June 18, 2016 · Business · (No comments)

Who is this George Soros? Is he a person who, at a young age, learned to survive by his wit, and has continued to use the lessons he learned as a child on into adulthood, or is he a traitor to his adopted country and his religion?

Youth of George Soros

Born in Budapest in 1930, George Soros Nazi, born a Jew, was forced to blend in with the people around him to not be noticed by the Nazis. He was successful at that as proved by the fact that he is still alive today at the age of 85. His father saved his family from annihilation by providing fake identities and documents for his family. According to The New Yorker Article titled Puppetry, Soros witnessed years of Communist dictatorship. At this early age, he escaped Budapest and traveled to England to attend the London School of Economics. He was not able to reunite with his parents until 1956. They had become refugees, and he had moved to New York to take a job on Wall Street. Let’s just summarize his life here:

1930 Born in Budahpest.

1944 Uses fake ID and documents to hide his Jewish heritage.

1947 He emigrated to England and attended the London School of Economics.

1952 Graduated from the London School of Economics.

1956 went to work on Wall Street

1984 Soros opened the first Open Society Office in Budahpest.

1979 – Present he donated $11 billion to philanthropic causes.

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From 1979 he went on to earn many billions of dollars, so of course he is not without his critics.

Critic Glenn Beck was quoted as saying “Here’s a Jewish boy helping send the Jews to the death camps,” he said, referring to Soros, age thirteen according to The New Yorker. This would seem a bit harsh a criticism when we are talking about the LIFE of a 14 year old and his family.

He has been called a fascist, a communist, and anti-semetic, as well as conspiring to take over the world according to an article in The Nation.

The thing about George Soros is, he doesn’t give a damn according to this article in The Beast. That seems to be the way with successful people they continue doing those things that they do well, helping those that they can help, and the critics can go chase their own tails.

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Eric Pulier is the co-founder of ServiceMesh. Inc. He serves as the chairman and the Chief Executive Officer of the company. Pulier is also an entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist. Eric Pulier grew up in Teaneck, New Jersey, and begun computer programming at a tender age when he was in the fourth grade. When Pulier was in high he started his computer database company. In 1984 Pulier joined Harvard University and majored in English and American literature. While at Harvard he wrote and edited a column for The Harvard Crimson while also attending classes in MIT.

Pulier is renowned among leading and successful entrepreneurs in government and technology. Every company that Mr. Pulier has founded or co-founded has been financed by top venture capital groups in the world.

Among the companies that Pulier founded include, MediaPlatform, Enterprise Professional Services, virtual desktops and Service Oriented Infrastructure. Pulier was also listed among the top30 e-visionaries by VAR Business. He has publicly spoken many times at premier technology conference all over the world.

Pulier began his career in 1991 when he moved to Los Angeles and founded People Doing Things (PDT). The company specializes in health care education and other issues by using technology. In 1994, Pulier founded IDE and in 1998 the company merged with US Interactive LLC. while there he led the company to build Starbridge World, which is a private social network for children that are chronically ill. Sturbridge World gives the kids a platform to chat, blog, post content and also meet others that share similar experiences.

In 1997 Mr. Pulier was selected by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to create and execute the Presidential Technology Exhibition, which was in Washington D.C. the exhibition name was The Bridge to the 21st century. After the exhibition Pulier participated in the Vice-President Al Gore’s forum on health care and technology and advice on health care and technology initiatives. Pulier is also a participant and supporter of Clinton Global Initiative.

Puleir is also involved with charity and is a donor to several non-profit organizations. He also seats on the board of X-Prize Foundation, Painted Turtle, and other philanthropic groups.

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June 9, 2016 · Business Leaders · (No comments)

The talented managing director of prestigious Dynamic Search Partners has launched a Professional Achievement Award popularly called Keith and Keely Mann Scholarship. This award will target a pool of young leaders who have goals of establishing successful entrepreneurial careers. The scholarship will be implemented through a collaboration of Keith and Keely Man and Uncommon Schools, which is a non-profit organization tasked with the duty of managing charters. The scholarship opportunity will be availed to one graduating student of high schools managed by Uncommon Schools and based in Brooklyn at the end of each academic year.

Joe Frick statements

According to Joe Frick who serves as the Uncommon Charter High School’s college counselor expressed his gratitude to Keith and Keely Mann for launching the generous scholarship program. The program will assist students to attain higher education and proceed to establish a successful professional career.

Steps of application

Applicants are supposed to write a detailed essay of 1,000 words explaining how acquiring a college degree will transform their professional goals into reality. Additionally, the students must have attained quality grades in their high school examination.

Mann is not only a staunch supporter of education causes, but also an active philanthropist. Holding a top position at the Dynamics Search Partners, he is dedicated to pinpointing influential leaders and matching them with firms to nurture their success.

Mann’s statements

Keith Mann confirmed that he would continue to support the goal of Uncommon Schools of helping needy students to graduate from college and utilize their degrees to succeed both professionally and economically. He termed the implementation of the scholarship as a huge stride towards supporting the mission.

About Dynamic Search Partners Co-founder and CEO

Mann co-founded Dynamic Search Partners a firm that focuses on alternative investments, equity markets, and hedge funds. Currently, Mann is the managing director of the prestigious firm. The company specializes in the provision of executive search services and addresses the unique staffing needs or wants of established equity firms. The company has offered exceptional services to over 2,000 clients since its inception in 2001. Under the leadership of talented Keith Mann, Dynamic Search Partners has expanded its operation to provide other investment services apart from staffing investment positions.

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June 9, 2016 · Business Leaders · (No comments)

A new addition has been made to James Dondero’s baby, Highland Capital Management (HCM), L.P., recently. Linda Owen has been brought on as the new Charitable Giving Manager for their Dallas Foundation philanthropic organization. Those in the know will remember Owen as the one time Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation President and all around civic leader in Dallas, Texas, who now devises the best strategies to guide a program of philanthropy at Highland.

Own will partner with The Dallas Foundation to direct the funds to appropriate charities. James Dondero stated that he felt it was time to employ a dedicated professional manager to leverage the most bang for each buck donated to the fullest. He expressed admiration for Owen’s shining history of building effective partnerships that make actual, tangible, and measurable positive impacts on the community. Highland is quite generous with their donations, totaling well over $3 million each year, dispersed through The Dallas Foundation.

Dondero started out at the helm of his own company, Highland Capital Management way back 23 years ago, in 1993. He had a co-founder named Mark Okada. After that came the dark Mondays through Fridays of the Savings and Loan scandal and market plummet; days nobody cares to remember, though lots of books are available revealing the unheralded demise of much of American business of the time.

He has grown HCM into the top-most alternative credit provider. Always watching with a weather eye, Dondero has expertly guided his ship into greater and greater waters. For several of his business innovations, Dondero has been awarded industry honors and many heavy investors. Chief of these innovations was CreditFlux, which was awarded Best CLO Fund in 2015. They also won the Lipper Award for Floating Rate Opportunities in 2014. Here is the original story.

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