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BRIC Inventor O’Neill Checks Out Early From Goldman Sachs

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Wed, 6 Feb 2013

O'Neill, who coined the term 'BRIC' to describe the emerging-markets juggernaut of Brazil, Russia, India and China, surprised the asset management world with his early retirement.

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