Boss

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A boss is the person in charge.

Boss may also refer to:

People[edit]

Athletes[edit]

Politicians[edit]

  • Richard J. Daley (1902–1976), former mayor of Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • Boss Tweed (William M. Tweed, 1823–1878), notoriously corrupt 19th-century politician in New York City
  • Boss Shepherd (Alexander Robey Shepherd, 1835–1902), 19th-century politician in Washington, D.C.

Musicians[edit]

  • Boss (rapper) (born 1969), American rapper
  • Gene Ammons ("The Boss", 1925–1974), American jazz musician and songwriter
  • Diana Ross ("The Boss", born 1944), American singer and actress
  • Bruce Springsteen ("The Boss", born 1949), American singer and songwriter
  • Ross the Boss Friedman (born 1954), guitarist of The Dictators and Manowar
  • Rick Ross ("The Boss", born 1976), American rapper

Other people[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

Occupations[edit]

  • Boss (crime), head of a criminal organization
  • Pit boss, the person who looks after the employees who work in a casino pit
  • Political boss, a person who controls a political region or constituency
  • Fire boss, a person in charge of mine safety
  • Air boss, more formally, air officer, the person in charge of aircraft operations on an aircraft carrier

Entertainment[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Music[edit]

Bands
Albums
Songs

Other[edit]

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Science and technology[edit]

Places[edit]

Other uses[edit]

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