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Examples of "gosbee"
Bill Gosbee (born 20 May 1961) is a British fencer. He competed in the individual and team foil events at the 1984, 1988 and 1992 Summer Olympics.
RS&E affiliated company IceArizona will manage the Coyotes and Arena. The RS&E/IceArizona group is headquartered in Houston, Texas. The group is mainly composed of investors from the energy sector, including George Gosbee of Edmonton, Alberta. Two other investors, finance industry executives Anthony LeBlanc and Daryl Jones, had been involved in previous attempts to buy the team.
Belinda Gosbee is an Australian film, television and stage actress. A graduate of The Australian Academy of Dramatic Art, she has trained in Meisner, Stella Adler and Chubbuck technique, and continues to study with renowned acting coach, Ivana Chubbuck, in Los Angeles.
Gosbee was well reviewed for her work on the Sydney stage playing Elizabeth Proctor in two sold-out seasons of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible". Other significant stage roles include Michelle in Gordon Graham's "The Boys", Hero in "Much Ado About Nothing", Katie Best in David Williamson's "Soul Mates" and Mary Brenham in Timberlake Wertenbaker's "Our Country's Good".
Now living in Los Angeles, Gosbee recently completed a cameo role in Eastwood's "J. Edgar" opposite Leonardo DiCaprio a biopic about infamous FBI director J. Edgar Hoover; she stars as a small town Louisiana girl, as the female lead of Indie thriller "East Stackton"; and can be heard voicing the ghosts of WWII San Diego for The Giskin Anomaly's new Balboa Park tourism initiative.
Born and raised in The Blue Mountains of Sydney Australia, Gosbee's first break came as the face of BankWest's original MasterCard campaign as 'Rebel', shortly followed by a role in Bryan Brown's "Two Twisted" series opposite Dan Wyllie and Peta Wilson. Gosbee has appeared in many short films, including Donna Chang's father-daughter drama, "Comfort Food", which was sold to the UK’s Propeller TV; and in a recurring role on "" as well as re-enactment work for "60 Minutes".
Because the cubers were living all over the world, they wanted to organize a competition at which they could all meet. In 2003, under the guidance of Dan Gosbee, they organized the Rubik's Cube World Championship in Toronto. This first modern-age Rubik's Cube competition was a huge success, but there were lots of issues, due to the lack of good regulations. After the World Championship, Ron van Bruchem and Tyson Mao started organizing competitions in the Netherlands and Germany, as well as at Caltech in the United States. In 2004, they started the World Cube Association, which today has held competitions in 70 different countries.
None of the numerous prospective owners the league had hoped would buy the team, and keep it in Arizona, followed through on their sale until 2013, when IceArizona (a group led by George Gosbee) purchased the team. Within a year of that sale, IceArizona spun off the team to hedge fund manager Andrew Barroway. The Coyotes' lease on Gila River Arena was revoked in June 2015 due to concerns the lease was illegal under conflict of interest laws. The Coyotes intended to fight the revocation in court. The team had indicated that if it cannot stay at the Gila River Arena, it could move back to downtown Phoenix and the Talking Stick Resort Arena. On July 24, 2015, the Coyotes announced that Glendale City Council had enacted an agreement allowing the Coyotes to stay in the Gila River Arena for the next two seasons.
On May 25, 2013, the NHL approved the sale of the Coyotes to Renaissance Sports & Entertainment (RS&E), a group of Canadian investors headed by banker George Gosbee and Anthony LeBlanc, who had previously tried to purchase the team in 2009 as part of Ice Edge Holdings. The deal was contingent upon a lease agreement with the city of Glendale regarding the usage of Arena. The announced purchase price was $170 million, with $45 million provided by RS&E, $120 million lent by the Fortress Investment Group (to be repaid by the fee Glendale taxpayers are going to pay the team to run the arena), and an $85 million loan from the NHL.
A proposal from Ice Edge Holdings to purchase the Phoenix Coyotes would have moved a portion of the team's home games to Saskatoon in an effort to maintain the team's viability in its main home in Phoenix, similar to the former Bills Toronto Series arrangement in the National Football League; the group, had it bought the team, was ready to go forward and had leased Saskatoon's SaskTel Centre for five home games in the 2009–10 season. The group was believed to lack the funds to buy the team outright, but remained in contention as potential minority owner until May 2011, when it pulled out of negotiations. Some members of the Ice Edge group later joined the ownership group led by Canadian businessman George Gosbee who ultimately purchased the Coyotes and kept them in Arizona.
Due to the team's bankruptcy status since 2009 and the annual revenue lost each year, the NHL planned to move the Coyotes should a deal with the city for a new lease and new ownership not be decided by July 2, 2013. The plan was to move the franchise to a new city, likely Seattle. On July 2, 2013, by a vote of 4–3, the Glendale City Council approved a 15-year lease agreement with Renaissance Sports and Entertainment (RSE), who would purchase the team from the NHL for US$225 million by August 5, 2013. The members of the Canadian group are Executive Chairman & Governor George Gosbee, President, CEO & Alternate Governor Anthony LeBlanc, Alternate Governor Craig Stewart, and Directors Gary J. Drummond, W. David Duckett, William "Bill" Dutton, Robert Gwin, Scott Saxberg and Richard Walter. RSE partnered with Global Spectrum (owners of the Philadelphia Flyers) for help in managing Gila River Arena. The agreement has the city of Glendale giving RSE US$15 million per year for management fees. There is an agreement that RSE can move the team after five years, if it accrues $50 million US in losses.
In 1999 the first modern age speedcubers found each other on internet via Rubik's Games, a computer game with an electronic version of Rubik's Cube. Chris Hardwick from Raleigh, NC founded a Yahoo Group Speedsolvingrubikscube and the Unofficial World Records, a place where cubers could post their personal records. Ron van Bruchem started together with his friend Ton Dennenbroek, an avid puzzle collector. Because the first cubers were living all over the world they wanted to organize a competition where they could all meet. After failing in 2001, under guidance of Dan Gosbee they finally succeeded to organize World Championship 2003 in Toronto. This first modern age Rubik's Cube competition was a huge success, but there were lots of issues because of the lack of good regulations. After WC 2003 Ron van Bruchem and Tyson Mao started organizing competitions in The Netherlands/Germany and at Caltech University in USA. In 2004 they started the World Cube Association which nowadays organizes competitions in over 75 countries.