You can live like a victim or see every problem as an opportunity. The Oracles Published 1:00 pm CDT, Thursday, March 21, 2019 Photo: Dave Fox Photo: Dave Fox Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Dave Fox 'I Would Probably Be Dead or in Jail.' How Dave Fox Went From Struggling With Addiction to Living Life on His Terms. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In this series called Member Showcase, we publish interviews with members of The Oracles. This interview is with Dave Fox, founder and CEO of IT staffing firm Focus Global Talent Solutions. It was condensed by The Oracles. Who are you?Dave Fox: I graduated in 2009 with a finance degree from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Okla. … [Read more...] about ‘I Would Probably Be Dead or in Jail.’ How Dave Fox Went From Struggling With Addiction to Living Life on His Terms.
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | Trump Exaggerated His Wealth in Bid for Loan, Michael Cohen Tells Congress Supported by ByDavid Enrich, Matthew Goldstein and Jesse Drucker Feb. 27, 2019 In early 2014, Donald J. Trump approached his personal bankers at Deutsche Bank to sound them out about potentially lending him money to buy the Buffalo Bills. He provided the bankers with a collection of bare-bones personal financial statements. The documents were provided so that Deutsche Bank — the only major bank that had consistently been willing to do business with Mr. Trump over the previous two decades — could make a preliminary decision about whether to make the loan. Mr. Trump has said he offered to pay $1 billion for the Bills, and the team was sold to a rival bidder for a little more than that, meaning that Deutsche Bank was … [Read more...] about Trump Exaggerated His Wealth in Bid for Loan, Michael Cohen Tells Congress
By Shalini Ramachandran WSJ Zolan Kanno-Youngs WSJ Yoree Koh WSJ Fri., Feb. 15, 2019 Colin Kroll, a college dropout turned startup millionaire, drifted through his company’s holiday party at Gran Morsi, a cozy Italian restaurant in downtown Manhattan. Dressed in a gray sweater and jeans, he chatted up employees and their plus ones. When one of his engineers offered to get Mr. Kroll a drink, he flashed a big smile. “I’ve stopped drinking. I’m trying to be healthier.” He’d started running regularly, too. “Look at you, being such a great CEO,” she said. Co-workers at the party chuckled to themselves about his earnestness as he circulated among the crowd asking, “Are you having a good time?” Mr. Kroll had co-founded two highflying startups—Vine, the six-second video-sharing platform bought by Twitter Inc. in 2012, and, most recently, Intermedia Labs, the company behind the popular … [Read more...] about The Tech Whiz Behind Vine and HQ Trivia Made Millions in His 20s. He Was Dead by 34
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Associated Press February 06, 2019 WASHINGTON (AP) — The Associated Press is fact-checking remarks from President Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech. Here’s a look at some of the claims we've examined:DRUG PRICINGTRUMP: ‘‘Already, as a result of my administration’s efforts, in 2018 drug prices experienced their single largest decline in 46 years.’’ Advertisement THE FACTS: Trump is selectively citing statistics to exaggerate what seems to be a slowdown in prices. A broader look at the data shows that drug prices are still rising, but more moderately. Some independent experts say criticism from Trump and congressional Democrats may be causing pharmaceutical companies to show restraint. Get Ground Game in your inbox: Daily updates and analysis on national politics from James Pindell. Thank you for … [Read more...] about Fact-checking President Trump’s claims in his State of Union address
Published 4:41 am PST, Saturday, December 22, 2018 In this Dec. 12, 2018 photo George Bristol, special deputy with the Flathead County Sheriff's Office, poses in Kalispell, Mont. Bristol, a retired Marine, helps the agency track runaway children and bring them home. (Greg Lindstrom/The Daily Inter Lake via AP) less In this Dec. 12, 2018 photo George Bristol, special deputy with the Flathead County Sheriff's Office, poses in Kalispell, Mont. Bristol, a retired Marine, helps the agency track runaway children and bring them ... more Photo: Greg Lindstrom, AP Photo: Greg Lindstrom, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 In this Dec. 12, 2018 photo George Bristol, special deputy with the Flathead County Sheriff's Office, poses in Kalispell, Mont. Bristol, a retired Marine, … [Read more...] about Retired Marine ‘man hunter’ now tracking Montana runaways