‘Fortune’ magazine has published their “annual ranking of the most influential young people in business”, titled ‘40 UNDER 40’, and a young, female, Jewish professional has made it to the list.
She is a daughter of billionaire chairman Ronald Perelman, who owns 80% of Revlon through his investment firm, MacAndrews & Forbes.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, looks at the astounding pay gap between male and female executives of Jewish non-profits.
“You always have to be cautious in the lawsuit society that we’re in, you know,” Charney said.
Google hangouts are taking on a whole new meaning. CEO Sergey Brin, who recently split with his wife, is now being seen with Glass marketing manager Amanda Rosenberg.
Marlo Barge CFO of BMI Investment Capital Gives Inspirational Words for Lesson of The Day To Entrepreneurs on achieving dreams and changing the status quo with an live and exclusive interview from Billionaire Sheldon Adelson.
Salaries of Jewish Communal Leaders in the U.S.
Turns out Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has a notorious collegiate past that doesn’t only have to do with creating the social networking site Facebook. Gawker reported recently that, before he dropped out of Harvard to launch his multibillion dollar endeavor, Zuckerberg was an officer at the reputationally Jewish Fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi. He even had a nickname. What was it, you ask. Slayer. (You read right.) Apparently the moniker had more to do with his role of money manager for the fraternity than for his way with the ladies.
If some of the models in American Apparel’s ubiquitous, sex-charged ads look pained, there’s good reason. After the company admitted that its financial reporting since 2009 might have been less than honest, accountants Deloitte and Touche dropped it like a pair of hot pants, according to reports this week.
Interviews with peopele all accross the USA asking them if the think Jews are disproportionately, good at business and making money? Levi Brackman & Sam Jaffe, authors of Jewish Wisdom for Business Success: Wisdom for the Torah and Other Ancient Texts (AMACOM/American Management Association (AMA) 2008), maintain the the reason Jew are disproportionately succesful and good at business is because of lessons, wisdom and teachings that come from the Bible/Torah/Five Books of Moses/Old Testament/Hebrew Bible that they learn from a young age and then apply to business.