Peter B. Lewis
American businessman who was the chairman of Progressive Insurance Company.- Peter B. Lewis
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American insurance company, the third largest insurance carrier and the No. 1 commercial auto insurer in the United States.
In 1965, Peter B. Lewis, son of Joseph Lewis, and his mother borrowed $2.5 million, pledging their majority stake as collateral, and completed a leveraged buyout of Progressive.
Largest organization working solely on marijuana policy reform in the United States in terms of its budget, number of members, and staff.
The organization and its various ballot initiatives has largely been funded by the late billionaire Peter B. Lewis, and now by his family.
Art museum at 1071 Fifth Avenue on the corner of East 89th Street on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City.
In 2005, Krens won a dispute with billionaire philanthropist Peter B. Lewis, chairman of the foundation's Board of Directors and the largest contributor to the foundation in its history.
Private business school of Case Western Reserve University located in Cleveland, Ohio.
It is named after Cleveland philanthropist Peter B. Lewis, who donated $36.9 million towards its construction.
Senior high school of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District, located in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, United States.
Peter B. Lewis (1951), CEO of Progressive Insurance
Ballot initiative on the November 2, 2010 statewide ballot.
Peter B. Lewis, former CEO of Progressive Insurance
Historic Jewish cemetery located at 2749 Mayfield Road in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
Peter B. Lewis (1933–2013), billionaire chairman of Progressive Insurance
Events in the year 2013 in the United States.
Peter B. Lewis, businessman and philanthropist (b. 1933)
The year 2013 in art involves some significant events.
November 23 – Peter B. Lewis, 80, American businessman and arts patron (the Guggenheim Museum and the Cleveland museum of art)
501(c)(3) non-profit operating foundation established in March 2009 by Eric Schmidt and Wendy Schmidt.
The Lone Ranger, a 255-foot former ocean tug, was donated to the Institute by Peter B. Lewis in 2009 and was operated by the Institute to support research in Bermuda and the Bahamas.