Stanley Works has the potential to become the poster child
for public outrage about overseas moves to avoid taxes," says Blumenthal.
Having earned his credential in 1979, Campbell, a Republican from Irvine, says he wants to be "the poster child
of CPAs in politics.
Marimba Inc, the Java poster child
turned enterprise software distribution and management company got its long-awaited initial public offering away, selling Marimba sold 4.
India became the poster child
for post-World War II socialism in the Third World.
Often when people don't come out, they say, "I don't want to be a poster child
The poster child
of research levies is the Australian Coal Association Research Program (ACARP).
Cape Wind Associates, the company that proposed a wind farm in Nantucket Sound, has often pointed to a similar project off the coast of Denmark as a poster child
for the industry (see "Legal Eagle," features, November/December 2003).
Today Bohatsch is a poster child
for abstraction, a key player on the analytical-painting team.
This, despite the fact that Watts, the poster child
for black Republicans, is chairman of the House Republican Conference--the No.
The recent collapse of telecommunications, the poster child
of the digital world, can be explained by early indications of each of the above four trends.
Enron will likely prove to be the poster child
for primary surety insurers undertaking risks they didn't fully comprehend during a strong economy/soft market," Dowling wrote.
In reality Afghanistan will become, like Kosovo before it, a poster child
for the new world order, a perpetual sinkhole of warfare, terrorism, and drug trafficking under the permanent supervision of the United Nations.
What do you do when the name of your nation-wide restaurant chain has become "a poster child
for racism" and you're watching all of your profit margins, as well as a loyal consumer base, swirl down a drain of bad public relations?
Polycystic ovary disease is the poster child
for insulin resistance," Glueck says.