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The Globe's Lunch series gives readers insight into some of the most interesting business characters around the world.

Here are some of the most popular interviews of 2012.

The RIM saga has been a top story all year

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Lunch with RIM CEO Thorsten Heins: Time for a bite, and little else

The CAW president has seen a lot of carnage since he took the post

Ken Lewenza: The reluctant president

This man has nine lives for sure

Rod Bryden: Taking a shot at another entrepreneurial goal

Steering the banking ombudsman post into the future

Douglas Melville: Boxed in by the bankers he battles

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Rebuilding a railway from the ground up

CP's Hunter Harrison: 'There is a new sheriff in town'

How to celebrate the 100th Grey Cup

CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon's animal kingdom

A new path for a man with a big record

Rick George: The reincarnation of Mr. Oil Sands

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Remembering how she broke through the glass ceiling

Sheelagh Whittaker: From pioneer to provocateur

This banker likes to get right to the point

Lunch with TD Bank's Ed Clark: Getting ready to tighten the belt

A lesson in how to face a challenge with optimism

Paul Godfrey: Rewriting a dire news story

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