Venezuela ordered to pay for nationalizing ranches

Venezuela has been ordered to pay a British cattle company restitution for seizing its land and cattle in 2005, according to a Reuters article. The International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, made the ruling last week. It said the Venezuelan government must pay Vestey Group $100 million. Vestey Group had been operating in Venezuela … Read More

What the Future Holds for Venezuela

Venezuela has commemorated another anniversary of the 2002 attempted coup against the then president, the late Hugo Chavez. The coup attempt happened on April 11, 2002 and ended on April 13. As reported by teleSUR, a new Truth, Justice, and Victims Reparation Commission was launched by President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday April 12, 2016. … Read More

Impacting Business and Charity

Different people have tried coming up with different theories to explain success. Sanjay Shah has been able to explain it in his way. By impacting both the corporate world and charity positively, Shah has been able to earn the reputation of a successful man. His success in business is explained by Solo Capital and the … Read More

Helane Morrison Pushes Ethics in an Unethical Arena

Helane Morrison was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. She continued her education at the University of California Berkeley, School of Law. She worked as the Editor in Chief at the university’s law review. After passing the bar, Helane began working … Read More

A Snapshot Of Bruce Levenson’s Career And Good Deeds

Bruce Levenson is one the most famous, wealthy and successful Jewish American businessman. Mr. Levenson is well known for his philanthropic work which includes numerous contributions to charities, and non-profit foundations. He has also been involved in professional sports franchises in the the top tier. His good deeds and sports involvement do not take away … Read More