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14Jul/17Off

Showcasing Fresh Design Styles With Richard Mishaan

Richard Mishaan is a celebrated interior designer and a man of many talents. His aptly named business Richard Mishaan Design showcases his love for cleverly meshing art, fashion, architecture and style into fresh, enticing spaces. Richard Mishaan Design has been cited time and time again in popular magazines and media such as Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, The New York Times and Forbes. His expansive portfolio highlights his array of design techniques that use light, color and texture to bring a room together, culminating as a work of art.

 

Richard Mishaan Design marries the old with the new by using classic styling with a modern touch. Richard Mishaan Design creates beautiful spaces for individuals, corporations, and hotels. Some examples of the projects that his design studio have created are the Trump World Towers, the Shelborne Hotel, the presidential suite for the St. Regis Hotel and the Columbian Hotel Tcherassi. Designing for hotels is one of Richard’s favorite challenges because they require glamour, functionality, and comfort underscored with fabulous style. Richard Mishaan Design meets that challenge every time; one look at his showcase enterprises proves his incredible eye for detail.

Homer Design is another of Richard’s businesses. Homer Design is a retail store located at 56 University Place in New York. The store offers beautiful showroom style furniture and accessories, giving customers the opportunity to create Mishaan’s signature style in their homes. The store has an online site available for those outside of the New York area.

 

In addition to Richard Mishaan’s design and retail business, he is also the author of “Artfully Modern-Interiors By Richard Mishaan” and “Modern Luxury”, both exquisitely created to give readers inspiration. He is a passionate art collector with a fondness for international art, specifically the work of photographer Massimo Listri and furniture designer Guy de Rougemont.

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9May/17Off

George Soros may be most abnegated philanthropist in history

George Soros has always been a curiosity among his plutocratic peers. Never devoutly interested in money, Soros always wanted to become a philosopher rather than a businessman.

In fact, he didn't even know that he wanted to go into a career on Wall Street until much later in life, when he was already in his late twenties.

One interesting consequence of this is that, it seems, Soros has long held the philosophy that philanthropic pursuits are the end to which all investors should strive in created means to fulfill. Over the course of his career, Soros has given away more money than perhaps any other investor in modern history. But what's more, he has given away this money throughout the entirety of his career; this includes significant sums very early in his investment career, when those returns would have had the opportunity to compound over many years, generating huge returns.

Many investors such as Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn and even the Koch brothers only started giving away vast sums of their fortunes much later in life. What this meant for these investors is that all of the money that they generated early in their careers was always able to compound. Many people do not fully appreciate the power that money left to compound returns has in building wealth. But it's safe to say that, for example, in the case of Warren Buffett, if Mr. Buffett would have been willing to give away the same amount of money that George Soros did at the same point in his career, he would have just a small fraction of his current wealth. Know more about George Soros on Investopedia.

After starting his first hedge fund, Soros Fund Management, in 1972, Soros went on to have an incredibly successful decade. But during this time, he almost immediately began giving away serious portions of his wealth to causes in which he believed If we assume that George Soros gave away the equivalent of just $1 billion in 1980, a very conservative assumption, given the fact that he has donated over $15 billion to date, his total net worth, compounding at a rate of 25 percent per year would be in excess of $3.5 trillion today. This would easily make him the richest man who has ever lived.

Because of Soros’ incredible rates of return, even the small amount of money that he gave away early in his career would be worth tremendous sums today.  Thus, it's safe to assume that absent Soros’ extreme generosity he would today be the richest man alive. Learn more on discoverthenetworks.org about George Soros.

7Mar/17Off

Brian Bonar – a financial expert

Mr. Brian Bonar is an investor and a financial expert who resides in the area of San Diego. Currently, he is the Chief Investment Officer and Chairman of Trucept. With these positions, the role of Brian Bonar is to provide business services such as outsourcing of human resources, ensuring that the payrolls are in the correct order, and employees receive their benefits.

These services have enabled his clients to make real progress in business, especially the owners of small enterprises.

Brian Bonar received a Degree in Mechanical Engineering from James Watt Technical College and a Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stafford University. After finishing school, Brian worked for IBM as the Procurement Manager for 16 years. Afterward, Brian worked as the Director of Engineering for QMS Company.

According to Bloomberg, Brian Bonar is a man who believes in hard work and dedication. Because of his commitment, he was promoted to be the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Rastek Corporation. He, later on, established his company, which is known as Bezier System.

Apart from being the Chairman of Trucept, Bonar is also the Chairman and CEO of Dalrada Financial Services Company.

Dalrada Company offers a broad selection of employer and employee benefits, as well as aftermarket products. It acts as a marketing liaison entity; therefore, supplying its clients with a variety of employee programs, which in turn increases the efficiency of the business.

Examples of these benefits include business management services, promotions, financial management, and risk management insurance.

He renamed the restaurant as Bellamy’s and went ahead to hire the staffs who were fired by the previous owner.

Bonar was able to make good use of their experience to take Bellamy’s to the next level. Presently, Bellamy’s is one of the best restaurants in the area of San Diego. In 2016, the restaurant won the OpenTable Diners’ Choice Award.

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