Month: January 2019

Renew Youth

Posted by in Beauty Care, Doctors

Renew Youth was recently featured in an article titled “Do Anti-Aging Creams Really Work? Renew Youth Answers.” The article was published on the Blogwebpedia website and was written by Stephen Callahan. Renew Youth reveals that there are a variety of reasons why women might struggle with their skin as they age, but one thing they…

Dr. Saad Saad: A Life Filled with Success

Posted by in medicine

There is an article featured on that discusses the formation and triumphs of Dr. Saad Saad in the medical community. He has served as a pediatric surgeon in various positions all over the world. It is a title he does not take lightly. Many of the positions that he has held over the years…

Dr. Shafix Sachedina Aims To Help Those Suffering From Dementia

Posted by in Doctors, Treatment

Dr. Shafik Sachedina has always wanted to help people; it’s was drove him to enter the medical field in 1975 initially. He first graduated from Guy’s Hospital Medical and Dental School in London as a Dental Surgeon. Over the next few decades, the doctor honed his medical skills. However, the time eventually came when Dr….

Michael Nierenberg Profile

Posted by in CEO, Director

Michael Nierenberg is the President and chairman of New Residential Investment Corporation. He is also the Managing Director at Fortress, overseeing various functions. Before assuming his current role at New Residential Investment Group, Michael Nierenberg was the Managing Director of Global Mortgages. He was responsible for trading activities and sales at the company. He increased…

How The Aspire is Changing New Brunswick New Jersey

Posted by in Center

The Aspire in New Brunswick, New Jersey is a new development brought to life by Boraie Development. With more than 230 residential units, The Aspire is just steps away from the New Brunswick Train Station, and it provides around the clock doorman service for the lobby. This development will provide additional residential living for those…

Harry Harrison Never Has A Typical Day, But He Finds Ways To Make Money

Posted by in Business

There is hardly anything ordinary about the way that Harry Harrison conducts business. He will be the first to tell you that there are a lot of interesting things about his days as they are structured now. He spends the great majority of his time at home working on projects and building out his business….

Vijay Eswaran Speaks About Business

Posted by in Marketing Expert

Classified by Forbés Asia’s set of Characters of Philanthropy and Lifetime Accomplishment Honor in RegionaI Philanthropy in 3rd Chinese language World Financial Forum. The Fóundations use local and worldwide NGOs and órganisations in community advancement and well-being, education for unique needs kids, ánd females empowerment. Business owner, philanthropist, World loudspeaker and writer of 6 books,…

OSI Group Is Committed To Bringing High Quality Food To The Fast Food Counter

Posted by in Company, Food Industry

Looking back in history, the beginning of the 20th century brought many European immigrants to America to start a new life. One immigrant of German descent, Otto Kolschowsky, made a decision that would have an impact on many generations to come. In 1909, Otto opened a neighborhood meat shop two years after arriving in the…

Steve Ritchie’s Apology letter : An In-dept look

Posted by in Business Leader

Recently, the newly appointed CEO Steve Ritchie of Papa John’s Pizza sat down to pen a letter of apology to the public in regards to unfortunate words spoken by a former employee of the company. In the letter, Steve expresses a sense of disappointment for his company and adds that words in this instance will…

Betsy DeVos: the Education Reformer

Posted by in Education

Many people don’t believe that Betsy DeVos has been in education reform for as long as she has. From her perspective, none of this is new territory. She has been working around the Republican Party and education in Michigan since the 1990s. However, many of the policies that she wanted to implement in Michigan were…


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