Monthly Archives: March 2016

Building Trust After Olympic Valley Incorporation Fight

CEO of Squaw Valley Ski, Andy Wirth, who has been one of the leading forces in the fight against incorporation is looking happy and mentions that the last 4 years have been terrible for some businesses and he is glad … Continue reading

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How Good Leadership Has Made CCMP Capital a Market Giant

Proper headship is imperative to the success of any business entity. Corporate executives provide guidance and impetus to their firms and this helps steer them through sustained eras of success. ranks CCMP Capital is one of the firms whose … Continue reading

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Fabletics Opens Physical Stores and Plans to Open More

  Affordable activewear was the reasoning behind Fabletics according to founders, Don Ressler, Adam Goldenberg and Kate Hudson. The growing company, which was founded in 2013 has announced it will be opening physical store locations, according to a Racked article. … Continue reading

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Breaking Out Beauty Norms

Nothing is more empowering to women than seeing a woman who dresses up the way she wants and does things the way she wants. In this age where it’s easy to bring somebody down with a simple comment, more and … Continue reading

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DeVos Donates for More School Choice

Wealthy families are being revealed to be some of the most generous contributors of philanthropic activities and charities. However, they could afford to be as generous as they are. They also are more knowledgeable of different charities and campaigns that … Continue reading

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Andy Wirth, CEO and Philanthropist, is Confident Leader of the Olympic Ski Resort

In recent years, Lake Tahoe residents have been in a struggle concerning the incorporation of their town. Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, led by Andy Wirth, sees incorporation as a hindrance to the local businesses, which would lead to higher taxes, … Continue reading

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Slyce Releases Year End Report

Slyce, which is a visual search platform has released its year end financial results for the end of the fourth quarter in Oct 31, 2015. The announcements that were made included a partnership with the website called SHOES.COM. This is … Continue reading

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QNet Wishes to Work with Women Entrepreneurs

With the arrival of International Women’s Day, QNet has chosen to make a very public announcement about women entrepreneurs. The company is strongly encouraging women to affiliate with the company and become direct sellers. QNet is interested in grooming a … Continue reading

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Helane Morrison and the Glass Ceiling

One of the common complaints about being a woman in the workforce throughout the years has been the glass ceiling. However, it is very hard for someone to do that. Fortunately, there is a person who has managed this accomplishment … Continue reading

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An Insight On Kevin Seawright And His New Position At The Newark Community Project

Kevin Seawright is a famous name in the business executive management sector. This is due to the many years of service in the industry. Kevin Seawright is currently the executive vice president and chief financial officer at the Newark Community … Continue reading

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