Great article and great opportunity!
With this proposed image, public media, personality, election and acting promotions corporation, clients can vie/campaign and take a stand as world administrator, prime minister, president, chancellor and any office of ANY organization, in any and all languages to media, government offices, news agencies, businesses.
The intriguing part of this company is not just public response, but potential clients. Of course those who actually run for public and private office can employ and use worldadministration.com, which remains in existence indefinitely, yet the focus of this start-up is the poor, mental patients, drug addicts, felons, the disenfranchised and even the dead, Archangels, God(s) and ET’s! That’s right, you can literally run your unborn child as world administrator for any and all public offices, and safely run a symbol, a pen name and an organization!
Do not say those who turn the world on its…
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I absolutely love LinkedIn! As a social media platform for professionals, it has everything that you need to show case your work and truly stand out from the crowd. However, I’ve noticed that people don’t really use LinkedIn to their advantage.
The big question is: What makes LinkedIn is so much different from just having a resume? In my opinion, careers, business & networking have all seriously changed. You used to go to conferences or meetings and wait for that question: ‘so what do you do?’ It was enough to simply reply with a job title and follow this up with a business card.
Now it’s different, people don’t just want to hear about your work, they need to see examples. Especially in industries that have only just begun to take off recently such as: App designing, content managing, online community management, blogging and so on. The beauty of LinkedIn is…
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By MIKE ISAAC and DAVID GELLES
Bill Maris of Google Ventures explains why the firm was only willing to invest in the start-up Secret up to a point.
Published: May 4, 2015 at 06:00PM
from NYT Technology http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/05/05/the-lessons-google-ventures-learned-from-secret/
Opened by the Premier and attended by more than 3000 people, our team had the pleasure to attend Ontario’s leading innovation showcase last week, Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) Discovery event, which was held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. With keynotes and panels from change-makers, such as YouTube’s co-founder Chad Hurley and the heads of Airbnb and Uber in Canada, to outstanding panels, and hundreds of the most innovative companies and start ups that are part of Ontario’s innovation ecosystem, Discovery truly “offers a glimpse into the future.”
Canada has been developing a flourishing entrepreneurial environment, which is essential to its economic development and building it to its future generation. There is a lot to be excited for in Ontario. As we saw at Discovery, Ontario is and has been investing heavily to support the plethora of start-ups and innovative companies, making it a global competitor that thrives…
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Excellent opportunity great article!
By MIKE ISAAC and STEPHANIE STROM
Chipotle’s burritos are a smartphone tap away through an official partnership with the delivery start-up Postmates.
Published: April 22, 2015 at 06:00PM
Really interesting figures to see how all folds out!
On stage at Lincoln Center in Manhattan for the 20th annual Sohn Investment Conference, a slate of renowned hedge fund managers from David Einhorn to Bill Ackman had 15 minutes apiece to pitch their best investment ideas.
Following Einhorn’s presentation on why he is shorting Pioneer Natural Resources and other oil frackers, a series of stock pickers discussed their bullish bets.
Here’s a rundown of who’s long on which companies, and why:
Barry Rosenstein, founder and managing partner of Jana Partners: Qualcomm
Extolling the virtues of shareholder activism, Rosenstein described what he called a “before and after picture” of investor influence in the boardroom—using as his examples two companies in which Jana Partners had invested in order to push for improvements to the business. “One is working constructively with shareholders, and I think one will in the future,” Rosenstein said.
The first (the “after” picture) was Walgreens, which…
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On this day in 1986, the world’s worst nuclear plant accident occurred at the Chernobyl plant in the then-Soviet Union. The disaster marked a turning point in nuclear history. Source: History.com