• Corruption is practised less brashly, but perhaps on an even larger scale, than before.

    ECONOMIST: A few things the West should tell Mr Putin, when it has his ear

  • It made that gamble, brashly, after seeing astonishing early results in 31 patients.

    FORBES: Reviving Novartis

  • The Colony Room, a private members' drinking club, is a small, brashly green-painted space up some narrow stairs.

    ECONOMIST: Art in London restaurants

  • They often go from brashly demanding cures to learning that some treatments that seemed to help, like bone marrow transplants for breast cancer, turned out to do harm.

    FORBES: Patient Power

  • Yet Chief Executive Joshua Boger brashly predicts that in as soon as five years his firm's 600 researchers will churn out two or three new drugs a year, rivaling the output of the biggest global drug firms with ten times the manpower.

    FORBES: Machine Gunner

  • " Dillon was a Unionist — he lived in a city that bordered the South but was loyal to the North and the federal government — and as the story goes, he brashly opened the watch and secretly engraved the words: "The first gun is fired.

    NPR: In Lincoln's Watch, A Mystery Revealed

  • Siddhartha, to the smaller but still brashly ambitious sorts who fill out many of our other pages--this is an Asian business buffet, both in text and photography. (All the food stories in this issue must be affecting me.) Add to this mix the best of FORBES in the U.S. and hungry readers get their fill.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

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