Clay Siegall Offers Vital Insight Into Cancer Treatment And Other Ailments

In a world where everyone is after a solution to the many problems ailing humans, professionals who make bold moves to challenges the problems are viewed as vital assets to the entire world. There are many diseases that have been depriving humans of the peace they desire and most of them are yet to find cure of better ways of controlling their effect. This explains the reason research institutes spend a lot on funding professionals who prove to have the mettle and ability to confront the challenge while pursuing solutions. People like Clay Siegall are the reason we have many drugs able to cure highly dangerous diseases.

 

He has been conducting research on finding appropriate methods of dealing with cancer and his effort seems to have bore fruits after many years making trials. Clay Siegall works with professionals from various parts of the world to pursue the menace in an effort to offer a solution that will once and for all put to an end the long standing worries about people losing lives due to the lack of an appropriate method of dealing with their problems.

 

Contribution to Seattle Genetics

As a founder and the CEO of Seattle Genetics, Clay Siegall has invested a lot of time and energy to building the company to a position where it is now able to conduct research and come up with solutions to various problems in the healthcare industry. The company has been investing more into research and looking for solutions to problems that threaten the lives of many.

 

At Seattle Genetics, Clay B. Siegall has been overseeing all the projects that are meant to offer answers to some diseases. Through this effort, the company was able to release ADCETRIS, which is helping in the fight against cancer. The success of the drug led to its adoption and approval in more than 60 countries and the research to advance its effectiveness further is still in progress. This effort will in few years allow more people to access quality healthcare services that will guarantee putting an end to the many challenges they face while dealing with different diseases.

 

 

Oncology’s Number One Journal: Oncotarget

According to Impact Journals, since 2010, the online multi-disciplinary journal, “Oncotarget”, has published papers in weekly issues concerning all areas of oncology. The Editors-in-Chief, Andrei V. Gudkove from Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York; and Mikhail V. Blagosklonny from Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York, have successfully accomplished their mission.

Clearly defined on the website, its mission is to make scientific results available quickly and to anyone, to maximize the impact of research through insightful reviews, to allow exceptional discoveries available immediately, to eliminate borders between specialties, to link different fields of biomedical science, and to foster applications of basic and clinical science to fight disease. The ultimate goal is to eliminate disease.

The editorial board consists of about 50 prominent scientists from many of the major universities, cancer centers, and medical schools in the United States and overseas. Following the COPE Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors and the Code of Conduct for Journal Publishers, hundreds of articles appear in the journal along with interviews of prominent scientists in video clips.

Due to its success, the journal is now launching other sections, including Gerotarget/Aging, Immunology/Microbiology, Neuropathology/Neuroscience, Endocrinology, Cardiology, Metabolism, Cell & Mol Biology, and Pharmacology.

The archives of “Oncotarget” are easily accessible from the menu on the left-hand side of the page and includes every issue as it appeared originally. For example, Volume 7, No. 46 Table of Contents includes:

  • Priority Research Papers
  • Research Papers: Aging
  • Research Papers: Pathology
  • Research Papers: Immunology
  • Research Papers: Autophagy and Cell Death
  • Clinical Research Papers
  • Reviews

Every article’s title, authors and their affiliation, supplementary information, and abstract are available to view as a PDF or HTML. Headings within each article include results, discussion, methods and materials, acknowledgement and grant support, conflicts of interest, and references. There is also the capability of ordering a reprint.

The Life of Jeffry Schneider

Ascendant Capital LLC is a worldwide alternative investment firm that brings unique investment tactics to a wide range of investors. This company is reputed for its unmatched attention on income generating private equity. Ascendant Capital LLC is a firm with an unparalleled commitment to the understanding of the dynamic needs of the market. Their services are inclusive of sourcing as well as partnering with world class capital managers to come up with differentiated strategies to meet the customized need of their broad base of clients. Their specific services include consultation, structuring, as well as marketing and servicing of customers. They make sure that their customers receive high levels of quality when it comes investment.

This remarkable firm is an affiliate firm that provides its securities services through Axiom Capital Management Inc. The Austin-based firm was launched in 2011 by Jeffry Schneider. Jeffry has a long time career in financial services which began in his hometown after graduating from the University of Massachusetts. He has garnered a substantial wealth of experience in his career while working for some reputable financial services firms. One of his well-honed skill is his knowledge of the alternative investment strategies. He is also reputed for his ability to cultivate profound relationships with his clients that help him to understand his clients’ needs better.

In 2002, Jeffry began serving the Paradigm Global Advisors. During his tenure, Jeffry added more skills to his portfolio. He got and polished the ability to analyze managers. These were the skills that formed a solid basis for Jeffry when he decided to venture out and launch his company. Jeffry brought his garnered knowledge of the alternative funding together with his ability to create great relationships with clients and founded Ascendant Capital.

Under the competent leadership of Jeffry, Ascendant Capital LLC has rapidly grown in a short span of five years from a two-employee firm to an over thirty employees firm. During this period, Schneider and his team were able to raise approximately 1 billion dollars on behalf of various managers. Currently, Ascendant Capitals has a network of over fifty broker-dealers, about 250 investment advisors, and a myriad of offices across the United States.

According to Jeffry, the current markets are at a place where alternative investment is an excellent way to diversify holdings and significantly cut down volatility. The Ascendant Capital LLC has a placement of interests and fulfills its responsibility towards the priorities of the investors.

 

OSI Receives Award for Excellence in Environmental Management

OSI Food Group has recently been awarded the 2016 Globe of Honour award from the British Safety Council. This award goes to them for their excellent management of environmental risks. In order to be eligible for this award, a company must receive a five star audit from the British Council’s safety audit team in the months of August 2015-July 2016. The management risk needs to apply from the shop floor to the board room. OSI has demonstrated their excellence and much more. They have previously won this award in 2013 and 2015. OSI Group facilities frequently receive awards for their excellence in management, health and safety risks, and environmental management.

The private American owned company has a production plant in Scunthorpe that has been opened since 1989. This plant produces beef and pork for the restaurant and food industry. OSI has several plants in the United States and around the globe. They currently operate 65 facilities in over 17 countries. Some of the products produced by the plants are meat patties, bacon, fish, poultry, vegetable and dough products. They supply to certain chains like Papa Johns, Subway, Starbucks and Pizza Hut. OSI Group has been listed as #58 on Forbes largest private company with assets totaling in the 6.1 billion dollars.

From the small meat store Illinois opened by the Otto brothers in 1909, OSI grew rapidly into a major corporation. Their deal with McDonalds in 1955 helped to grow the company into the major meat supplier for the food industry that it is today. Supplying the meat to McDonalds was OSI Group’s main business for the last 100 years. They developed Cryogenic freezing technique to help ensure freshness of the beef patties and other meat products. They would freeze the beef safely to make sure the beef was fresh with liquid nitrogen and delivery to the restaurants safely. The other business was diverted to another branch of the company Glenmark. This company was eventually acquired by Best Chicago Meats. OSI continues to excel in the supplying of meat to local and large chain restaurants around the Globe through their different facilities.

Source: http://www.foodprocessing.com/top100/profiles/osigroup/

Former Owners of Hawks Sue Insurance Company Over Ferry Settlement

The former owners of Atlanta Hawks Basketball and Entertainment LLC have sued New Hampshire Insurance Company. The group sued the company because of breach of contract. The contract violation involves the settlement of claims which were cited by Danny Ferry, the former general manager.

With Bruce Levenson, is the controlling partner, the former Hawks Ownership Group filed the lawsuit in the Superior Court of Fulton County. It was filed on September 12 against the insurance company. The case is a civil action for breaching of contract and also insurance of bad faith. The current group which owns Hawks is not included in the suit.

The claims of AHBE are that it was insured under coverage policy for certain losses that are related to employment practices. There is court document which shows that AHBE gave notice to AIG on April 2, 2015. The Time.com reports say that there were claims that were asserted by Ferry that it believed were covered.

It was on June 22, 2015 according to Wikipedia, when Hawks and Ferry reached an agreement. The buyout was undisclosed, and they ended their relationship. The relationship had begun with a contract of six years which was worth $18 million. Two days later, approval for the sale of the franchise to the Ressler Group came. The spokesperson of the current Hawks ownership said that they were aware of the complaint but stated that they would not comment on the matter anymore.

Bruce Levenson was one of the owners of the Atlanta Hawks LLC, which was formerly Atlanta Spirit LLC. He was born to a family of Jews in Washington and grew up in Chevy Chase, Maryland. He went to Washington University and later began a career in journalism in Washington Star. Today he is an American Businessman and a philanthropist helping many organizations.

Read More: http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/11493472/jason-whitlock-bruce-levenson-atlanta-hawks

Tough Times For Amazon, Kate Hudson’s Fabletics in Action

Amazon controls an almost quarter of the e-commerce market of fashion. This makes Amazon a very tough competitor to take on, and Kate Hudson’s Fabletics is doing it. In three years, Fabletics has become a $250 million business. There are two things which have made the company very popular: activewear and subscription mechanic. They key to combine the brands that customers like and membership.

 

There was a time when goods quality and price defined the high-value brands. This strategy is not going to survive for long due to changes in the economy. Factors like brand recognition, last-mile service, gamification elements, customer experience and exclusive design are going to define high-value now. The Fabletic’s strategy of fashion membership brand is making it a successful business like Warby Parker and Apple. The company has physical stores in California, Florida, Illinois and Hawaii. They plan to inaugurate their sixteenth outlet this year.

 

General Manager of Fabletics, Gregg Throgmartin thinks that the company is building a modern and reimagined version of ‘high-value brand’ from day one. He said, “Our membership mode is what allows us to offer personalized service and on-trend fashion at half the price of our competitors. It’s just a lot easier to make people happy when you know who they are and what they want.”

 

The reason why others failed is that people would explore their showrooms but not purchase the products. Rather they would buy from other places where the prices are lower. Fabletic’s started with the opposite strategy. They made browsing a positive thing than a negative one. The company had the option of using the pop-up store, but they decided to build relationships with customers. They wanted people to rely on them. Therefore, they decided to use events and activities to understand the local markets. The results were amazing. Half of the people that entered their stores were already members, and a quarter more would become members there. An article of clothing goes into the customer’s online shopping cart when she is trying it. Fabletics believes that retail is another part of the service, so it is up to the customers from where they buy it.

 

Another important part of Fabletic’s strategy is showing the correct information in both physical and digital forms. Customers like companies that provide the right information for their brand journey. Online data helps to decide what to keep at the physical stores because trends and tastes keep changing. The information is collected from sources like real-time sales activity, social media, local membership preferences and store heat-mapping.

 

SVP Operations for Fabletics Dustin Netral said that the increase in shopping is very important for them, but it requires a combination of preference of users and trends of global fashion to build a brand. He further added that they continuously include new ranges and perform clever tests.

 

Despite challenges, Fabletics is evolving due to its customer friendly strategies. Corporate Marketing Officer for parent company TechStyle Fashion Group Shawn Gold said that their brand is growing 35% every year. He added that the growth is due to factors like good quality, excellent price, creative teams, in-house media and honest spokesperson. Thanks to data science and return on investment, Fabletics is now operating in ten countries.