Monthly Archives: August 2018

Madison Street Capital Arranges Backing for Infiniti HR

International investment banking firm Madison Street Capital has arranged for a growth capital facility wherein Oak Street Funding will support the endeavors of Infiniti HR to the tune of 4.3 million dollars. Infiniti HR serves small and medium sized business in effort to devise human relations solutions and develop business processes that will allow the businesses to focus on their primary operations. Infiniti HR CEO Scott Smrkovski expressed his gratitude to Madison Street Capital and Oak Street Funding in stating that securing capital was the only thing holding them back from taking Infiniti HR to the next stage in offering assistance to the Franchise and SMB communities through their innovative solutions.

 

Oak Street Funding President and CEO Rick Dennen offered assurances to Infiniti HR about their familiarity with the complexities of the Infiniti HR business model, and expressed confidence in the Infiniti HR management team. Dennen stated that the coordinating prowess of Madison Street Capital’s Berry Peterson had lead them to a mutually beneficial relationship. Peterson declared that Infiniti HR’s unique service platform coupled with a strong proclivity for growth positioned them as an ideal candidate for partnership with Oak Street Funding, who have specialty experience in funding companies with activity in the insurance service sector.

 

Through their confident navigation of many such mutually beneficial deals Madison Street Capital has secured a reputation as being a firm committed to working with integrity and striving to deliver their clients to the world stage. Committed to the success of their clients Madison Street Capital holds their clients goals as their own. With offices in North America, Asia and Africa, Madison Street Capital has the financial advisory, merger and acquisitions expertise to drive the middle market to success. Visit PR.com For more information on Madison Street Capital’s navigation of the deal between Oak Street Funding and Infiniti HR.

 

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The Saga Of Larkin And Lacey Vs. Joe Arpaio Continues

When you are one of the most notorious criminals in Maricopa County, Arizona, don’t worry — you just might get off with a pardon from the President of the United States.

That’s what happened to convicted felon Joe Arpaio, the former Sheriff of Maricopa County.

It sounds like the set up for a Hollywood movie, but all of this really happened. Sheriff Arpaio was once known as the “America’s toughest sheriff.”

He gained national fame by way of brutal police tactics directed against a group of powerless and vulnerable people — undocumented immigrants.

Even Sheriff Arpaio finally went too far, however. His rampant racial profiling and other methods of flouting federal law landed him a conviction for criminal contempt of court. But because he had been victimizing one of President Trump’s least favorite groups — immigrants — Arpaio was pardoned by the President. Read more: Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey Make The List of Civil Rights Protectors | Philly Purge and Michael Lacey | Crunchbase

It was not the first time Sheriff Arpaio had abused his office and the Constitution of the United States.

Back in 2007 he ordered the arrest of two journalists, Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin. The two men at the time were the owners of Village Voice Media. Their flagship operation was the Phoenix New Times, an alternative weekly newspaper.

It was articles in the Phoenix New Times that raised the ire of Sheriff Arpaio. Lacey and Larkin had been dogging the out-of-control cop for years with story after story detailing his abuse of Latino and Hispanic people. Arpaio sent a squad of plainclothes detective to arrest Mike Lacey and Jim Larkin in the middle of the night from their Phoenix homes.

It proved to be another of Sheriff Arapio’s major mistakes. It ended up costing his employer, the taxpayers of Maricopa County, $3.7 million after the two newsmen sued the county for false arrest and violation of their 1st Amendment rights.

It was yet another chapter in the long saga of two irrepressible media men going up against the sanctioned law enforcement arm of the state. The battle of Larkin and Lacey against Sheriff Joe Arpaio is already the stuff of legend — but the story continues.

Arpaio, fresh off his pardon, is now running for a U.S. Senate seat in Arizona while Larkin and Lacey have left the news business.

They recently sold their interest in Village Voice Media but continue to be a thorn in the side of Arpaio in other ways — including through the establishment of the Larkin and Lacey Frontera Fund — a powerful advocacy organization for undocumented immigrants funded with the $3.7 million gained from suing Maricopa County.

Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey:

http://releasefact.com/2017/09/jim-larkin-and-michael-lacey-continue-fight-for-latino-rights-after-pardoning-of-joe-arpaio/ and http://frontpageconfidential.com/michael-lacey-jim-larkin-arpaio-frontera-fund-first-amendment/

Wes Edens Shows Us A Strategic Asset Manager

When you make it from the bottom and reach a certain success you have a appreciation for the underdog. This is the approach that Wes Edens uses when helping others in many cities and states. Wes Edens is a man who believes in the hardwork and the use of intelligence. He has single handed brought the brightline train service to a level of success which, required expansion in four other cities throughpout the United States Of America. Wes Edens is a man of great vision and has let his vision manifest through investments that he has managed for himself and other investment accounts.

Wes Edens Partnerships Are Strategic

As Wes Edens reached paroumount levels of success with the Fortress Investment Group as a Co – Founder, he strategically reached out to other investors to establish a win – win partnerships that led to massive asset growth months down the road. Buying a soccer team has established Wes as a highly intelligent asset manager and strategic growth investor. The strategy made the soccer team more stable an stronger for growth opportnities. It also made Wes and his Fortress Investment Group a force to be wrecken with. Using his previous experiences in a life to help make him more keen on his decisions, Wes continues to build a portfolio that is already able to compete with billion portfolios’. With his eyes set on improving the economy through his business endeavors, one thing is for certain, and that is Wes reach will scale further then most in his position.

You can look at his lifestyle as a motivation for being persistent and stay focus when obstacles come your way. If he is able to make an obstacle an opportunity then you can do it too. For many years to come, we will continue to see the reach and growth of Wes strategic asset manager ability. Bucks Wes Edens’ ‘take-home pay’ is $54M: New York Times

Dr. Saad Saad Reveals Ways to Get A Foreign Object Out of Your Child’s Trachea

BJ Harrington recently wrote an article for the Medical Daily Times website titled. “Hard to Swallow Advice from Dr. Saad Saad.” The article reveals how the skilled pediatric surgeon handles foreign objects that are often swallowed by children. The surgeon has more than four decades of experience in the field, helping thousands of children from 6-month-old infants to 14-year-old teenagers. These children will often get something stuck in their esophagus or trachea, making it difficult to get the object out of their throat.

 

Dr. Saad Saad reveals that curiosity often leads young children to put a foreign object into their mouths and swallow them accidentally. One of the most dangerous times is when the child is a toddler. Often the object will simply pass through the food pipe into the stomach and will pass without any complications. However, there are times when an object will become stuck in a more serious way. The object can often become stuck in the food pipe or may go down the windpipe. Parents should be aware of the symptoms of a foreign object getting stuck in the throat. Symptoms include trouble swallowing, trouble breathing and wheezing.

 

Dr. Saad Saad reveals that hot dogs, coins, and peanuts are objects he has often seen in the operating room. These are common objects that will get stuck in the food pipe. However, when a small object like a peanut gets stuck in the windpipe, it can become more dangerous. When the peanut breaks down, the fragments will go into the lungs and can lead to serious infections and illnesses.

 

There are a few ways to get the object out on your own. If the child is under six years old, the parent should hold them upside down and pat them lightly on the back. This allows gravity to do most of the work for you, forcing the object to pop out of the throat. However, if a child is older, a parent can perform the Heimlich maneuver. This is accomplished by wrapping your hands around their waist from behind, forcing your hands into their abdomen with considerable force. This will encourage the object to come out of the throat without any further trouble.

 

However, if these tactics do not remove the object from your child’s throat, they should be taken to the emergency room. Dr. Saad reveals that parents should never try to reach into the child’s throat with their fingers to remove the object because it can make the situation worse.

Learn more : https://www.doximity.com/pub/saad-saad-md