Monthly Archives: May 2018

Mr. Adam Milstein And His Post On The Jerusalem Post

Adam Milstein is primarily a financial services industry executive, though Mr. Milstein also serves his family in the roles of philanthropist and writer, among other less-taken roles. Mr. Adam Milstein was born in 1952 in Israel, though moved to the United States in 1981. Prior to his emigration out of the State of Israel into […]

David Zalik grows GreenSky Credit into major source of consumer financing

The U.S. economy has more than 70 percent of its total output wrapped up in consumer spending. The fact that consumer spending has continued to grow over the last 10 years, despite stagnating wages and overall declining job participation and job quality, can be partially attributed to the financial innovations that have taken place in […]

Dick and Betsy DeVos: promoters of change in and outside of Michigan

Dick and Betsy DeVos are Michigan born philanthropists and political activists. Not only have they helped transform the city of Grand Rapids, they have helped enact policy changes in health services and the education system in and outside of Michigan. Dick DeVos is heir to the Amway Corporation co-founded by his father. Also an heir […]

The Reign of Lori Senecal As the CEO at CP&B

Lori Senecal, the CP&B CEO is expected to step down from this role at MDC Partners Company. She is also likely to quit the ad or advertising business.   Crispin Porter & Bogusky is a well-integrated, full services agency that is 24/7 working, clutch-saving, hard-charging, and on-timing, pop-culture changing, overnight FedExing as well as marketing […]

Doe Deere of Lime Crime Talks About Leading A Brand That’s Vegan Friendly

In April, 2018, Doe Deere sat with the online publication Stylist. She discussed what is was like leading a vegan brand and being fearless. The first thing Doe Deere was asked was what makes a cult product or brand. She responded by saying it was all about being unique, which is what the word “cult” […]