The Magnificent Lake Tahoe Skiing And Resorts

Posted by SS Admin on August 30, 2016 in Best Destinations |


Laidlaw & Company Are Involved with an Intriguing Mystery

Posted by SS Admin on August 17, 2016 in Investing |

Like a lot of people I’ve always loved mysteries. The pages of fiction are where I usually get my latest fix of mystery and intrigue. But every now and then a real life mystery speaks to my inner detective. Though this might be the first instance I can think of where it was more about the economics of research funding procedure than anything more human interest. And the main reason is that economics and research are the main banner between the legal fight between Laidlaw & Company and Relmada Therapeutics. Laidlaw, the banking firm, had been financing Relmada’s medical research on new medications for chronic pain. As such they felt some measure of control was deserved. But what makes this really interesting is that the judge ordered a temporary restraining order and associated injunction against Laidlaw. There’s few things more interesting than a case where information has been sealed away. So I jumped into the role of digital detective and began looking for more information online. The first stop was to investigate the party which was now least able to speak for itself. I loaded up Laidlaw’s website in an attempt to learn more about them. And I was immensely pleased by what I found. Laidlaw has a style and history which can’t be denied. Amazingly enough they fit right in with the writing of Doyle himself. The company actually existed and functioned within the Victorian period of Europe. Knowing they were around back then really lended them a certain gravitas for me. But the human element is what really convinced me that the company was probably in the right. Or at least acting with positive intent. In particular, I was impressed by the representation the company’s executives had within the site. Matthew Eitner and James Ahern were particularly impressive in how open they were about their life. It was clear that the company wasn’t working to fund medical research for pure profit alone. Both men were involved with charity and medical works to the point where it was clear their hearts were in the right place. And given their leadership role within Laidlaw I think it’s safe to say that it’s the corporate viewpoint as well.


Susan McGalla: Women can make it in the business world

Posted by SS Admin on August 15, 2016 in Business News |

Despite many women rising on top of their careers in different fields, some women are still not aware of what they can do to achieve or be successful on ireport.cnn.com. In these modern times, unequal pay or even inequality and even few women in the boardroom is something that has been taken care of. Many […]


Using Evolution Of Smooth To Have Softer Lips

Posted by SS Admin on August 15, 2016 in Business of Beauty |

Everyone who is trying to take care of their lips needs to make sure that they have something in their pocket that they can use. They have to have something that will work no matter what the weather is like outside, and that is why Evolution of Smooth is such a good idea. It is […]


Duda Melzer Efforts to Turn Visions to Reality

Posted by SS Admin on August 12, 2016 in Brazilians |

Recently, Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer popularly identified by his nickname Duda Melzer was chosen as the chief executive officer of RBS group. He is also the chief founder of e.Bricks an investment firm in Brazil. Duda is one of the grandsons of Mauricio Sirotsky Sobrinho who is the founder of RBS Group. For over 12 years, […]


Philanthropist Dick DeVos, a Man who Truly Loves Children

Posted by SS Admin on August 10, 2016 in Philanthropic Leaders |

For many Americans, Dick DeVos is not a stranger. He has ventured in many fields with tremendous success, which makes him a bit of a public figure. A graduate of Northwood University, DeVos began his career in 1974 as lower cadre employee of Amway rising to become the vice president of the company in 1984. […]


Tarallucci e Vino; Catering A Taste of Italy in NYC

Posted by SS Admin on August 8, 2016 in italian restaurant NYC |

American Cut Craving steak? Maybe you’d prefer oysters, crabcakes, blackened chicken or Caesar salad? American Cut has a great selection of mouth-watering dishes to choose from. The warm atmosphere of this beautifully traditional steakhouse is a modernized, throw-back to an earlier era of New York dining. Fox News round-up of ‘Top 5 Steakhouses in the U.S.’ ranked American Cut Tribeca as #1, in 2015 and in 2013, they were awarded as one of the ‘Best Steakhouses in the U.S.’ by Travel+ Leisure. It’s no wonder they’re so well loved with owner/chef Marc Forgione; a winner of Food Network’s ‘The Next Iron Chef’. So come relax, have a cocktail and if you didn’t bring your appetite…you’ll surely find it here! Gramercy Tavern Choose between The Tavern or the Dining Room. Walk-ins are welcome at The Tavern’s friendly, casual atmosphere. Unwind with a drink, choose from an a’-la-carte menu or for dinner enjoy a four course tasting menu of unique, new American cuisine. Reservations are recommended for the stylish Dining Room that also offers a’-la-carte at lunch and tasting menus with fixed prices. A Private Dining Room is available, seating up to 22 people. Executive Chef Michael Anthony exploits the local vegetables from Union Square Market to create original, unusual dishes; often incorporating edible flowers! What’s on the menu is usually what’s in season. Also, their unmatched sense of community support reaches to charities such as City Harvest, God’s love We Deliver, Grow NYC and many more. Pleasant atmosphere, great food and caring staff make it clear why patrons have enjoyed Gramercy Tavern since 1994. Tarallucci e Vino Terallucci e Vino serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner of traditional Italian retaurant cuisine with modern flare. Before coming to New York, Chef Riccardo Bilotta, from Trieste, Italy had cooked in places such as the 5-star Regina Baglioni Hotel in Rome, La Broche in Madrid and ll Pelicano Hotel in Tuscany. Utilizing nearby Union Square Market’s fresh vegetables, Chef Riccardo’s menu reflects what’s in season. And, Oh my… the pastries! Yes, so many kinds of delicious, decadent pastries baked fresh, daily. If searching for a place to hold your special event, two different rooms are available to suite your group’s needs: The Mezzanine is a homey room where your guests will relax and enjoy the bar, custom brick tables, antique cabinets, mirrors, beautiful artwork and a comfortable lounge. Perfect for small gatherings of 30 to 80 people, it even boasts a wine cellar that would make any connoisseur envious! The more spacious 6th Floor Loft can be prepared for any kind of event while hosting up to 120 people. It features a bar, custom tables, antique mirrors and gorgeous chandeliers. Offsite catering is also available. Tarallucci e Vino’s team are THE specialist’s when it comes to hosting events. They’re meticulously efficient planners, leaving memorable impressions that exceed client expectations. Let them make your next gathering special.


Stephen Murray: An Impact That Won’t Soon Be Forgotten

Posted by SS Admin on August 8, 2016 in Business, Legacy |

We all hope to live long and healthy lives and make the world a better place that it was when we entered it. Stephen Murray is one of those cases of gone too soon, gone way too soon. His loss, to this day, is still felt by so many people. That is the kind of […]

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