After a year of working in the role as the Operating Executive for Marlin Equity Partners, Shaygan Kheradpir has succeed Pat DiPietro as CEO and Chairman of the Board of Coriant. Coriant provides network solutions to major telecom companies in over 10 countries around the world. According to a recent article, Kheradpir was chosen for the slot due to his level of experience as a leader in the business and technology industries and his positive performance with Marlin Equity Partners. Marlin Equity Partners is the owner of Coriant industries and former CEO DiPietro is expected to be taking on the position vacated by Kheradpir. This latest appointment is only one of the many achievements Kheradpir has made in his 28 years in business.
Saygan Kheradpir received his Bachelors Degree and Masters Degrees as well as his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University where he later served as an adjunct professor. He is a past member of the National Institute of Standard and Technology and was included to the Hall of Fame of CIO Magazine in 2007. Read more: http://www.shaygankheradpir.com/
The development by his team of FiOS during his term at Verizon is especially notable. FiOS had a capital investment of over $20 billion and is known as one of the largest ever infrastructure programs developed in the United States. His leadership at Barclays, a company with over 1,500 employee, helped the expansive financial company to create a program that updated and modernized the payment system at their 50 worldwide locations.
Kheradpir has throughout his entire career helped all his employers to find new ways of solving their technology concerns as well as making it possible for these companies to create additional technology solutions that aid their own customers. He currently holds several patents for technology, media and payment systems. He is expected to continue his tradition of modernizing and improving technology and media while serving as the leader at Coriant.
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Thor Halvorssen is the founder of the Human Rights Foundation (HRF) and is an avowed and dedicated human rights activist. He has come out in opposition to the socialist governments in Venezuela and Cuba and as such became an advocate for the right-leaning Weekly Standard and Fox News. But Halvorssen has an individualistic mindset concerning whoever is committing human rights violations. Recently interviewed by a Fox News commentator who wanted to do a hatchet job on Bernie Sanders because of his socialistic leanings, Fox News was shocked when Halvorssen not only was in agreement with Sanders’ socialist value system but was an avid supporter of the candidate having given Sanders the largest donation allowable by law.
The Weekly Standard wanted to know more about this unique advocate for human rights and sent a writer to do an in-depth study.
The writer discovered that Thor Halvorssen began life surrounded by extreme wealth. His home in Venezuela came equipped with a sauna, pool, library, billiard room and a servant’s wing for a staff that included a driver, bodyguard, gardener, butler, cook, and governess. His parents instilled in him a sense of extending family status to the staff.
Halvorssen rejects the conservative label applied to him by many and claims to be a classic liberal in the John Stuart Mill mold. He is an equal opportunity activist attacking target on both sides of the political spectrum.
He was sent to an English boarding school where he first encountered and then overcame bullying.
After beginning his foundation, Halvorssen appointed Vaclav Havel as the chairman of HRF, who served until his death in 2011 at which time Halvorssen selected the Russian chess grandmaster and political activist strongly opposed to Vladimir Putin, Garry Kasparov as foundation chairman. Kasparov protested the imprisonment of the band, Pussy Riot, and was carried off and assaulted by the Russian police. Pussy Riot was convicted of the crime of singing an anti-Putin song, and the band was sentenced to serve two years behind bars.
Thor Halvorssen is a unique humanitarian who serves to advance the human condition against any repressive political system anywhere in the world.
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When you look at the life of Stephen Murray, there are a lot of things that stand out and a lot of positives. He has done a lot with his time on earth. He has done so much that even though he is sadly no longer with us, his impact is still felt to this day. That is the kind of power he had as a person.
Nothing he did, he did the easy way. He believed in the old fashioned way of rolling up your sleeves, getting to work, and going the extra mile. As the old adage says, if you are going to do something, you should do it right. Steve Murray always did it right all the way up until his death.
It all started for Stephen with his education and he went to school at Boston College where he received a degree in economics. He went even further with his education in 1989 by getting his master’s degree in business administration from Columbia Business School.
In fact, he believed in the old adage that knowledge was power. The better suited you are for a situation, the better off you will be in the long run. When you prepare and have done your homework, it will help you later on in life. Read more: CCMP’s Murray dead at 52
In addition to that, after school, he went on to great success as president and chief executive officer of CCMP Capital. He was someone that had a clear vision and he stuck to it and saw it all the way through. As president, there is a lot of responsibility on your plate and a lesser man might not be able to handle it.
However, according to Fortune, someone like Stephen Murray enjoyed the challenge and enjoyed the chance to do something special. He would think long and hard and look for any solution that he could to whatever problem was put in front of him. In fact, he didn’t see them as problems.
He saw them as a chance to learn something new and grow as president. This doesn’t even touch on his great charity work with Make-A-Wish. When you have accomplished all of this and done so much, no one can take it away from you.
Learn more about Steve Murray: https://www.pehub.com/2007/10/5-questions-with-stephen-murray/
JustFab is an online subscription fashion store that contains a range of jewelry, handbags, shoes and denim. JustFab was founded in 2010 by two entrepreneurs, Adam Goldenberg and Don Ressler. Adam Goldenberg was an entrepreneur at an early age. At the age of 15 he founded his own company Gamers Alliance which he sold to Intermix Media in 1999. Goldenberg then dropped out of high school and joined Intermix Media as the Vice president of Strategic Planning. Adam Goldenberg became the youngest Chief Operating Officer of the company at the age of 20.
It was while at Intermix Media that Adam Goldenberg met Don Ressler. Don was a specialist in brand building and in 2001 sold his own company FitnessHeaven.com to Intermix Media. The two became friends and teamed up to start their own company Intelligent Beauty when News Corporation acquired Intermix Media in 2005. Mr. Adam Goldenberg served as its Chief Executive officer. He has been the president of Brentwood Cosmetics and Alena LLC since 2004. He was also the head of Performance Marketing Group at Intermix. His experience of more than five years in product development and internet marketing has made him one of the leaders in the field.
Half a decade after its founding, JustFab is the leading e-commerce subscription company and boasts of approximately 35 million members all over the world. The company has spread to various countries such as France, Spain, Germany, UK and Canada. Three years after it was founded JustFab’s total funding was $300 million, making it a ‘unicorn’ the name given to companies which have valuations of over a billion dollars.
The subscription fee is $39.95(VIP membership) monthly and when members register they are required to complete a survey where they state their fashion tastes. At the start of each month the member can choose items based on their tastes, seek new options or skip the month at no cost. Goldenberg is convinced that in the next 20 years half of the world’s population will be shopping online so JustFab is focusing on building a great brand. The success of the company so far lies in the seriousness they give on customer feedback. Employees analyze the feedback and adjust accordingly to make the customers happy. Reference: http://www.builtinla.com/2014/01/18/3-la-ceos-you-need-know-now-adam-goldenberg-justfab