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The Chainsmokers Show Much Love For Fellow Artist Avicii

Alex Pall and Drew Taggart the duo makes up the American DJ and production group the Chainsmokers. They were recently at The Billboard Music Awards, where thousands had come to see the performances and awards. The awards ceremonies took place in Las Vegas at the Grand Garden Arena. The duo was awarded the Top Dance/Electronic Act award. Among others that were at the gala with them was Halsey and Kelly Clarkson both famous singing sensations.

The ceremony had a somber tone when Avicci, a Swedish DJ and producer who was much loved in the community was honored. Avicci’s death was felt throughout the industry, struggling with mental problems and in the end taking his own life. The duo spoke about how Avicci had inspired and had touched so many artists inside EDM and that he meant so much to the community. Halsey who had sang on the Chainsmokers track “Closer” with Drew Taggart added “Everyone who worked with him would say he was such a joy and that makes his tragedy so much more painful. It is a reminder to all of us to be there and support and love our friends and family members who may be struggling with mental illness.”

When the Chainsmokers received their award, Taggart went on to say “We want to dedicate this award to Avicci, he is someone who made us believe that this is something we could do with our lives. Inspired all of us. Influenced our music and influenced pop music in general. He will be missed and I hope he has found peace.”

The Chainsmokers are a very talented duo and have had the honor of winning the 2017 Top Hot 100 Song. This year they presented the award to Luis Fonsi for “Despacito”. They have collaborated with Coldplay on the single “Something Just Like This” in February of 2017. The most recent work has been with Drew Love on the single “Somebody” which is building up to their next album release Sick Boy EP

All You Need To Know About Paul Mampilly, An American Investor

Paul Mampilly is an American investor who founded the successful investment newsletter that has over ninety thousand subscriber that has helped millions of individuals interested in gaining knowledge and confidence needed in making wise decisions in the investment sector.

Paul was born in India and he later traveled to the US while he was a young man. He has an experience of over twenty five years in his career. Mr. Mampilly began his career from a humble beginning as a portfolio manager at Banker’s Trust in nineteen ninety one.

Paul Mampilly has held numerous leadership positions in internationally known financial institutions such as Deutsche Bank,ING and the Royal Bank of Scotland and several privately owned institutions. Paul Mampilly is also a mentor who gives investment advices to growing investor. He has also made outstanding personal investments such as the drug treatment that was developed by Sarepta Therapeutics in twenty twelve. Paul had faith in the company which has a history of providing high-quality medication therapies and he gained a twenty five hundred percent in the end.

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He also has invested in a stream of other wise investment choices over the years. Mr. Mampilly makes his decisions based on the current research and market trends thus making him to provide useful investment advice to all interested parties that will guide them towards a similar success that he has achieved. Paul focuses on businesses and has also been a hedge fund manager. He has won numerous awards such as the Templeton Foundation investment competition. Viewers have seen Paul on several television broadcasts such as Bloomberg TV and other networks.

Paul Mampilly founded Profits Unlimited and as he works with the company, he advises and guides individuals who are interested in learning about the type of stocks to invest in and when to divert from the stock market. Pauls’ vast knowledge and experience has made him be an asset for Kinetics International Fund since the hedge fund company has seen success under his leadership. Paul gives ideas to his subscribers about companies to invest in and the specific time to invest in the event. He also shares information on the products to sell at a convenient time. Mampilly retired at the age of forty two to spend some quality time with his family while he still provided tips to his Subscribers.

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Harvard Financial Aid Building Named After Ken Griffin

Citadel CEO Kenneth Griffin just received a huge award from his alma mater, Harvard University. In honor of his generous $150 million dollar endowment, the university’s financial aid office will now bear his name. Ken Griffin’s fortunes have changed for the better since he graduated in 89 with a degree in economics. He is now one of the richest hedge fund managers in the country and has amassed a personal fortune of $6.5 billion. He also operates one of the largest financial corporations in the world.

A reception was held at the Brattle Street Office to formally thank Ken Griffin for his needy contribution. Surrounded by university officials, family and alumni, he expressed his appreciation for the award. In 2004, a program was initiated to help students and eliminate the need for parental financial aid contributions. “Harvard literally changed my life,” said Griffin, while standing alongside Harvard President Dr. Drew Faust. The funding is helping over 60% of students. “I want students to have the best possible experience,” says Griffin.

Griffin’s gift will go a long way. Now more than 600 undergraduate scholarships will be made available. “This is a godsend to our program,” says Financial Aid Director Sally Donohue.” Now we can bring more students in solely on merit without taking into considerations the student’s ability to pay. Although Griffin has donated every year, this is his largest donation to date. “I am so proud of Ken and all he’s done for our students. His leadership and guidance has been invaluable,” says Dr. Michael D. Smith Dean of Arts and Sciences.

While attending Harvard, Griffin made his first million as an investor. His hard work paid off and within two years of graduating, he founded Citadel with $4 million. Today the company holds more than $25 billion in investment capital. Griffin has also been on the Forbes 500 list four time. He was one of the youngest self-made millionaires. And even at the tender age of 46, he’s made more money that he could ever spend.

Griffin still thinks about the days when he thought his company wasn’t going to make it. “The banking crisis did a lot of good, strong companies in,” says Griffin. “We were very lucky to have come out alright.” He went on to say that he’s hoping that his endowment will help all the students at Harvard. He doesn’t want to see families stretched to the limit to keep their kids in school.

Bruce Levenson the Journalist, the Businessman

On an article on wikipedia Bruce Levenson, Co-founder of United Communications Group. UCG, an extremely competitive firm specializing in providing direction for success. Bruce Levenson and Todd Foreman were and still are journalists. They know content is the key to success and exceptional information and data are the keys to leadership roles. The path to success is with accurate, proven information and data. Quoting Bruce and Todd, “Content is King” is their mantra.

UCG started 1977 utilizing a storage room over Levenson’s dad’s liquor store in Washington, DC. Having a passion for excellence, Bruce, and his close friend, Todd Foreman became partners in this entrepreneurial venture. Their business and goal was to provide leadership to businesses by creating content that is targeted, trusted, and transformative. Sure UCG has grown, but their goals are the same and their achievements are proven successes.

The leadership information they deliver was initially transmitted via newsletters and mail publications. Holding information conferences was the next avenue for gaining awareness of their communications in the market. Success beamed on UCG, and when the “Super Information Highway” began, this was the stepping stone to success. Through the internet, UCG was able to reach businesses throughout the world delivering information, provide expert analysis, sending data electronically to customers such as the defense industry and other governmental agencies in need of their expertise. Acquiring their first company in 1978 specializing in information, they were able to diversify into several companies broadening their knowledge into such areas of banking, healthcare, being on the cutting edge of technology at its birth.

Since that period, UCG has acquired many businesses, taking some public, and a public company private. They know how to successfully build and accelerate the growth of enterprises. UCG invests heavily in training and developing their employees no matter what business area the employee resides.

They have gained tremendous respect for their reports, analysis and, of course, breaking news delivered daily via every source of communication. Many press releases are seen in the WSJ, Bloomberg News, and many other publications that focus on business. They are known for their tenacity in journalism, digging their heels in to uncover the truth and have won the trust of their followers. They have helped hospitals improve patient care while not increasing costs. Specific Medicare fraud issues have been exposed and resolved. Worked with many other businesses and agencies to increase productivity, cut costs, and improve the skill level of their staff while achieving higher business goals.

Since the UCG opened its doors in 1978, they have received over one hundred honors and awards for their excellence in specialized reporting and journalism. They far exceed any of their competitors in journalism awards which also contributes to the respect they enjoy from their audience. Whether they are producing an investigative piece or analyzing moves in the oil market, you can be assured the information is being reported with accuracy.