Ken Starr Career: Law clerk to Chief Justice Warren E. Burger (1975-77); associate partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher (1977-81); counselor to the attorney general (1981-83); judge, U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia (1983-89); solicitor general of the United States (1989-93); Partner, Kirkland & Ellis (1993-present). Attorney Kenneth Starr was placed in charge of the investigation into the affair scandal between Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky. Here’s Ken Starr Biography and Profile.
Mikhail Mishustin: Born March 3, 1966 in Lobnya, the Moscow Region. 1989: Graduated from Moscow Tooling and Machining Institute with a degree in System engineering. 1992-1998: Director of a test laboratory / deputy director general / board chairman of the International Computer Club. 1998-1999: Deputy Head of the State Taxation Service of the Russian Federation. 1999-2004: Deputy Minister of Taxes and Levies of the Russian Federation. 2004-2006: Head of the Federal Agency of Real Estate Cadastre. 2006-2008: Head of the Federal Agency for the Management of Special Economic Zones. 2008-2010: President of UFG Invest Group. April 6, 2010: Appointed head of the Federal Taxation Service of the Russian Federation by Government Executive Order No. 507-r. PhD in Economics.
My full name is Carlos Ghosn Bichara, after my grandfather Bichara Ghosn. He was born at the base of Mount Lebanon where there were many Maronite Christians and an abundance of centuries-old Lebanon cedars. The Maronite Church is a part of the Roman Catholic Church that maintains its own original structure and rites. To this day, Maronite churches hold Mass in Syriac, said to have been the language used by Christ.
“His Majesty had a vision for a modern, prosperous, and peaceful Oman, and he willed that vision into reality. Laura and I are fortunate to have visited him in Muscat last fall. We enjoyed his grand hospitality, and we saw how his able leadership improved education, healthcare, and the arts throughout the beautiful country of Oman.” – Former President George W. Bush said.