Monthly Archives: January 2018

Betsy DeVos Sets Precedent for Change at Department of Education

Jan 22, 2018 | | Say something

While much of the world is glued to the Twitter page of President Donald J. Trump, Betsy DeVos is quietly getting to work at her new post as Secretary of Education. Donald Trump has done many things at a large and loud level, almost always keeping the attention on him, while his political appointments have […more]

Todd Lubar: A Brilliant Mind in Times of Challenges

Jan 18, 2018 | | Say something

Todd Lubar is the current president at TDL Global Ventures, LLC. The company is known for their partnership with establishments that managed to change the economy of the cities where they are living, and they are considered as one of the top contributors to the revenue of a local government. Being a well-known businessman and […more]

Daniel Taub Is Ready For Dialogue With Bradford

Jan 10, 2018 | | Say something

Controversial statements made by Bradford West MP George Galloway, prompted a visit to Bradford on Monday by Israeli Ambassador to Britain Daniel Taub. In a speech, Galloway declared his city an Israeli-free zone.   Taub insisted his visit was the result of invitations from faith leaders and counselors, according who wanted to discuss Galloway’s comments, […more]

Securus Wireless Containment Will Keep Prisons Safer

Jan 9, 2018 | | Say something

The most important tool for gangs to stay in control in prison is communication. The cell phone allows for gang members to both have communication between themselves and to make contacts with the outside world. Securus technologies have been monitoring such behavior and are creating solutions to keep it at bay within prisons.   Prisons […more]

Luiz Carlos Trabuco Climbs Corporate Ladder Of Bradesco From The Ground Up

Jan 4, 2018 | | Say something

It is rare today to hear of genuine stories of class transcendence, the kind that used to be told by the likes of Horatio Alger and that informed many people’s conception of what it meant to live in first-world countries like America. For multiple reasons, the class mobility of the world’s leading countries has stagnated, […more]