Monthly Archives: January, 2016

Hugh Jackman Receives “Wolverine 3” Script

The end of an era in superhero cinema is soon to arrive. Wolverine 3 is slated to be Hugh Jackman’s last appearance as the violent mutant anti-hero. The script for the final film in the trilogy has been completed and sent to Jackman. No details on the plot are confirmed, but most indications are the narrative is based on the “Old Man Logan” mini-series.

“Old Man Logan” features an aged Wolverine approaching his passing. The bittersweet tale takes place in the near future, a future in which Wolverine takes part in one last adventure before departing the earth.

Hugh Jackman will forever go done in geek history as the quintessential Wolverine. His first appearance as the character in the original X-Men film made the Australian actor into a worldwide superstar. A solo series was spun from the X-Men features with the second Wolverine film receiving more acclaim than the first.

Originally, Fox was going to recast a young celebrity like Jon Urbana in Jackman’s part in X-Men: Days of Future Past. Jackman ended up keeping the role. 20th Century Fox likely worried about an audience backlash due to unnecessary (and unwanted) recasting.

The X-Men cinematic universe is slated to get a total reboot after the release of X-Men: Apocalypse. Rumors suggest Jackman has a cameo in the new film.

Phillip Diehl From US Money Reserve Speaks About The Penny

It may come as a surprise to you, but the President of US Money Reserve has announced some major changes in the line up of currency that is used within the United States, and it is fascinating news that will have a great effect upon our society. Have you heard of US Money Reserve? You probably have already heard of them, but if you haven’t, here are some quick facts about them.

It is really important that you hear about the information that was revealed by the President of US Money Reserve, Phillip Diehl. Mr. Diehl spoke about the changes in the currency line up on a special report on CNBC’s hit television show, Squawkbox. He basically says that the penny is the one piece of currency that the United States market needs to do away with because of its high cost of production. Apparently, the smallest piece of currency that the United States currently uses also costs more to produce for the market than it holds in its value. This would, of course, be a major change for the US economy. Mr. Diehl says that the penny isn’t even worth picking up from the city streets at this point.

The President of US Money Reserve took some time to respond to an interesting comment that was given by Andrew Sorkin. Apparently, Sorkin believes that the penny is important to the US economy, and Sorkin believes that taking the penny away from the market will cause some changes in inflation that could not be foreseen. Sorkin also believes that the penny leaving the US market will cause prices to become distorted. It was an interesting point, but Phillip Diehl had an impressive rebuttal that put Sorkin’s point to shame. President Diehl pointed out the stunning statistics about the way our economy works currently. According to Diehl, who has credible sources, the majority of our country’s transactions are not done with currency. 75 percent of our transactions are done by means of electronic transfers, so the changes from taking the penny from the market would be minimal.

Here is the url for that article about US Money Reserve from News On 6 and PR NewsWire.

Will the Ukraine be the next big financial crisis?

George Soros began his philanthropic work according to in 1979, first by providing scholarships to blacks in South Africa under apartheid and has grown to be a part of ventures in over 100 countries. The Open Society Foundations have sought to work towards more democratic governments around the world, better conditions for all citizens, and better transparency within governments. On the Open Society Foundations website (2016) Mr. George Soros is stated as considering “open society—where rights are respected, government is accountable, and no one has the monopoly on the truth.”

Within the United States economy there were many factors that together led to the Great Recession. Some of these factors were investment banks were not held to the same regulatory policies that depository banks were, banks were borrowing short and lending long, and in the attempt to stabilize and save the economy money was diverted from business investment to share buy-back for executives. Shortly after this in 2009 Greece had their great financial crisis. The Greek government had spent beyond its means for many years, borrowing more money than it was collecting in taxes, and presenting its financial situation as much better than it was in order to join the European Union. Things got so bad that it was too expensive for Greece to borrow money to pay off its debts. Due to expansiveness of the situation if Greece declares bankruptcy all of the countries that have extended loans to Greece will not get their money and most likely will not be able to pay their own debts. This has led to the creditors’ not being willing to disclose the amount of the loans that Greece has with them.

The Ukraine in recreating itself is looking to the European Union for some assistance in this process and to stave off aggression from Russia. However, the European Union seems to be looking at the Ukraine as the Greece crisis all over again. Mr. Soros (2015) postulates, “the new Ukraine is one of the most valuable assets that Europe has, both for resisting Russian aggression and for recapturing the spirit of solidarity that characterized the European Union in its early days.” There was a large mismanagement of the crisis in Greece through loans at punitive rates and micromanaged reforms from outside of Greece that has wound up creating another string of problems. . With the current situation in the Ukraine, there are two choices according to Mr. Soros, either repeat the mistakes that were made in the Greek crisis, or treat it as the great asset that it is for the European Union by preserving the new Ukraine and assuring its success with Ukraine’s allies doing whatever it takes to enable Ukraine to survive and introduce far reaching economic and political reforms.



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The Appointment of Shaygan Kheradpir as the New Coriant CEO

Coriant, which was founded as an independent company in 2013, appointed Shaygan Kheradpir as the new CEO of the company. Coriant Company mainly focuses on providing networking solutions in the quick changing business world. The company has really achieved in improving network resources improvement and creating new services that generate revenue.

Currently, Coriant is recognized as a leading network operator working in over 100 countries. The company has also attracted a vast line of customers that include, content providers, cable MSOs, government agencies, large enterprises, mobile and fixed line service providers, financial institutions and utility companies.

Coriant was founded by the merging of Nokia Siemens Networks, Tellabs and Sycamore Networks. Over the years, Coriant has helped offer ¬solutions that has really generated end-user service revenue.

The current Coriant’s CEO, Shaygan Kheradpir, has gathered much of executive experience working with the telecom, technology and financial industries. He has been recognized in the business and technology field for the last over two decades.

Shaygan graduated from Cornell University and got his PhD, masters and bachelors in the engineering field. After graduating, Shaygan started his career at GTE Corporation after which he later joined Verizon as a chief information officer and a member of the executive leadership team. Shaygan has also worked in other organizations including Barclays bank where he served as a technology and chief operations officer. He was also in the bank’s executive committee.

Prior to joining Coriant, Shaygan worked with the senior management team at Coriant and also held the position of an operating partner at Marlin Equity Partners. .

TOWN Residential Analyses the Manhattan Real Estate Market

According to Virtual Strategy Marketing, Town Residential has released its quarterly report on the residential market for the final quarter of 2015. The firm found that the average price of real estate in Manhattan is increasing despite a slight “soft patch” in the fall. The average sale price in Manhattan increased by 5.2% over the course of the past year, and the median sales price growth over last year reached 16%.

The price per foot increased by 6.2% to a record high, reaching prices of $1505 per square foot by the end of the year. The median sale price of a condo in Manhattan showed the most significant growth, reaching an average value $1,736,250 by the end of the fourth quarter of 2015. The price of a co-op in Manhattan likewise increased, but by a significantly smaller margin.

The price of real estate of all kinds has steadily increased in Manhattan. According to Andrew Heiberger, the CEO and founder of Town Residential, the trends can largely be attributed to the sale of trophy listings in new real estate developments, many of which have record prices which are having a significant effect on the average price of real estate.

The data for this report came from a thorough analysis of real estate sales from October to December. Comparing that data with that of previous periods revealed the current trends of the real estate market, a valuable aid for any who wish to buy or sell property in Manhattan.

Bruce and Karen Levonson’s Gift Fosters Philanthropy

Seed Money Followed with Major Gift
The PR Newswire first reported the story about Bruce and Karen Levonson and their launched seed money that was followed with a major gift. This gift from the Levonsons has led to the growth of The Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership. This is at the University of Maryland. Their gift has grown into a leading center that fosters philanthropic studies. This is in the Nation’s Capital. This had first been launched three years ago with seed money. This had been followed up with a major gift from the Levensons.
Students are Given Skills and Experiences
These University of Maryland students are able to obtain skills and experience with innovative programs. Each and every student will graduate with an informed knowledge. They will have the ability to be a motivated and informed philanthropist. 

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