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  • nonexecutive — 1. adjective Not executive; lacking executive authority A nonexecutive director was appointed. 2. noun One who is not an executive …   Wiktionary

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  • Barbados — Barbadian /bahr bay dee euhn/, adj., n. /bahr bay dohz, dohs, deuhs/, n. an island in the E West Indies constituting an independent state in the Commonwealth of Nations: formerly a British colony. 257,731; 166 sq. mi. (430 sq. km). Cap.:… …   Universalium

  • non-executive — ˌnon exˈecutive adjective [only before a noun] someone who has a non executive role is not involved in the daily management of a company or other organization but attends board meetings and gives advice: • He will continue as a non executive… …   Financial and business terms

  • Councillor — For information on a person who provides counsel or advice, see counselor (disambiguation). Legislature This series is part of the Politics series Legislature Legislatures by country Parliament Member of Parliament Parliamentary group… …   Wikipedia

  • Philip Anschutz — Born December 28, 1939 (1939 12 28) (age 71) Russell, Kansas, USA Occupation Businessman Philip Frederick Anschutz (pronounced ann shoots, born December 28, 1939 …   Wikipedia

  • Schnitzler — There have been several people named Schnitzler:* Arthur Schnitzler, Austrian playwright and author. * Barbara Schnitzler, German actress. * Claude Schnitzler, French organist; * Conrad Schnitzler * Dierk H. Schnitzler, Police president in Bonn… …   Wikipedia

  • Henry Staunton — Born in India on May 20, 1948, Henry Staunton is a British businessman and the former Finance Director of Granada Group and ITV plc.Named in The Times 2006 Power 100 survey, referred to as FD Supreme by Accountancy Age, and rated as one of the… …   Wikipedia