James Harris Simons also known as Jim Simons (/ˈsaɪmənz/; born April 25, 1938) is an American mathematician, billionaire hedge fund manager, and philanthropist. He is known as a quantitative investor and in 1982 founded Renaissance Technologies, a private hedge fund based in Setauket-East Setauket, New York. Although Simons retired from the fund in 2009, he remains its non-executive chairman and adviser.
Gene Simmons is a 1978 solo album by Gene Simmons, the bassist and co-vocalist of the American hard rock band Kiss. It was one of four solo albums released by the members of Kiss on September 18, 1978. Reaching number 22 on the US Billboard 200 albums chart, it was the highest-placing of all the four Kiss solo albums
James Simmons may refer to: James Simmons (poet) (1933–2001), Irish poet, literary critic and songwriter. James Simmons (1741–1807), Canterbury newspaper proprietor, banker, mill owner, mayor and . James Aubrey Simmons (1897–1979), Canadian politician and notary. James B. Simmons (1826/7–1905), recording secretary American Baptist Home Mission Society, 1867–1874. James F. Simmons (1795–1864), United States Senator from Rhode Island.
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James Simmons (poet). For other people with the same name, see James Simmons (disambiguation). James Simmons (1933–2001) was a poet, literary critic and songwriter from Derry, Northern Ireland. YouTube Encyclopedic. West Strand Visions (Belfast: Blackstaff Press; 1974). Judy Garland and the Cold War (Belfast: Blackstaff Press; 1976). The Selected James Simmons (Belfast: Blackstaff Press; 1978). Constantly Singing (Belfast: Blackstaff Press; 1980). From the Irish (Belfast: Blackstaff Press; 1985).
James are an English rock band from Manchester, who were formed in 1982 and enjoyed popularity throughout the 1990s. The band's best-known singles include "Come Home", "Sit Down", "She's a Star" and "Laid", which also became a hit on American college radio. Following the departure of lead singer Tim Booth in 2001, the band became inactive, but reunited in January 2007 and has gone on to produce a further six albums
James Simmons British Guest Artist James trained with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and at LAMDA. He has worked in the theatre throughout Great Britain. British Guest Artist. James trained with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and at LAMDA. He spent three years with the Royal Shakespeare Company, where his parts included, Gratiano, in the Merchant of Venice, Lysander, in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Richmond, in Richard III. James has worked for Kenneth Branagh’s, Renaissance Theatre Company playing, Titus Lartius, in Coriolanus at Chichester and Sir Andrew Aguecheek, in Twelfth Night
James Simmons (22 January 1741 – 22 January 1807) was a newspaper proprietor, bookseller, banker and business entrepreneur. He was a politician who was active in local government in Canterbury and sat in the House of Commons from 1806 to 1807. Simmons was born in Canterbury, the son of William Simmons, a 'Peruke' or wig maker in the city. He attended the King's School, Canterbury between 1749 and 1755 and then served an apprenticeship as a stationer in London from 1757.
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