees and Red Sox outrate West Coast teams even in West Coast TV markets: It's not a question of bias. Does the 'N' in ESPN stand for Northeast?
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