George Soros’ Latest Investment – Refugees

Billionaire investor turned philanthropist, George Soros, has set his sights on a new investment. In an opinion piece for the Wall Street Journal, Soros has pledged to invest $500 million in refugees. Specifically, he will be investing in companies and startups that are founded by refugees as well as organizations that help refugees and their […]

Stephen Murray at CCMP Capital

There are a lot of people who want to grow a great business and change the world. For Stephen Murray, his business was his life’s work. Shortly after he left CCMP Capital, he would pass away. Although he is no longer with the company, the legacy and culture that he left continues to this day. […]

Significance of Laidlaw & Company’s advisory services

The ratio of bad investment advice to sound and sensible advice stands at 10:1. Many investment advisory companies seem to profit more from giving bad advice than to giving sound advice. For example, bad advice pays the bills for the financial media. Conversely, dissemination of bad advice to the securities industry is a lot more […]

Clay Siegall Drives Seattle Genetics through Development of ADC Programs.

Dr. Clay B. Siegall co-founded Seattle Genetics, Inc. in 1998, serves as the company’s Board chairman, and Chief Executive Officer. Seattle Genetics focuses on addressing unmet medical needs for cancer patients using antibody-based therapies. Through multiple strategic collaborations with companies in oncology, the company has managed to develop a broad pipeline of product candidates including […]

The Tarallucci e Vino Way

The Nomad Hotel The Nomad isn’t just an amazing place to dine at. If the night gets too long, you can change your plans immediately and spend the night. The hotel’s interior is designed by none other than Jacques Garcia and to accommodate up to 168 guests at a time. All rooms have a king-sized […]

The Need For Assisted Living

  There are often cases when assisted living is needed. Often times, people lose their mobility or their ability to take care of themselves at some point. This could be due to age, illness or accident. It is often heartbreaking for the person to find out that he is no longer able bodied and needs […]

Brad Reifler, Big Business Yielding High Dividends

Many people make up big business and Brad Reifler definitely falls into the category of big business, especially in the corporate financial world. Brad Reifler’s financial and managerial skills spans more than thirty years. His collegiate years were spent in Brunswick Maine at Bowdoin College, where he graduated in 1981 with a bachelor’s degree in […]

The Question of Surrogacy and Marriage

Should a same-sex married couple be subject to stricter regulations, when using a surrogate to adopt a child? In the majority of the states, the same laws and requirements apply to any married couple. Most states do not draw a distinction between the gender of the couple. However, recently, in Wisconsin-two men, Jay Timmons and […]