Month: August 2017

Daniel Taub a diplomat with strong religious and cultural beliefs

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Daniel Taub, the former State of Israel ambassador to London, is a Jew who was born in 1962 in Britain. As he was presenting his credentials to the Queen, he wore his kippah. From this gesture, it was pretty clear that he held his culture and beliefs very close and would not put them aside…

Brian Torchin Loves To Help Medical Physicians and Patients Alike

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Brian Torchin is an experienced chiropractor that founded HCRC Staffing with the goal of enhancing the hiring experiences of medical professionals. His interest in medicine began when he attended the University of Deleware and began learning about exercise science. Eventually Brian earned a Bachelor’s of Exercise Science and also went on to earn a degree…

Fantasy Football Ranking for the well informed

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The world of fantasy football is much like the regular national football league; it is filled with ups and downs. Take the projected season of Martavis Bryant. This 6 foot 4 inch wide receiver was projected to do great things with his height and speed. Playing for the Pittsburg Steelers and their gun slinging quarter…

Sujit Choudhry Supports Constitutional Change

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In a recent interview, Sujit Choudhry talked about his support for his support for constitutional change. He is behind the idea and development of The Center for Constitutional Transitions. This organization helps generate and mobilize knowledge which is used to help support for building a constitution. It helps build constitution building by gathering and leading…

NexBank’s Reinvention of community banking

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The role of John Holt As the president and the CEO of NexBank, Holt attended the 5th Annual Banker’s Association meeting held in Texas. In this meeting, John explained the role of community banking in the economy of the country. With increasing rate of unemployment in the country, the banking sector has helped in improving…

Impeccable Journey of Porfirio Sanchez Galindo and Group Televisa

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Presently it is becoming quite usual to think of Group Televisa when the name Porfirio Sanchez Galindo and vice versa. It has been a remarkable relationship spanning over eight years. Porfirio joined the company after being invited by Group Televisa’s Vice President Alfonso de Angoitia. He took the offer and turned down a job at…

Sujit Choudhry: An Expert On Constitutional Law And Constitution Building

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Comparative constitutional law specialist Sujit Choudhry is the founder of the Center of Constitution Transitions. The organization generates, gathers and shares accurate, up-to-date, information on constitution building. Its goal is to help experts answer the complex questions countries face when creating their constitutions. Choudhry was born in India and has law degrees from the United…

Professor Sujit Choudhry: Advisor and Constitutional Expert

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Sujit Choudhry is an internationally honored authority on comparative constitutional law and politics. He is a professor of Law both at the University of California and Berkeley School of Law. Sujit is an advisor and a legal expert who has been involved in constitutional building in many countries such as Ukraine, Tunisia, South Africa, Nepal,…

Jason Hope, Jawa, and the Internet of Things

Posted by in Internet Business, Technology

If your career relied upon predicting the future of technology, how well would you do? Well, for Jason Hope the world waits on bated breath every time he takes to his work. Jason Hope is renowned futurist, a public speaker, and a published author. Hope’s focus has always been on tech trends and where they…

Sujit Choudhry Helps Ukraine Streamline Their Governance Issues

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Ukraine is one of the countries that have been in the news in the past few years for all the wrong reasons. The political situation in the country has been worsening with every passing day, and the unrest in the country has also taken lives of hundreds and thousands of people in the past couple…

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