Paul Mampilly on Retirement in Millenials

September 30, 2018
By Rel

Millennials in today’s day and age are simply not putting their money where their mouth is, according to former hedge fund manager and investor Paul Mampilly. This is not inherently their fault from the beginning, as they have been growing up in a generation where education has been devalued and diluted to the point where

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Guiherme Paulus creates CVC Tour Company

September 24, 2018
By Rel

To be a successful business person, you must show exceptional dedication in pushing for what is “yours.” In today’s competitive world, it is easy to lose out on a business opportunity if you fail to show the right dedication to the business. It does not matter where you start, as long as the passion is

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Charlamange Tha God on Kamikaze and Beyond

September 11, 2018
By Rel

Charlamagne Tha God has recently been included in several hot button topics lately, none more influential than Eminem’s album Kamikaze. The rapper has taken the time to address certain celebrities, topics, and people in order to put some issues to rest, and bring about new ones. Charlamagne Tha God, who has always been an outspoken

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Chris Burch Is A Business Owner, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist

September 11, 2018
By Rel

There are many aspiring investors and entrepreneurs popping up these days trying to build a successful career in wake of giants such as Chris Burch. Chris Burch is a veteran in the corporate industry as a successful businessman and entrepreneur, starting up several successful companies over the years, including Burch Creative Capital. This investment company

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Robert Ivy’s Lifetime Achievement Award

September 2, 2018
By Rel

Robert Ivy, the Executive Vice President and CEO of the American Institute of Architects, is an American Architect and Journalist. Ivy became Vice President in 2011. Robert Ivy attended Sewanee: The University of the South, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Following this, Ivy was accepted into an architectural program at Tulane University.

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