Shazir Mucklai is an angel investor and adviser in disruptive startups. He is a financier and specializes in options, IPOs, derivatives, and Greek analysis. Mucklai currently runs a six-figure PR firm helping startups commercialize their products and launch their ideas.
The retail industry has not been under this much pressure since The Great Depression. A recent government report showed retail sales in April fell by 16.4%. This is higher than the 12.3% sales decline estimated by economists. Retail executives at retailers like Kohl’s, Nordstrom, Neiman
The name Ariel Levy is one that you may not know now, but in a few years his name could be among those of Rich Paul and Jeff Schwartz. At 14 years old, Levy was on his own reaching out to players and helping them
Gus Dahleh claims “there will be no shortage of opportunities in the world of commercial real estate investing in 2020. The majority of economists are predicting that the economy in the United States will continue to expand. Because other global financial markets are experiencing volatility,
YouTube is pumping up 2020 virtual pomp-and-circumstance circuit with a video graduation ceremony, including commencement addresses delivered by former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama. YouTube’s “Dear Class of 2020” original special will feature other celebs and notable names including BTS, Lady Gaga and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The festival-style
1.) I really focused on growing my personal brand first and tested a lot of ideas subliminally to my audience just to see what they would think of it at first. I knew this would be the people purchasing it so I had to
Goodfellas wiseguy Vinny Asaro got a break Friday when he was released from prison over concerns about the coronavirus, the New York Post reports. The thinking: He’s 85 and suffered a stroke just last year. “If Asaro were to contract COVID-19, given his age and current state, it
A tentative easing around the world of coronavirus lockdowns gathered pace Saturday with the reopening in India of neighborhood stores that many of the country’s 1.3 billion people rely on for everything from cold drinks to mobile phone data cards, the AP reports. In the US, the