Month: August 2017

Gregory Aziz: Adding Innovation to Railroad Freight Car Industry

Posted by in Business, Business Leader, Canada, CEOs, Philanthrophist, Technology

Gregory James Aziz, the Chief Executive Officer, Chairman, and President of National Steel Car, is known for adding innovation to railroad freight car industry by challenging and raising the performance bar for himself and the firm. His thoughtful leadership helped National Steel Car to become the largest railroad car manufacturer in North America. Greg Aziz…

Clay Siegall’s Early Life Career Journey

Posted by in Therapeutics

About Clay Siegall Dr. Clay Siegall established Seattle Genetics, the biggest biotech in Washington in 1998. The company has a chief drug, Adcetris, which cures Hodgkin lymphoma, a cancer of the lymph system and can affect other organs. The drug was recently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Clay Siegall holds a Bachelor…

Gregory Aziz and His Incredible Work at National Steel Car

Posted by in Business, Business Leader, Canada, CEOs, Tech Leaders

Greg Aziz is the current President, Chairman, and CEO of National Steel Car. Steel Car is in Hamilton, Ontario and is considered as one of the top railroad freight car engineering and manufacturing companies.   Greg and National Steel Car In 1994, Greg successfully purchased National Steer from Dafasco. In the late 1980s and early…

The Life Of The Activist James Larkin

Posted by in Business, Business Leader

James Larkin was an activist and labor organizer who lived from 1874 to 1947. He was born in Liverpool, England but became known as an Irish activist. He was the founder of the Irish Transport and General Workers’ Union (ITGWU) which grew under his leadership to be the biggest union in Ireland. In the aftermath…

Amicus Therapeutics Mixes Research With Humanity

Posted by in Health

Amicus Therapeutics, Inc. is an international biotechnology company whose primary goal is to treat disastrous rare and orphan diseases, and Migalastat is its breakout drug (YahooFinance). Amicus Therapeutics’ drug therapy research targets mutated proteins in their search to develop new medicines.   Proteins are needed to maintain life. Hair, nails are made of proteins. Proteins…

Osteo Relief Institute Helps Patients Return To Normal As Quick As Possible

Posted by in Osteoarthritis

Did you know that arthritis is actually quite common? Do you understand what arthritis actually is? What most people have mistaken for a disease is actually more than just a single one disease. The disease of arthritis is actually more than 100 different styles of arthritis with more than 50 million people in the United…

Mr. Eli Gershkovitch and His Role in the Canadian Craft Beer Industry

Posted by in Canada

It is no secret that Canadians are fond of their beer. Beer is the most common alcoholic beverage in this nation, with craft beer having a reawakening in Canada. Even as the per capita consumption of beer falls, the demand and sales of craft beer keep on going high. The following are the most popular…

Glen Wakeman is on the Cutting Edge of Business Innovation

Posted by in Business Advice

Glen Wakeman is a businessman and entrepreneur. In 1981, he earned a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Economics and Finance from the University of Scranton and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Finance from the University of Chicago in 1993. With his education in hand, he took on the business world and…

Jason Hope: a Futurist with a Heart to Make the Lives of Others Better

Posted by in Internet Expert, Technology

Jason Hope is an accomplished Arizona-based investor in several industries, such as technology and biotechnology. He is also a futurist and a generous philanthropist. Jason studied at the Arizona State University-W.P Carey School of Business where he graduated with a Master’s in Business Administration. He also pursued a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the…

$1 million donated to Orange coast college

Posted by in Foucault Pendulum

$1 million dollars was donated to the Orange coast college in Costa Mesa, California. Funded in 1947 OCC enrols 25,000 students or more every semester for one of their more than 135 career programs. This particular community college offers two year associates of arts and science degrees and certificates, as well as others. A 91…

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