Jacob Gottlieb

Jacob Gottlieb: Biography and works Born in New York, Gottlieb’s parents were immigrants who settled in the United States in the 1960s. They were both successful experts, his father was a professor of economics at the City University, and his mother was a pediatrician in the city. With parents in these careers, it’s no wonder that Gottlieb took an early interest in both economics and healthcare and that these interests would guide his future learning and career quests. After his high school education. Gottlieb pursued economics and medicine, and completed a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Brown University, Rhode Read More


Madison Street Capital Initiates the Partnership Between Professional Pipe Inc. and KJM Capital LLC.

Madison street capital offers its services in various states. The corporation provides services such as expertise regarding mergers and acquisitions, corporate financial advisory services and offering financial opinions to private and public limited companies. As a company that has offices in various parts of the world including Asia, North America, and Africa, the company can serve many individuals on a global scale.       Background Data   As an international investment banking firm, Madison Street Capital has been able to seize a vast pool of clients. Among the clients who have sought the services of Madison Street Capital of Read More


“Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” and Sean Penn’s Take on Democracy

“Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” is Sean Penn’s new book that came out in March of 2018, and it looks to discuss what Sean Penn describes “the dark side of human nature” and democracy. In interviews with Trevor Noah, and Vogue Magazine, Penn describes how he has used a satirical, absurd, and hard to define topic, to discuss the current state of affairs in America. Penn begins by telling Noah that he always feels that when the U.S. tries to export democracy to other countries, the dark side of it is exposed, and these are fascist tendencies. The book Read More


Sussex Healthcare, Senior Living Home

Are you searching for a new and exciting career in healthcare? Would you like to make a difference in the lives of the elderly? Are you interested in helping people who have disabilities? Or maybe you are simply interested in brightening up someone’s day. If any of this sounds like the ideal career path to you, then you should consider working for Sussex Healthcare. Sussex Healthcare recently announced that it is looking for new members of its team. And even if you do not have an extensive amount of experience in the healthcare industry, this company is willing to give Read More


Whitney Wolfe Makes The Forbes 30 Under 30 List Again In 2018

Entrepreneur Whitney Wolfe is the Chief Executive Officer and the founder of Bumble. She began the Bumble operation in 2014. In addition to Bumble, which is a site and an app for dating, two new platform concepts were developed, and have been recently released. The two are named BumbleBFF, and BumbleBizz. Her company is estimated to be worth over $1 billion. Bumble is currently being sued for patent infringement, the charges brought against it by Match Group. Several dating sites, three of which include match.com, tinder.com, and plentyoffish.com, are operated by Match Group, and the company is claiming that there Read More


Isn’t the Federal Reserve Supposed to Stop Inflation? US Money Reserve Helps

Wasn’t the Federal Reserve (Fed) founded to control inflation? Has it been successful in this endeavor? How can the US Money Reserve help with runaway inflation?   Federal Reserve Charter   Why did the United States cede control of its economy to the Federal Reserve on December 23, 1913? Americans had fought numerous wars to be free with control over their economic affairs. What did the Fed have to offer?   Before the Fed, there were numerous financial crises that severely damaged the American economy. The Fed was given two primary goals when it was established: 1. Control Inflation and Read More


Securus Technologies: Taking a Proactive Role in Correctional Facility Security

New technology to make correctional facilities safer has been introduced by Securus Technologies. Wireless Containment Systems are a new technology that prevents contraband cell phones from being used in jails and prisons. The devices look and operate just like a conventional cell phone tower. The difference between the two is that the Wireless Containment System prevents the signal from leaving the facility. This makes it impossible for the inmate to place a call on the network the phone normally has service through. This invention brings a sigh of relief to many facility employees who consider contraband wireless devices to be Read More


Betsy DeVos Letting Faith Guide Actions

Betsy DeVos has served as the Secretary of Education in President Donald Trump’s administration since February 7, 2017, when Mike Pence cast the deciding vote for her confirmation. She has long been an advocate for school choice. Once she reached the office, she immediately called the head of the two largest teachers unions suggesting that they have a meeting. While one declined, she hit the road with the other one to visit schools across the United States.   While some question why Donald Trump picked her, those who have worked with her in Michigan say that she is a very Read More


US Money Reserve

In today’s turbulent world, it can be hard to protect your wealth from decreasing values and inflation. With recent geopolitical situations disturbing the financial markets, many investors are now looking for ways to ensure that their portfolio and wealth is safe. But what asset can you have that can guarantee that its value will not drop in bad times? This question can quickly be answered, and its answer is through gold and silver. This two asset has been known around the world for centuries and assets that actually go up in times of political and financial crisis, and is a Read More


Securus Technologies Develops Key Technology to Prevent Illegal Cellphone Use in Penal Systems

A major threat to the security of penal institutions is the unlawful introduction of cellphones into the inmate population. This happens with shocking regularity across the United States.   When inmates in correctional institutions are armed with illegal cellphones, they are able to continue their criminal activities, even while they are incarcerated. They can coordinate what proves to be very serious crimes from their jail cells. This includes everything from drug crimes to murder.   Former Florida corrections officer Robert Johnson is a prime example of what can happen when inmates have unlawful cellphones in their possession. Johnson worked for Read More


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