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What does ZBI stand for?

ZBI stands for Ziff Brothers Investments

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  • Business, finance, etc.

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Then there are the money guys, Dirk Ziff of Ziff Brothers Investments and Paul Tudor Jones.
Major lease transactions this year included Factset's 129,000-sf lease at 601 Merritt 7 in Norwalk; Tauck Tours for 42,700 sf and Katherine Gibbs School for 64,545 sf, both at NordenPark in Norwalk; Ziff Brothers Investments, which relocated from New York City to lease 61,177 sf at 55 Railroad Avenue in Greenwich; Oxford Health Plan's 240,000-sf renewal at 48 Monroe Turnpike in Trumbull; Amaranth Advisor's 123,074-sf renewal/ expansion at Greenwich American Center in Greenwich; Glencore's 45,537-sf renewal at Three Stamford Plaza in Stamford; and Boehringer Ingelheim's 229,000-sf lease at 39 Old Ridgebury Road in Danbury.
Jones Lang LaSalle announced the following transactions at Citigroup Center in New York City: * Ziff Brothers Investments has signed a 135,000 SF expansion lease; * Kirkland & Ellis has signed a 114,000 SF lease.
Bringing expertise in technology, design and style, the panel of judges for the finalist submissions consisted of IDEO Founder and Chairman David Kelley; Ziff Brothers Investments Senior Vice President, Technology Strategy Michael Miller; Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini; and GQ magazine Associate Editor Kevin Sintumuang.
The list includes: -- Laura Rubin '95, executive director of the Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC) -- Paul Hardy '96, director of The Nature Conservancy's Conservation Partnership Program -- Jennifer Layke '97, deputy director of the climate and energy program at the World Resources Institute -- Kevin Greiner '98, CEO of Gas South -- Ryan Waddington, '99, alternative energy research director at Ziff Brothers Investments -- Rob Frederick '00, assistant vice president and director of corporate sustainability at Brown-Forman Corporation -- Asako Nagai '01, corporate responsibility manager for Sony Corporation -- Meghan Chapple-Brown '02, senior advisor at SustainAbility, a think tank/consultancy group -- Nuyi Tao '03, associate with the World Bank in Washington, D.