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Matt Badiali- Senior-editor at Banyan Hill Publishing

Posted on July 29, 2018 in Financial Investor

Matt Badiali is an investor and a financial expert in the United States. He is one of the people who has made a huge impact in the financial industry by creating opportunities which have not been available in the past. Not many people know that there are lucrative opportunities in natural resources. It is one […]

Nick Vertucci encourages others through his successful life

Posted on in Business Expert

When one gains profound knowledge about a specific area, it is wise to pass that knowledge to the next generation for the benefit of preserving it and benefitting from it. Nick Vertucci’s NVREA (Nick Vertucci Real Estate Academy) is precisely depicting this through its excellent work of equipping investors with the necessary skills to infiltrate […]

James Dondero – a philanthropic businessman

Posted on July 28, 2018 in Credit Manager

There are many people who are successful in their lives but not everyone has a passion to give something back to the society and make it a better place. And James Dondero, the Co-Founder and President of Highland Capital Management, LP based out of Dallas, Texas is a perfect example of it. He has a […]


Talkspace: The New Face of Therapy

Posted on July 16, 2018 in Anti-Social Personality Disorder

Talkspace is an online and mobile therapy company founded by Oren Frank and Roni Frank. In 2012 the pair came up with a mission to create a serve that would help eliminate the stigmas associated with mental illnesses. Their end goal was to help provide mental health services that would be available to everyone in […]


A Map Of The Average Teachers Salaries

Posted on July 12, 2018 in Education Education News

The financial people at How Much put together a map showing the average earnings of middle to high school teachers across the state. They got the numbers from looking at data from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics. As you may suspect, when looking at the map the numbers range all over the board. There […]


Students, Per Studies, Don’t Perform Too “Hot” When Forced To Be In Hot Classrooms

Posted on July 11, 2018 in Education Education News

Believe it or not, some schools across the United States of America don’t have access to air conditioning, even though the country has the greatest economy and is generally considered to be one of the best educational landscapes across the globe. As if common sense didn’t prove it to be true already, recent peer-reviewed research […]


A Smile And A Handshake Can Be Beneficial To A Child

Posted on July 10, 2018 in Character Education Builders Education Education News

Besides the basic core subjects that are taught in school, children learn many character education builders that could benefit for the rest of their lives. As children grow, they remember some of the little things that a teacher instilled in them. They are inspired to keep up certain positive behaviors that are practiced in the […]


United States Public Schools Can No Longer Afford Librarians

Posted on July 9, 2018 in Education Education News Public Education Public School

Federal data has revealed United States public schools are unable to afford librarians. Schools have lost nineteen percent of their librarians from 1999 through 2000 and from 2015 through 2016. This is the largest decrease since the 2008 Great Recession. The minority districts have taken the hardest hits. 75 percent of all districts retaining their […]


Michelle Obama Gives Princeton Students a Word of Wisdom and Pictures from her Past

Posted on July 8, 2018 in Education Education News Michelle Obama

Senior Princeton students recently graduated this past May. During their graduation ceremony they were visited by former first lady Michelle Obama. She had encouraged the students to be brave and don’t give up on their schooling. Mrs. Obama also told them that she was scared during her college years. Mrs. Obama attended Princeton in the […]


Betsy Devos Meets a Transgender Teen who Supports this Lifestyle

Posted on July 7, 2018 in Betsy DeVos U.S. Secretary of Education

The current U.S. Secretary of Education, Betsy Devos, visited a public school within her home state of Michigan. She traveled to the Grand Rapids Public Museum School within her home city of Grand Rapids. Secretary Devos visited the school for a round table discussion about issues impacting the field of education. During her visit, Devos […]