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Lincoln Center

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Nonprofit performing-arts center in Manhattan, NY. It was incorporated 22 June 1956, and houses the Metropolitan Opera and the New York Philharmonic.

Official Website:
http://www.lincolncenter.org/

Founding Date:
22-Jun-1956

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frank A. Bennack, Jr.
Business
12-Feb-1933   CEO of Hearst, 1979-2002
Eli Black
Business
9-Apr-1921 3-Feb-1975 Swan dive onto Park Avenue
Leon Black
Business
c. 1951   Billionaire, Apollo Management
Michael Bloomberg
Politician
14-Feb-1942   Mayor of New York City
Richard S. Braddock
Business
c. 1943   President of Citicorp, 1990-92
John S. Chalsty
Business
c. 1933   CEO, Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, 1986-96
Bruce Crawford
Business
16-Mar-1929   CEO of Omnicom Group, 1989-96
Gordon J. Davis
Attorney
7-Aug-1941   Partner, Dewey & LeBoeuf
Dinyar S. Devitre
Business
c. 1946   CFO of Altria, 2002-08
Richard Gelb
Business
1924 4-Apr-2004 CEO of Bristol-Myers Squibb, 1972-93
Harvey Golub
Business
1939   CEO of American Express, 1993-2001
Bruce S. Gordon
Business
15-Feb-1946   President of the NAACP, 2005-07
Paul B. Guenther
Business
c. 1941   President of Paine Webber, 1988-95
Rita E. Hauser
Activist
12-Jul-1934   Former Partner, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan
J. Tomilson Hill
Business
c. 1948   Vice Chairman of Blackstone Group
Alberto Ibargüen
Publisher
c. 1944   President of the Knight Foundation
Robert Iger
Business
10-Feb-1951   CEO of Disney
Harry P. Kamen
Business
c. 1932   CEO of Metropolitan Life, 1993-98
Bruce Kovner
Activist
Feb-1945   Caxton Associates billionaire
Ellen R. Marram
Business
1947   CEO of Tropicana, 1997-98
John P. Mascotte
Business
c. 1940   CEO of The Continental Corporation, 1983-95
Deryck Maughan
Business
c. 1947   CEO of Citigroup International, 1998-2002
Henry McGee
Business
c. 1954   President of HBO Video
Raymond J. McGuire
Business
1957   Citigroup M&A executive
Eric Mindich
Business
1967   Eton Park Capital Management
Deroy Murdock
Columnist
1963   Conservative pundit
S. I. Newhouse, Sr.
Publisher
24-May-1895 29-Aug-1979 Founder of Advance Publications
Indra Nooyi
Business
28-Oct-1955   CEO of PepsiCo
Thomas A. Renyi
Business
c. 1945   Chairman of Bank of New York Mellon
Julian H. Robertson, Jr.
Business
25-Jun-1932   Tiger Management
John D. Rockefeller III
Philanthropist
21-Mar-1906 10-Jul-1978 Lincoln Center for Performing Arts
Richard Rodgers
Composer
28-Jun-1902 30-Dec-1979 Rodgers and Hammerstein
Samuel I. Rosenman
Government
13-Feb-1896 24-Jun-1973 White House Counsel, 1943-46
Michael I. Roth
Business
c. 1946   CEO of Interpublic Group
H. Jay Sarles
Business
c. 1945   Vice Chairman of Fleet Boston, 1999-2004
William Schuman
Composer
4-Aug-1910 15-Feb-1992 Symphony No. 6
Stephen A. Schwarzman
Business
14-Feb-1947   Co-Founder, Blackstone Group
Walter V. Shipley
Business
2-Nov-1935   CEO of Chase Manhattan, 1996-99
Beverly Sills
Singer
25-May-1929 2-Jul-2007 Soprano at the New York City Opera
Carl Spielvogel
Business
c. 1930   Advertising executive, Bates Worldwide
Frank Stanton
Business
20-Mar-1908 24-Dec-2006 President of CBS, 1946-73
Daniel H. Stern
Business
c. 1961   Reservoir Capital Group
Sy Sternberg
Business
24-Jun-1943   CEO of New York Life
Doreen A. Toben
Business
1949   CFO of Verizon
Tracey T. Travis
Business
c. 1962   CFO of Polo Ralph Lauren
George Weissman
Business
12-Jul-1919 24-Jul-2009 CEO of Philip Morris, 1978-84
Byron Wien
Business
c. 1933   Investment strategist, Blackstone
Christopher J. Williams
Business
c. 1958   Williams Capital Group


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