Author: JW40

Greg Hague Is Reshaping The Way Homes Are Being Sold

Posted by in Real Estate Coaching

Forbes Magazine recently published an article online about Greg Hauge and how he hopes to redefine the way homes are sold in the United States. Greg Hauge lives in Scotsdale, Arizona, and he is a known as a successful entrepreneur, lawyer, author, professor of law, and he is the business partner of Harvey Mackay. Harvey…

Light Shed on the DeVos Family’s Philanthropy

Posted by in Business Leaders, Philanthropy

There was a man in Grand Rapids who met a person whose name is Rich DeVos. Rich DeVos owned the Orlando Magic and had founded the company Lescoa. This meeting consisted of a witty prompt from DeVos signifying the man to donate one million dollars to a certain cause. The point illustrated by this story…

Nicki Minaj Asked to Cancel Show

Posted by in Business Leaders, Philanthropy

Pop star Nicki Minaj is scheduled to perform in Angola at a Christmas festival sponsored by the media group Unitel. She has been asked to cancel, however, by The Human Rights Foundation, an organization run by human rights activist Thor Halvorssen. The Human Rights Foundation feels that the show is inappropriate since Unitel is controlled…

Why More People are Working with the CCMP Capital Firm and Former President Stephen Murray

Posted by in Capital Investment Business

For so many individuals and business owners, investing is something that is just too scary to do on their own. If you have ever had problems with investing in the past, it can be scary to try to figure it all out on your own. The best way for you to do this is for…

The Mission of Sanjay Shah: Autism Rocks

Posted by in Autism Fundraising, Business Leaders

If any one would have asked 43-year-old retired trader, Sanjay Shah, if he would be so passionate about autism when he was younger; he probably would have said “no”. Back in the 1960’s, Sanjay Shah and his parents moved to London from Kenya where the world became his playground. He started his climb up the…

From Country to Country Yeonmi Park’s Journey

Posted by in An Inspiring Story

At 13 years of age, Yeonmi Park left North Korea for China on a self imposed exile. The sojourn in China was not long lived since, together with her mother, they were aware of the eminent deportation that was looming in the event of their discovery. In 2009 they settled in South Korea after an…

Ross Abelow Knows New York Law

Posted by in Lawyers, People in Law

There are a number of reasons to hire a lawyer in New York. One among them being real estate. New York is a city that changes rapidly, and this industry is no different. Rising property prices and an astounding population influx typical of US coastal cities, are contributing factors to this. Those moving to New…

Majeed Ekbal Raises Money for Nepal Earthquake Victims

Posted by in Chicagoans, People

Well known real estate investor Majeed Ekbal is helping Nepal earthquake victims via two campaigns, one is a GOFUNDME account and the other is a CrowdRise account. Many people are suffering due to the devastation caused by this huge earthquake and they need all the help that they can get, and if you contribute to…

Brad Reifler’s Professional Accomplishments

Posted by in Business Leaders

With over 30 years worth of experience in the world of financial business, Brad Reifler’s professional milestones can only be under-emphasized. The founder and CEO of Forefront consultative LLC who is also the brain behind Reifler Trading Corporation and Pali Capital holds a Bowdoin College holds a degree in Economics and Political Science. CrunchBase even…

Shaygan Keradpir Makes A Big Move To Coriant

Posted by in Business Leaders

Network solutions leader Coriant has named Shaygan Kheradpir CEO and president of board of directors. He will succeed outgoing CEO Pat Di Pietro, who will assume another position within the company. The Cornell University graduate held previous executive positions at Verizon, Barclays Juniper Networks and AT&T. Kheradpir will use his new position to lead the…

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