Month: July 2018

What we can learn from William Saito

If there’s one thing that the media likes – it’s drama. This is not specific to the United States, as can be evidenced by Ichiro Yamamoto’s inflammatory blog article that cited that the globally recognized entrepreneur and advisor William Saito had not graduated from the medical school he listed in his background. Rumors running abound,

Academy of Art University

University Review: Academy of Art University in San Francisco

Academy of Art University in San Francisco began as a small college and has grown into a top rated arts university since its inception in 1929. Academy of Art University provides educational courses for aspiring professionals in the areas of art, design, and communications, with undergraduate and graduate degree programs as well as certificate and

Trump Re-election Campaign Raises Over $88 Million In The Last 18 Months

Donald Trump doesn’t want to be a one-term president. In spite of his controversial presidential style, Mr. Trump has a loyal voter base who believes he is the man that can change the political game in Washington. Trump is using his “Art of the Deal” tactics to label America’s allies “foes.” And he’s reaching out

Exercising Due Diligence When Hiring an Executive: Background Checks are Everything

If you are looking to expand your business and would like to take advantage of an executive hiring opportunity, it’s important you research the person you are interested in bringing on board.   The executives you hire play a vital role in the success of your company, so you don’t want to take unneeded chances.

Ryan Seacrest: Will This Be His 8th Nomination as ‘American Idol’ Host?

The phrase “Kieran dim the lights” will be forever burned into the minds of ‘American Idol’ fans. Ryan points his finger skyward, the spotlights drop and the studio turns dark. Every ‘American Idol’ loyal viewer knows that “Kieran dim the lights” means that it’s time to eliminate a contestant, although no one really knew who