Monthly Archives: July 2016

Laidlaw & Company Presents a Difficult Court Case

A recent court case between a financial bank and a medical research company has made me reconsider some of the ways in which I view the world. I never really gave much thought to how medicine arrives on the drugstore’s shelves. But a recent story about a financial group, Laidlaw & Company, has made me appreciate just how complex an issue it can be. This is illustrated by the fact that they’re currently in a legal battle with Relmada Therapeutics. At the moment this has resulted in a temporary restraining order and associated injunction against Laidlaw. This is due to a ruling that Laidlaw might be spreading false or malicious information about Relmada. What makes this case especially interesting is the simple fact that it’s so heavily tied into the creation and production of new therapies to treat chronic pain. It’s one of the more laudable goals that one could participate in. Obviously Relmada wants to get their products into people’s hands. And Laidlaw can be assumed to feel the same. But sometimes the world of business can derail even the most altruistic ideals. To better understand the nature of their disagreement I looked into Laidlaw’s website. As far as the company itself goes, I was rather surprised to see just how established an institution it is. A company that has been around since 1842 is certainly doing something right. And the fact that they’ve had a great deal of international success also points to some wise decisions within the company. But in the end it’s that decision making process which can best inform one’s opinion of a company. The people at the top who make the decisions are really the heart of an organization. For Laidlaw, that’s Matthew Eitner and James Ahern. I think one of the more notable aspects to them and to the company is the fact that both men are heavily featured within the site. They’re obviously proud of their work and happy to be associated with Laidlaw. And both men have a very impressive background. Not just within the business or financial sector either. In the end what made me like the company is the fact that both of them are also heavily involved with charity and similar endeavors. It’s a human side that makes me think that the company is trying to do the right thing. Original Source: https://www.thestreet.com/story/13394818/1/us-federal-court-issues-temporary-restraining-order-against-laidlaw-company-and-its-principals-matthew-eitner-and-james-ahern.html

Makari: The Natural Skin Lightening Revolution

Proper skincare is something we should all strive for, but unfortunately life gets in the way. The way we live truly effects our bodies and since the skin is the largest organ of the body, it takes the brunt of … Continue reading

Duda Melzer Lights The Path For His Employees To Shine

As President of Grupo RBS, the family media conglomerate, Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer, known as Duda to family and friends, is known as a leader that brings out the best in his team by allowing each individual to shine. Even though Melzer is young for a CEO, he inspires respect from his team by recognizing their strengths and “lighting their paths.” If employees are passionate about their work, Melzer rewards them because he is also passionate about Grupo RBS. Passion however, is not enough to run a successful company. Melzer has said that everything a good leader does must be executed with intensity and excellence. When asked about what skills a leader needs, Melzer replied that his recipe for success is passion mixed with careful planning. Melzer already had leadership experience before assuming his present role as President of Grupo RBS. After graduating from Harvard Business School, Melzer worked as a consultant, a senior financial analyst and the General Director of a New York media company before joining the family business. Melzer started at Grupo RBS as the Director General for the National Market in 2004 and worked his way up to Chairman and President in 2016. Melzer’s leadership skills have been recognized by the Cambridge Institute for Family Enterprise and the Regional Management Council of Rio Grande do Sul. Learn more: http://www.espacovital.com.br/publicacao-27301-nelson-sirotsky-vai-deixar-a-presidencia-do-grupo-rbs https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eduardo_Sirotsky_Melzer

What to learn about George Soros life and business ventures

George Soros is a renowned tycoon and a successful business person who will go down in history for being founders of some of the organizations that include the Soros Fund Management and the Open Society Foundation. He has seen to … Continue reading

Information on Brian Bonar, a Leader and Executive

Chef Patrick Ponsaty is an acclaimed chef. The Frenchman looks at the hillsides of Escondido, which are stony and thinks of home. He has hopes of transforming the Ranch at Bandy Canyon. The place has event space and Patrick caters … Continue reading

Solo Capital – Founder Sanjay Shah

As an active philanthropist, entrepreneur and businessman, Sanjay Shah has become a very busy man who has created a very successful business. Solo Capital was originated in September 2011 and grew to the million dollar market within a matter of … Continue reading