Chuck Feeney

Charles Francis Feeney (born April 23 1931 in Elizabeth, New Jersey) is an Irish-American businessman and philanthropist and the founder of The Atlantic Philanthropies, one of the largest private foundations in the world. He made his fortune as a co-founder, with Robert Warren Miller, of the Duty Free Shoppers Group. The concept of "duty-free shopping"—offering high-end concessions to travelers, free of import taxes—was in its infancy when, along with Miller, Feeney founded DFS on November 7, 1960. DFS began operations in Hong Kong (where it retains its corporate headquarters), later expanding to Europe and other continents.
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  • Co-Occurrence as a Ranking Signal

    … a citation like that and decided to search for my name in Google Books (naturally in incognito) to see what else is there. The first result was a direct mention, followed by a few titles that mentioned some other Dan, but the results that followed shocked me with their accuracy. Co-occurrence is a linguistics term that can either mean concurrence…

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