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  • During the holidays, agencies tend to create whiz-bang cards to show off their creativity.

    FORBES: CSR and the Holiday Spirit

  • He brings a record as a turnaround whiz to Schering-Plough (nyse: SGP - news - people ), a company desperately in need of new direction.

    FORBES: Hassan Takes Over At Schering-Plough

  • At 32 he struck out on his own, teaming up with Edward Linde, a numbers whiz, to start Boston Properties.

    FORBES: The Master Builder

  • Mr. SCHACTMAN: Basically, the idea is to take some of the really boring, stayed simulations that everybody uses throughout the military and add some videogame whiz-bang to them because, look.

    NPR: U.S. Troops Training on Video Games

  • He reminds these whiz kids to count on nothing.

    FORBES: Cover Story

  • Of course, RIM could just add IMAP support directly to its phones so that this whiz-bang tech would work with any third-party email service and wouldn't have to go through BIS in the process, but that would be crazy talk, right?

    ENGADGET: RIM's BIS 3.0 email features apparently leaked, finally does Gmail justice

  • Still, the gee whiz factor was kept to a minimum.

    FORBES: A Pragmatic Approach to Asteroid Mining?

  • The Whiz Mob represented a chance to put his criminal skills to legitimate use and earn the money for hip-replacement surgery, though he was wary.

    NEWYORKER: A Pickpocket’s Tale

  • That's the sort of thing that Girish Wagh, one of the breakfast-meeting whiz kids, was working to foster when Kant called him in unexpectedly in December 2000.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • In 2004, Karl Rove was George W. Bush's numbers whiz, using sophisticated data analysis to decide where and when to spend money.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Figuring she wasn't alone, she approached friend and computer whiz Garrett Berg about building an algorithm to convert apparel sizes from one retailer to another.

    FORBES: What Size Are You--Really?

  • Never a whiz at finance, Branson early on learned to exploit the power of hype.

    FORBES: Red Baron

  • Snapping off his clean white teeth, his voice had a gee-whiz youthfulness until, catching hold, it shifted to take on the hardscrabble surroundings.

    NEWYORKER: The Tree Line, Kansas, 1934

  • And Republican Rep. Paul Ryan, math whiz, actually got most of his House colleagues to approve a politically risky spending-reduction bill with modest cuts to Medicare.

    FORBES: Where Are Our Leaders? Blaming and Dividing

  • Hoover imagines a toll-taking scenario where you can get rid of clunky FastPass-style devices and instead simply take pictures of cars as they whiz by key checkpoints without even requiring the vehicles to slow down.

    FORBES: Connect

  • It is time to abandon, finally, the description of Microsoft as a gee-whiz tech stock.

    ECONOMIST: Microsoft's cash bonanza

  • The person having a busy day wasn't the middle-aged Dr. Schwartz, but an alluring 26-year-old PR whiz, Christina Salgado, who posts six tweets a day to Schwartz's page.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • The Democrats' version is to focus more on the ports and transit systems, especially by using gee-whiz tech devices.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Reintroducing Fiat cars to Americans is an intensely personal mission for the sprightly 38-year-old marketing whiz whose knack for tapping into consumer lifestyles outside of traditional advertising venues caught the eye of Sergio Marchionne, the chief executive of both Fiat Autos SpA and Chrysler Group.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • "The second you start looking to be 'cool, ' you're dead, " says trendsetter Kevin Rose, the tech whiz behind a host of "cool" products, including social-bookmarking Web site Digg and online video network Revision3.

    FORBES: The Trendsetters

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