Maryanne Trump Barry
American lawyer and judge
Maryanne Trump Barry
Maryanne Trump Barry is a senior judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. She is the daughter of real estate developer Fred Trump and Mary MacLeod Trump, the older sister of real estate/entertainment magnate Donald Trump and the mother of Dr. David Desmond, a neuropsychologist and writer.
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Haunting Halloween Nightmares For Left And Right
Huffington Post - 4 months
Boo! Yes, it's time once again for our yearly frightfest, where we toss out a spine-tingling nightmare for folks on both sides of the political chasm. Right and left will be quaking in their boots after contemplating the following twisted tales! [Cue: shrieking and chains clanking] Because we've already traveled this road once (last year's frightful horror stories already involved none other than Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton), we decided to make it hard on ourselves today. This is because the horrorshow on both right and left is so easy to imagine for everyone, at this point, that they could fit on a couple of tweets: "For GOP -- President Hillary Rodham Clinton!" and "For Dems -- email scandal throws election to Trump!" So instead of taking things easy, we've instead decided that the Republican nightmare will begin with Trump winning and the Democratic nightmare will start with Clinton winning the election. This made coming up with these fearsome tales more challenging, ...
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Meet Donald Trump's sister, the judge Ted Cruz called 'radical pro-abortion extremist'
Chicago Times - 12 months
But for her "impressive architectural" hair, as one blogger once put it, and her wealth, she is in some respects the polar opposite of her brother, Donald Trump. His life is a reality show. Hers, says Judge Maryanne Trump Barry, is "very private." His public speaking is raucous and free-wheeling....
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Carmakers Forge Ahead With Electric Vehicles - New York Times
Google News - about 1 year
New York Times Carmakers Forge Ahead With Electric Vehicles New York Times LAS VEGAS — Although sales of electric and hybrid vehicles have struggled, automakers are charging ahead to bring new battery-powered vehicles to market. Several car companies have focused on electric vehicles at the International CES consumer trade ... GM CEO Mary Barra: Chevy Bolt EV is Built for EveryoneFortune GM's newest electric car can go 200 miles on a single chargeNew York Post Chevy unveils new all-electric 2017 BoltWJXT Jacksonville all 190 news articles »
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Chevrolet offers Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
Chicago Times - over 1 year
Chevrolet and Hyundai will become the first auto brands to offer customers the option of plugging either Google's Android Auto or Apple's CarPay into the touch screen of their vehicle. The decision, which General Motors CEO Mary Barra announced Wednesday afternoon in California, gives the technology...
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GM's new chief officer on being in the driver's seat
CBS News - almost 2 years
Mary Barra is General Motors' relatively new CEO. The company is celebrating the production of its 500th million car this week, and Anna Werner sat down with Barra to discuss her plans for remaking GM in the wake of its bankruptcy and the recalls of defective cars.
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GM and Its No Good, Very Bad Year
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
Co-authored by Thomas McGarity With the announcement that GM Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra received the outsized compensation of $16.2 million in 2014, what should have been a year of humiliation and soul-searching for that feckless automaker instead ended on a disturbingly self-satisfied note. Purely from a public relations perspective, Barra worked hard for her money. Appearing repentant, sincere, and downcast, she persuaded star-struck members of Congress that the company was committed to overhauling a culture characterized by what she called the "GM shrug," loosely translated as avoiding individual accountability at all costs. Even as she blinked in the television lights, GM fought bitter battles behind the scenes to block consumer damage cases and exploit corporate tax loopholes. Largely on the basis of her political adeptness, Barra has been taking victory laps in the business press, hailed as the rare (female) CEO who has led her corporation out of a morass that cou ...
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GM's Mary Barra makes way more than the last guy in the job
CNN - almost 2 years
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CEO Mary Barra: No merger fever at GM
USA Today - almost 2 years
There's no pressure to acquire rivals or consolidate          
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Barra's GM Has Low Bar, High Expectations
The Street - about 3 years
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- New CEO Mary Barra got just what she probably needed with her first General Motors earnings report -- a low bar she may be able to jump over. Barra was appointed CEO of GM in December, and the company's latest earnings report was for the last quarter under her predecessor, Dan Akerson. It wasn't a great one. Last week, the company announced it earned $913 million in the fourth quarter, or 67 cents per share, excluding some charges, on $40.5 billion in revenue. That disappointed analysts who were expecting earnings of 88 cents per share. Full-year profit fell 22% to $3.8 billion, but because U.S. operations earned $7.5 billion in operating profit, the company wrote profit-sharing checks of $7,500 for each of its union employees, up from $6,750 a year earlier. Barra will get full credit if there is a turnaround in Europe and South America, where results were poor, and if forward momentum in the U.S. can continue. Barra also knows the spotlight will be on her ...
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Mary Barra, GM's First Female CEO, Will Earn $14.4 Million In 2014
Huffington Post - about 3 years
DETROIT, Feb 10 (Reuters) - General Motors Co's Mary Barra, the auto industry's first female chief executive officer, will be paid $14.4 million in cash and stock this year, 60 percent more than her predecessor, the automaker disclosed on Monday. GM had previously said Barra, 52, would receive up to $4.4 million in cash and stock compensation this year, but that amount did not include what she would receive under the company's long-term compensation plan, which totals $10 million. The long-term portion is subject to shareholder approval at the company's annual meeting in June. GM said Barra's total is an increase of 60 percent over her predecessor, Dan Akerson, who stepped down last month. GM said it was releasing the figures ahead of its proxy filing in April "to correct misperceptions created by comparisons that used only a portion of Barra's overall compensation." "As a new CEO, Mary's total compensation is in line with her peer group and properly weighted so that most is at- ...
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GM Misses Estimates as Earnings in Asia and Europe Slide
The Street - about 3 years
Detroit (TheStreet) -- General Motors  missed Wall Street estimates as earnings slipped in Asia and Europe. The automaker reported net income excluding items of 67 cents a share. Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters had estimated 87 cents. Revenue rose 3% to $40.5 billion. Analysts had estimated $41 billion. Including a net loss from special items of 10 cents a share, GM earned 57 cents a share. In the same quarter a year earlier, GM earned 54 cents a share including a net gain from special items of 6 cents.In premarket trading Thursday, GM shares were down $1.35 at $33.85. WATCH: GM Quarterly Profit Misses, Blames Unaccounted Restructuring Costs "Launches of some of the best vehicles in our history combined with significant improvements in our core business led to a solid year," said CEO Mary Barra, in a prepared statement. "The tough decisions made during the year will further strengthen our operations. We're now in execution mode and our sole focus will be on delivering results ...
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GM CEO Mary Barra: 'My gender' not a factor
USA Today - about 3 years
She says GM is on track and being a woman isn't a factor when she walks into a meeting
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GM CEO Mary Barra on 2014 Focus, Talks Cadillac ATS and GMC Canyon
The Street - about 3 years
GM's new CEO Mary Barra says her focus in 2014 will be to continue to build strong brands, operating profitably in every market around the globe in which the automaker operates, and maintaining a fortress balance sheet.     
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Akerson Bids Farewell to GM
Wall Street Journal - about 3 years
The former CEO said his successor, Mary Barra, faces tough challenges ahead as she takes the helm as the first woman to lead a global automotive company.
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Mary Barra Steals Spotlight
Wall Street Journal - about 3 years
GM CEO-elect Mary Barra is giving the new cars a run for their money as focus of the North American International Auto Show.
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Chevy sweep: Corvette, Silverado take show awards
San Francisco Chronicle - about 3 years
DETROIT (AP) — General Motors' Chevrolet brand swept the North American Car of the Year and North American Truck/Utility of the Year on Monday, giving the resurgent Detroit automaker another boost at the beginning of the Motor City's annual auto show. The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray received the car award, and the truck was the Silverado. Sweeps are a frequent feature in the awards program: GM also nabbed the truck honor for the Silverado in 2007, while the car award that year went to the Saturn Aura. Incoming GM Chief Executive Mary Barra, who attracted a throng of moving journalists as she left the hall where the awards were announced, said the sweep shows that designers, engineers and product development specialists "sweated the details."
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Rosenthal: Talent, not gender, earned Mary Barra GM post
Chicago Times - about 3 years
1st female CEO of an automaker paved her way with technical expertise, MBA For too long, when talking about power in the auto industry, the pronouns "she" or "her" referred only to a sleek car or muscular engine, never an actual woman.     
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Maryanne Trump Barry
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2006
    Age 68
    In January 2006, Barry testified in support of the appointment of fellow Third Circuit Judge Samuel Alito to the United States Supreme Court. On June 30, 2011, Barry assumed senior status.
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  • 1999
    Age 61
    Barry was unanimously confirmed by the United States Senate on September 13, 1999, and received her commission on September 22, 1999. "I am deeply honored and very grateful for the nomination," Barry told the New Jersey Law Journal in 1999. "I am surprised I was approached on it.
    More Details Hide Details I assume that my record is good enough as a district court judge to be reached out to, and I'm glad that politics weren't a priority here."
    A Republican, Barry was nominated to be a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit by President Bill Clinton on June 17, 1999, to replace H. Lee Sarokin, who had retired in 1996. President Clinton in 1998 had nominated Robert Raymar to the seat, but that nomination was never given a hearing by the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Raymar's nomination expired at the end of that year.
    More Details Hide Details Clinton chose not to renominate Raymar to the Third Circuit seat during the next congressional term, and elected instead to nominate Barry.
  • FORTIES
  • 1983
    Age 45
    She was confirmed by the United States Senate on October 6, 1983, and received her commission the next day.
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    Barry was nominated by President Ronald Reagan on September 14, 1983, to a seat on the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey vacated by Henry Curtis Meanor.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1958
    Age 20
    Barry was born in New York City, New York. She received her B.A. in Political Science/Government from Mount Holyoke College in 1958, an M.A. from Columbia University in 1962, and her J.D. from Hofstra University School of Law in 1974.
    More Details Hide Details Prior to her service as a judge, she had held other public service positions, having been an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1937
    Born
    Born on April 5, 1937.
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