If there is one entrepreneur who has changed the business sector and more so the real estate sector is none other than Zeco Auriemo. Today, Mr. Auriemo is widely respected and considered as the king of real estate investment. Many people have praised his leadership skills and prowess to execute his objectives. He became the president of family business the JHSF at a younger age and he has established and built its name ever since.
Zeco Auriemo has been a great inspiration to many young aspiring entrepreneurs not only in Brazil but also in many other parts of the world. Besides working and holding an executive job at JHSF, at 17 years, he was studying engineering at the widely acknowledged Faculty of engineering of Sao Paulo. At the same time, Zeco was working at JHSF and quite interested by all that takes place in the corporation.
Zeco cities his father as a great inspiration and that is why he opted to follow his footsteps and join the family real estate development business. Today, JHSF is one of the prominent and widely considered real estate firms in the nation. Zeco Auriemo leadership has been exemplary and he has helped the firm branch out to other parts of the world. The firm has established itself in the United States with top-notch projects being established in New York, source (Aloalobahia.com).
One thing that has motivated Mr. Zeco in the industry is his belief in making smart investments and at the right time. Such moves have made it easy for Zeco Auriemo to predict the possibility of the market growing and satisfy clients’ needs. He has continued the legacy of the JHSF family in real estate investment and the firm has built a good market image over the years. Zeco does not just focus on making profits, he also believes in participating in charity projects. He has participated in charity camps as well as funded some of these charity projects in Brazil, check https://glamurama.uol.com.br/galeria/principe-albert-de-monaco-em-jantar-chez-mariana-e-zeco-auriemo/.
Eric Lefkofsky is an American entrepreneur and the co-founder and current Chief Executive Officer of Tempus, a company that provides precise medical solutions using the current technology. Born in 1969, Mr. Lefkofsky attended the University of Michigan and Michigan Law School where he earned his Juris Doctor. Eric currently serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Chicago and has specialties in the conversion of conventional business into technologically enabled e-business. He provides services as a catalyst in revolutionizing the traditional business sector. Among other sectors that he applies his expertise to include the Lurie Children’s home of Chicago where he is a Trustee and the Chicago Steppenwolf theatre corporation where he works as the Trustees Board chairman.
Recently, Eric Lefkofsky’s company, Tempus announced the development of a mobile app that will provide doctors with an easy time accessing clinical data. The Chicago based company that concentrates on obtaining and analysis of clinical data launched a mobile app that will help physician access genomic data with ease. The app developed by Tempus is named Tempus Labs. The app was first tested by physicians from across the country before its official release. Tempus Labs app is available on google play store for download to physicians that orders Tempus validated essays xO which are capable of analyzing 1714 genes and the xE that provide the complete exome analysis.
The app is useful in providing the patient’s history of medications and sickness as well as in providing the best probable therapy. The recent amount raised in August is meant to expand the therapeutic sector including neurological disorders and cardiovascular disease. The expansion into the new areas of diseases followed a request from the clinical partners that saw the need of the app in other areas despite the focus on oncology.
Tempus, under the leadership of the chairman Eric Lefkofsky, is focused on the creation of clinical and molecular data as well as creating an operating system that makes it easy to access the information. The operating system of the Tempus Lab is known as Tempus O which is created to build, cleanse, and interpret all clinical data.
Talos Energy helps manages many oil rigs and other energy assets operating in the Gulf of Mexico. Whistler Energy does this as well. Talos Energy recently announced the acquisition of the Whistler Energy in a PR Newswire press release. The $52 million dollar deal took place earlier this year.
The latter company owns assets that produce the equivalent of 1,900 barrels of oil equivalent per day. Assets in this case refers to the rigs and the equipment on the rigs. It also refers to the transportation equipment the company owns to get people to and from the rigs. It does not necessarily refer to the cranes and the ships used to place the equipment on the rigs or the rigs themselves.
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The merged company will be able to better explore and exploit the energy resources in the Gulf of Mexico. Talos Energy was also named one of the top 50 places to work in the United States, and its employees helped it earned this distinction. Corporate executives and management looked for feedback on how to make it a better place to work. It carefully implemented these suggestions and greatly improved the company’s working conditions.
The newly merged company plans to work hard to meet all the needs of the company’s stake holders. Stock prices of the two companies remained unchanged after news of the merger. Both companies remain steady and look forward to the upcoming exciting time for both the new company and the oil and natural gas energy industry.
The Big Money 20, a list of members of Congress who are the worst offenders in putting the interest of big money donors before their constituents. Recently End Citizens United has added U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus to the list and vowed to remove Rothfus from office and help elect a candidate that pledges to bring finance reform. End Citizens United is backing up those words with a whopping $35 million dollars of their own money, much of it donated from small individual donors.
End Citizens United is an advocacy group calling for finance reform after the Supreme Court ruling in 2010 that allowed big corporate money to donate to candidates with almost no overwatch. The ruling has also managed to open a wormhole of various loopholes that candidates and corporate donors use to cover their tracks, a tactic that only harms our democracy and our citizens. Visit End Citizens United on Twitter for updates.
Today the candidate being backed by End Citizens United is Democrat Conor Lamb who has pledged to bring campaign finance reform. The message of removing big money from politics is a way of capturing the Trump voters and switching them to vote democrat. The idea behind this is that by running on this message it may resonate with people who found the “drain the swamp” tactic convincing enough to vote for Trump in 2016. Of course, this organization leads by example, as all its donations come from individuals.
Rep. Keith Rothfus has gone to accuse Lamb of back peddling on his promise to only accept individual donations, calling Mr.Lamp the “The Manchurian Liberal” for accepting a donation from Rosie O’Donnell. However, Rep. Rothfus is no angel here, he himself is planned to be backed by outsider donations as well. Recently, a digital ad-buy from outside sources has bought pro Rothfus ads in his district.
In the word of online dating, Whitney Wolfe Heard is queen. The co-founder of Tinder, who left the company after being sexually harassed by her ex-boyfriend and co-founder, created a feminist dating app called “Bumble” in December of the same year. Bumble capitalized on a much-needed and hitherto unaddressed blind spot of Tinder, namely that men on the app are notoriously aggressive and misogynistic. Whitney Wolfe attempted to remedy this by giving women the first move, allowing them to set the tone of the conversation. If they do not message their match within 24 hours, he will disappear forever. This simple approach to empowerment did the trick. In the first month alone Bumble was downloaded 100,000 times, and is now valued at one billion dollars four years after its foundation. One year ago, Match Group, which owns Tinder, offered to buy Whitney Wolfe’s app, but was turned down following months of talks. After negotiations failed and the sale fell through, Match sued Bumble for trademark infringement, alleging that Bumble used their basic concept and piggybacked off Tinder’s success. Bumble sued back, saying that Match was needlessly litigious and had used earlier sales negotiations to obtain proprietary information regarding Bumble’s customers and marketing strategy. Learn more about Whitney Wolfe on Crunchbase.
In summer of 2017, a Neo-Nazi group launched a cyber-attack on Bumble, posting the names, pictures and personal information of Bumble employees on their website. According to Bumble, this was directly motivated by their own stance for women’s empowerment. As a result, Whitney Wolfe now travels with a team of bodyguards and experiences anxiety around the safety of herself, her family, and her team.
None of these challenges stand a chance of stopping Whitney Wolfe. Since the beginning of the legal fight between Bumble and Match, the Bumble’s usership has increased by an additional five million, and the 29-year-old Wolfe’s net worth is now valued at 230 million dollars.
There hasn’t been a more partisan political world in the United States of America since the Civil War. While that sentence may seem hyperbolic, the reality is that we are a divided nation and healing will take a lot of hard work. Nobody knows about this divide more than Republican President Trump. While President Trump can certainly be blamed for a fair share of the divisiveness, the truth is that politics has simply become cutthroat and everyone is out for blood. With that being said, Republicans and conservatives everywhere need to know that they have someone tough on their side to stand up for their ideals and it may be Betsy DeVos that leads the way.
Betsy DeVos is probably the most important member of Trump’s Presidential Cabinet. As the Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos has the job of championing conservative education reform in an environment that is not at all conducive to finding a middle ground. With that being said, Betsy DeVos might be the perfect conservative champion for this kind of environment and you need only look at her pas in order to come to this realization. Let’s go ahead and look at Betsy DeVos as a modern conservative champion while analyzing how she’s already made an impact within the hallowed halls of Washington D.C.
One of the most compelling moments of Betsy DeVos’s young career in Washington D.C. came on the heels of President Trump’s announcements that he was stripping federal protections for LGBTQ individuals everywhere. This was obviously a divisive decision and one that would have sent any meek politician hiding behind platitudes. As we’ve said before, Betsy DeVos is a champion and she’s willing to fight what she believes in, even at the expense of her own party. DeVos quietly aired her concerns to the Trump Administration before realizing that she wasn’t going to be heard in a meaningful way. Instead of making a public stink and causing a scene that would damage her political party, Betsy DeVos quietly called a meeting for all open members of the LGBTQ community in her department. She went over President Trump’s decision and told the members of the meeting that she would fight for them. It was a small moment that will ultimately be lost in the news cycle but it was an important one all the same.
After being brought into the Department of Education, DeVos tried to call a meeting with prominent leaders of the various teacher’s unions in the country. Of the few that did respond, all of them came away with the same conclusion: Betsy DeVos is razor sharp, focused on her ideals, and unwilling to be pushed around. Now how is that for a conservative champion?