Business

Gregory Aziz, CEO Of National Steel Car

Business, Business Leaders, Canada, CEO, Philantrophy, Railroad, Technology
Greg Aziz is the CEO of National Steel Car, a company that has been building railroad cars since 1912. The company, National Steel Car, has earned a reputation for excellence in the railroad industry. Throughout the decades, it has managed to rise above the competition and make a name for itself.   Gregory James Aziz was born in London, Ontario in the year 1949. He studied Economics in college at University of Western Ontario. Gregory J. Aziz came from a family that was already business savvy and started his career by joining the family wholesale food business, Affiliated Foods in 1971. Greg James Aziz stayed with his family's business for several years and helped it grow into something huge. Affiliated Foods became one of the top fresh food importers worldwide. They eventually ...

The Contributions of Waiakea in Promoting Environmental Sustainability

Bottled Water, Business, Business Leaders, Carbon Neutral, Inc 500
Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water was founded in 2012 by Ryan Emmons. It was Hawaii’s first volcanic water brand and is among the top 500 fastest growing companies in America today. Between 2014 and 2016, Waiakea bottled water made a remarkable growth of 1,059.3%. The company’s business model functions on health, ethics, and eco-friendly initiatives. It is the most humane, greenest and healthiest water brand in the world. The water source is from rains and snowmelt of the Mauna Loa volcanic peak. It is then passed through porous lava for filtering and mineral enhancement. This kind of sourcing allows the company to offer a naturally alkaline volcanic water. A significant transformation took shape since the establishment of Waiakea water. Apart from making sales, the company shows genuine

How Daniel Mark Harrison Uses Innovation to Set Trends

Bitcoin, Business, Business Leaders, CEO, Entrepreneur
While many entrepreneurs attempt to succeed by following trends and even trying to predict where they are going, it is the one who sets the trends that are going to succeed the most. The successful, trendsetting entrepreneur who brings a lot of innovation to the markets is Daniel Mark Harrison. He is one of the people who does not try to follow the trends. Instead, he finds ways to influence and drive the trends. This is one of the reasons that Daniel has not only seen a lot of success but also a lot of respect in the industry he works in. Daniel Mark Harrison works in the business and cryptocurrency industry. When the name is mentioned, it is met with significant respect because of all of the strides he has made in the industry. He has set an example that other entrepreneurs in this indu...

Julia Jackson the Face of Jackson Family Wines

Brands, Business, Company, Drink, Success Story, Wines
Born in 1988 in San Francisco, Julia Jackson is the second born of Barbara Banke and the late Jess Jackson. having been born in a family of winemakers, her passion for wine has been evident since she was a little girl. She is currently the proprietor of Jackson Family Wines, a business owned by her family that makes famous wines distributed all around the world. She is also involved in giving back to the community programs that her family business donates to every year. Seeds of Empowerment Through one of the family’s Winery, Cambria, Seeds of Empowerment was founded. The main aim of Seeds of Empowerment is to empower women across the globe to do great things in leadership positions and charity organizations. Seeds of Empowerment offer annual grants of $100,000 to support these

“Talk Fusion CEO Bob Reina Approves of the Re-Imaged HuffPost “

Business, Company, Technology
Back in April of 2017, the news provider Huffington Post rebranded their organization. They shortened their name from Huffington Post to HuffPost and they now provide relevant stories that are more in touch with the average person. Talk Fusion CEO, Bob Reina, is a writer for HuffPost. He has been writing with this organization for many years. He approves of the changes that Huffington Post recently went through with their online re-imaging. Learn more: https://www.talkfusion.com/en/login Reina has written different types of articles for this news organization since 2016. He writes on various subjects such as lifestyle, entrepreneurship, selling and video marketing technology. Reina claims that he really enjoys the changes made by this company. He is especially excited by the way HuffPos

Louis Cheneverts Successful Business Path

Business, Business Leaders, CEO
Louis Chenevert was born and raised in Canada, but is now a US citizen. He started his career at General Motors and eventually was elected as Chairman and CEO at UTC. When he announced his retirement, it came as a bit of a surprise, but Chenevert's impact at UTC remains. Louis Chenevert set the bar very high for leadership at UTC. He never stopped pushing his company to achieve beyond their goals. His work ethic and belief in investing not only in innovation but in the people behind it allowed UTC to not only succeed under his leadership, but contribute significantly to progress in technology and their own business. While Chenevert's resignation affected the company, the legacy he left inspired future leaders to aspire to his goals and attitudes for the company. The United Technologies...

Capital Group Continues to be Strong

Business, CEO
Timothy Armour is the chief executive officer and chairman of the Capital Group and the Capital Research and Management Company and also the chairman of the Capital Group Management Committee. He is an equity portfolio manager with Capital Group. He has amassed more than 34 years of investment experience with The Capital Group. He originally started out with Capital Group as part of The Associates Program. Tim Armour later became an equity investment analyst at Capital, where he covered global communications and American service companies.   Tim Armour was appointed chairman of the Capital Group in 2015. Tim Armour was named chairman following the death of former chairman Jim Rothenberg. In 1994, he was appointed Senior Vice President of The American Funds, which is a branch of ...

Doctors Need the Right Kind of Data to Treat Cancer Says Eric Lefkofsky

Business, CEO's
While there is no doubt about the fact that doctors need data to successful treat cancer, it is the quality of data that they receive that is critically important. This includes a host of data that not just includes a patient's DNA and RNA make up, but also information about the treatment received by the patient's in the past and their response to it. So the need is to go beyond molecular data and encompass clinical data in including data about therapy and the outcome thereof. There is need to delve into quality data in a manner that one can arrive at the most accurate assessments. Say a group of breast cancer patients taking Herceptin reports that it is effective on 40% of the people and ineffective on the rest. There has to be a reason behind that. Perhaps they have diabetes, or maybe...

Julia Jackson’s Background Information and Career Journey

Business, Wines, Women
Julia Jackson is the daughter of Jess Jackson, an archetype in the wine sector and founder of the paramount Jackson Family Wines. She was born in 1988 and grew up in Sonoma wineries. She developed a passion for wine at a young age, and this was evident as she enjoyed picking and sorting grapes. Jess taught his children the ropes of the business when they were still young. Julia’s Education Background and Career in the Wine Industry Julia Jackson joined Scripps College in 2006 and graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art. After graduating, Julia’s father saw it fit for her to travel to France and make wine. That was the beginning of her career in the wine industry. Working at the cellar made her appreciate the efforts that the wine crew puts into the work. Julia has

Mike Baur Gives Hope to Aspiring Entrepreneurs through the Swiss Startup Factory

Business, Business Leaders, CEO
Currently, many digital entrepreneurs have excellent business ideas, but they have no one to support them either morally or financially. As such, this has contributed to the fall of numerous startup firms that are started by young entrepreneurs. There is no doubt that these digital entrepreneurs require a lot of support from established investors. Mike Baur is an investor who has dedicated more than 20 years of his life in helping startup businesses in Switzerland while he was working for the Swiss Private banking industry. While working in the bank, Baur realized that a lot of Swiss entrepreneurs with great business ideas had no access to capital and mentorship to establish their ventures. He began funding these startup businesses with his money, and it yielded a lot of returns. The now 3