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Georgetown University has one of the most respected business schools in the country. When someone from Georgetown University decides they want to start a business, people listen and ideas become reality. Naturally, Georgetown graduate Nathaniel Ru peaked the interest of big name investors when he decided he wanted to enter the world of fast food. Normally, most businessmen don’t see amazing successes in their first attempt to open up a business, but this is exactly what happened when he and his friends founded Sweetgreen.

 

 

What Sweetgreen Means To Food

Sweetgreen isn’t just another fast food joint. It is an attempt to change the way we think of fast food in general. America is facing a serious health epidemic, and our fast food industry carries much of the blame. We need a new approach to fast food that considers our need for healthy food above all other interests. This is what Sweetgreen does. It gives the convenience of fast food without all of the health problems so often associated with the modern fast food industry.

 

 

Why Millennials Love Sweetgreen

Nathaniel Ru founded Sweetgreen in 2007. This was a year that brought many of the biggest changes in culture and technology we see today. Facebook was growing, Twitter was founded, and the internet entered its adolescence. Sweetgreen is a product of all of this and Millennials naturally take a liking to the restaurant. A great example of this is the Sweetgreen app. Although there are other fast food restaurants that have allowed their customers to use apps to order food online, the Sweetgreen app takes things a step further. The money you spend at Sweetgreen will actually go towards philanthropic goals and towards improving the world.

 

 

The Mission He Set Before Him

Nathaniel Ru has set some ambitious goals in front of him. Not only does he want Sweetgreen to become a successful franchise, he wants to make the restaurant stand for something bigger. There are so many things going on in the world and someone needs to find a way to solve these problems. He wants Sweetgreen to serve as part of that solution. At every step of the process Sweetgreen is designed with the goal of helping others in need of assistance. This isn’t always the most proitable solution, but it speaks to the causes Nathaniel Ru holds dear.

 

According to Impact Journals, Mikhail Blagosklonny and Andrei V. Gudkov of Roswell Park Cancer Institute laid the foundation stone for the renowned Oncotarget journal back in 2010. It is now a weekly open access peer-reviewed medical journal catering to the needs, know-how and ongoing researches in the field of oncology.

Ever since they began publishing, oncotarget has published more than three hundred and seventy papers on topics of oncology.

William G. Kaelin and Gregg L Semenza have contributed more than seven articles that deal with oxygen. They have both been recognized by Lasker Awards for the discovery of the oxygen sensing pathway.

The journal is about facilitating the want and need of the latest happenings in the scientific research industry. This information was not easily available before the Oncotarget era. This year, they announced that they would include citations for areas beyond oncology. gerotarget or ageing, microbiology, immunology, neuropathology, neuroscience, endocrinology, cardiology, metabolism, cell biology, molecular biology and Pharmacology are among the categories to be included.

With the kind of determination and the resources pumped into the adventure, all the medical practitioners who are involved in research are bound to acquire a big pool of information in one platform.

Mikhail Blagosklonny and Andrei V. Gudkov have always been on the forefront of championing free medical journalism as this would increase the chances of new discoveries. Dove Press reported that Oncotarget reduces the efforts of the concerned individuals hence they can concentrate more on achieving their goals.

Oncotarget vision is “life without diseases” and their researchers are well motivated that this is achievable. They have acted as a benchmark for future medical research. The number of publications has increased exponentially year after year with their editorial team being feted at different levels.

A real-time tracking called ‘Free Altmetric Article reports’ have been started to ensure that all the published articles are monitored. Both digital and traditional materials are followed even before citation begins; this guarantees that a researcher will have multiple help to aid his/her research.

The founders expect that this project will lead to a reduction in specialized treatment charges thus achieving their mission of a world without diseases.

When the company was founded in 1909, its purpose was to introduce innovative solutions to the food industry. This is something that they have upheld over the years despite the challenges faced by they faced.

The OSI Group focuses on producing private label products and also co-packs other major brands. The different products that the company offers are mostly related to meat and meat products. They do however also have vegetable products. The different products include but not limited to;

« Raw and also cooked meat
« Meatballs
« Meatloaves
« Burger
« Roasted pork
« Pre-cooked strips
« Breakfast sausages; you can get them raw or smoked
« Pizza
« Sandwich assembly

The company has obtained great success over the years. Four years ago, the company was worth $3 billion in sales. In the current market, however, OSI Group has been reported to have revenue of $ 6.1 billion with over 20,000 employees around the world. OSI group was ranked 58 largest private companies in America by Forbes.

OSI Group has acquired great ventures in the recent years including the Flagship. This acquisition will propel the company and help them expand the market. Flagship is a food service company in the UK. The company will broaden the presence of the OSI Company in Europe. Flagship is a company that focuses on the supply of frozen poultry, sauces, mayonnaise and dressings.

Before the OSI acquisition, Flagship has acquired the Calder food which is a company that is focused on the supply of the sauces, sandwich fillings, dips, and mayonnaise. After the acquisition of the Flagship Europe, OSI Group also purchased a warehouse and also a processing facility in Chicago.

The company has achieved great success on Bloomberg. However, they have remained to be a privately owned company. That means that they offer great products to their customers.

The company’s success has been attributed to its culture. Unlike most of the companies that focus on dictatorship, the OSI group is a family oriented company. They value the contribution of all the employees.

The Management of the Company

David McDonald is the president and the CEO of the company. Before he became the president, he was the project manager of the company. David has been the president of the company for 30 years.

OSI Group’s Chairman and the Chief Executive Officer is Sheldon Lavin. The CFO and the executive vice president of the company is Bill Weimar.

Lung Institute is a holistic medical facility that aims at providing solutions to chronic lung diseases. Our various medical personnel gained global recognition in successful application of revolutionary stem cell therapy for chronic lung disease treatment, visit lunginstitute.com for more info. Lung diseases are devastating because they inhibit people from enjoying their favorite activities or spending time with family. At our facility, we do stem cell transplants using autologous stem cells and platelet-rich plasma to enhance healing of damaged tissues of the lungs.

Patients undergo series of screening to establish a proper treatment option for them. Proficient doctors at the Institute study medical history of patients and consider their present conditions so that best treatment results are achieved. PR Web explains stem cell therapy involves withdrawal of stem cells from the patient’s body. We reintroduce the stem cells into the body where they ultimately rest in the lungs hasten healing, and prevent Inflammation.

The Lung Institute doctor, Jack Coleman, Jr., presented at the Third International Congress in Italy. The event was held to discuss the application of stem cells as a therapy for chronic lung infections. Dr. Coleman affirmed that traditional processes of introducing new medications are expensive and limiting to new technologies like stem cell therapy. Although technologies such as stem cell therapy are better treatment methods in the contemporary medical field, the process of making it available to patients is slow and cumbersome. The modern way of introducing new technologies in the medical field increases the time taken by new techniques to be used for the treatment of infections.

Since stem cell therapy uses natural healing abilities of the stem cells, hence, the treatment is holistic. Sufferers of chronic lung diseases are unable to enjoy their favorite activities because they are weak. After treatment, their lives would be elevated, hence, they would not need to walk around with oxygen. Platelet-rich plasma therapy is also used together with stem cell therapy to reduce inflammation in the lung region. At the institute, we do stem cell therapy to the outpatients to improve the quality of their lives. There are plenty of medication options available for you and if you want quality treatment, please contact patient coordinators today and schedule a free consultation. Visit the Lung Institute website for more information.

https://www.bcm.edu/healthcare/care-centers/lung-institute

Helane L. Morrison is a well-recognized professional in the legal and securities sector. She has been working with the Securities and Exchange Commission since 1996 and has served at the San Francisco District Office as the director of enforcement programs for the past three years. Morrison’s is a diligent person, and her efforts have been recognized by the SEC, which made her be the district’s chief. Her promotion was announced by the chairman of the SEC, Arthur Levitt.

 

The new position will make Morrison head of the examination and enforcement plans that are under the authority of her office in San Francisco. Her jurisdiction is in Oregon, Alaska, Washington, Idaho, North California, Northern Nevada, and Montana. The San Francisco division is part of the Pacific Region, which is headquartered in Los Angeles. David Bayless was the former head of the office, and he had served it for five years before quitting in June to join the Morrison & Forester law company.

 

Helane has spearheaded various inquiries since she was employed by the SEC in 1996. Her investigations led to law enforcement against Dean Witter, California Micro Device’s auditor, and Republic Securities of New York. Before joining the SEC, Morrison worked as a lawyer, and she offered her services to clients who were litigated by the SEC. She also represented individuals who had securities class action cases and assisted securities experts who were carrying out investigations on behalf of the SEC. Helane also offered representation in arbitrations to defend agents and brokerage firm in lawsuits that were filed by their clients. She worked for the Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk & Rabkin law firm, which has its offices in San Fransisco. Other positions that she has held in the legal sector include being the clerk of Justice Richard A. Posner and Justice Harry Blackmun of the U.S. Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court respectively.

 

Morison is currently 46 years old, and she is one of the few females who have managed to work for the SEC. The rest are Valerie Caproni of Los Angeles, Mary Keefe of Chicago, and Carmen Lawrence of New York. The SEC has increased its number of employees in the San Francisco from 30 to 60 in last five years. Helane said that amount of work in the examination and enforcement has currently increased. The investigation staff inspects books of mutual funds, brokerage companies, and investment advisors. It then passes information to the enforcement staff to take the necessary action.

 

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