Felipe Montoro Jens’ Predictions For Brazil’s Economy

Posted on September 24, 2018 By

The implementation of infrastructure is a favorable prospect. Though this concept doesn’t elude most, outside influences have the power to thwart construction, in turn rendering infrastructure efforts an exercise in futility. Brazil is all too familiar with the reality of this notion, and it’s proven detrimental to their economy. Though Brazil continually makes attempts to…


Sameer Jejurikar Is A Dallas-Based Plastic Surgeon Who Works With The Latest Technology In His Field

Posted on September 15, 2018 By

Sameer Jejurikar is an MD who has been practicing plastic surgery in Dallas, Texas for more than two decades. He has been working to make the practice as safe as possible for just as long and is a passionate plastic surgeon who loves what he does. In interviews, he has admitted that his patients are…


Jake Gottlieb Altium

Posted on September 13, 2018 By

After running and managing different funds for about 20 years now, Stuart Weisbrod and Jacob Gottlieb have reunited under the same roof. The duo has ever worked together earlier at Merlin BioMed Group, and they are both great investors in healthcare. Therefore, the two have a full spectrum of knowledge about each other. Presently, Jacob…


The take of Flavio Maluf on Agribusiness in Brazil

Posted on September 9, 2018 By

Flavio Maluf was born on December 2, 1961. He is the son of a renowned Brazilian politician, Paulo Maluf. He attended FAAP, Fundação Armando AlvaresPenteado, University in Brazil where he managed to graduate with a degree in Mechanical engineering. He also furthered his studies in New York University where he attained a degree in Business…


Lacey and Larkin: Arpaio did not deserve a pardon

Posted on September 3, 2018 By

In 2007, Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin, the owners of the Village Voice Media, were arrested by Joe Arpaio. The arrest came after the Phoenix New Times, one of the papers owned by the Village Voice media published a story about a possible corruption case involving Arpaio. Read more: Lacey and Larkin Speak Out on…