Trabuco Seeks To Repeat Past Successes In Role As Chairman Of Bradesco

     Over the history of Bradesco, one of the largest banks in Brazil, no one has proven to be a more valuable employee to the firm then Luiz Carlos Trabuco. After coming to work for the company all the way back in 1969, Trabuco has proven to be one of the most adept and visionary employees that the firm has ever had the privilege of counting among its ranks. Throughout...

Posted on July 26, 2018Read More

A Look At What Samoa Offers To Tourists

     There are a number of airlines that fly to Fagali I Airport which lies on one the main island that makes up the nation of Samoa. Polynesian Airlines is owned by this country’s federal government and they have flights to this single airstrip airport. They doubled the number of daily flights to this airport to 14 back in December 2016. Talofa Airways also has...

Posted on July 21, 2018Read More

The Melt Up With Stansberry Research

In recent months, the team at Stansberry Research has been playing close attention to the so-called “Melt Up” taking place in the financial world. A melt up happens when the stock market rises for investor-driven reasons, rather than quantifiable economic improvements.   Stansberry Digest readers know that analysts including Steve Sjuggerud have predicted this for...

Posted on June 01, 2018Read More

Alexandre Gama Wins At Life And In Advertising

     Advertisers all around Brazil – as far north as Roraima and as south as Rio Grande do Sul – hate serving businesses whose competitors have hired Neogama or Alexandre Gama to represent those competing organizations in marketing campaigns. Why would anyone not want to compete against the best of the best? Alexandre Gama is widely respected across...

Posted on May 22, 2018Read More

Bruno Fagali — Social Ethics and the Case Against Big Tobacco

     Bruno fagali is a legal professional who has the public in mind whilst he works. His law company is one of the most popular in the country of Brazil. By practicing regulation law for over two decades he has elevated himself to a higher state of efficacy that many others try to reach. His forte is preserving human rights and ethics. He believes in the potential of...

Posted on April 05, 2018Read More

Dr. Saad Saad Works Help To Help Assist Children

Children’s health is a passion for many doctors. Pediatricians love what they do. They help children get better and live longer and healthier habits. One pediatrician who wants to do all he can to help children in every single way is Dr. Saad Saad. Dr. Saad is a pediatrician based in the United States. Here, he sees patients. As a surgeon, he is integral in helping to...

Posted on April 03, 2018Read More

The Career of Architect Robert Ivy

     Robert Ivy graduated with a Bachelors degree of arts in English from Sewanee, University of The South and a Masters degree in Architecture from Tulane University. In the year 1996, Ivy became the Editor in chief of Architectural Record after which he was appointed the Editorial Director and Vice President of McGraw-Hill Construction. In his service till 2010, Ivy...

Posted on March 19, 2018Read More

American Institute of Architects: Dedicated to Design

     The architect Robert Ivy received his masters from Tulane University, which is a private university in New Orleans, Louisiana. Ivy is the Chief Executive Officer and the Executive Vice President for the American Institute of Architects. He started this position in 2011. The American Institute of Architects operates out of Washington, D.C., and provides resources to...

Posted on February 20, 2018Read More

Ted Bauman Expresses His Reservations on Bitcoin as a Currency

      On a recent post published by Banyan Publishing, Ted Bauman writes a damning article on bitcoin’s capabilities of being used as currency if some fundamental changes are not effected on its underlying technology. Basically explained, Bitcoin is an encrypted form of digital currency that only exists within a given network of computers. This computer network is...

Posted on December 02, 2017Read More

American Institute of Architects Upholding the Architecture Profession

     The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is an American professional organization primarily for architects. The organization provides advocacy, education, public outreach and community redevelopment to assist the profession and maintain its good public image. AIA has its headquarters in Washington D.C. The reputable professional organization was founded by 13...

Posted on November 30, 2017Read More