Robert MacGregor McIntyre (28 November 1928 Scotstoun, Glasgow - 15 August 1962) was a Scottish motorcycle racer famous for five motorcycle Grand Prix wins which included three wins at the Isle of Man TT Races, and four victories in the North West 200. McIntyre died nine days after injuries sustained racing at Oulton Park, Cheshire in August 1962.
Robert "Bob" McIntyre (May 15, 1904 – February 18, 1998) was a Scottish-American soccer center forward who spent two years in the American Soccer League, leading the league in scoring during the spring 1931 season. He was born in Cambuslang, Scotland.
Jan. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Scott Hodge, president of the Tax Foundation, and BobMcIntyre, director of Citizens for Tax Justice, talk about President Barack Obama's proposal for a... - 01.26.2012, Bloomberg
25.02.2012 [GPone] - Subito dopo verrà osservato un minuto di silenzio per il 17enne nativo di Sydney che portava un cognome celebre: BobMcIntyre fu infatti quarto nel mondiale della 500 nel 1961 con la Norton e vinse il TT nel 1957, ma non si segnalano parentele.
23.02.2012 [New York Times (blog)] - BobMcIntyre of Citizens for Tax Justice estimated to the Washington Post that the plan would raise the deficit by $10 trillion. The reason Mr. Romney can claim it would be neutral is evident in the final section of his plan, which would demand
22.02.2012 [RollingStone.com (blog)] - "The corporate tax reform 'framework' released by the Obama administration today fails to raise revenue that could be used to make public investments in America's economy and America's future," said BobMcIntyre, who heads Citizens for Tax Justice.
22.02.2012 [The Guardian (blog)] - 2.15pm: For further analysis of Mitt Romney's new tax cuts, the Washington Post's Greg Sargent talks to BobMcIntyre, president of Citizens for Tax Justice, who describes the outcome as a huge tax cut for the rich and a total tax cut of $10tn over 10
28.02.2012 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - “I don't think most Americans would consider 11.3%…to be `normal,'” said BobMcIntyre, director of the liberal tax advocacy group. The top US corporate tax rate is 35%, among the world's highest. GE said its 2011 tax rate in the US was 25% and its