The brothers traded off going to school and college and working to keep the grocery running. He previously served on the Executive Committee of the Board of the National Venture Capital Association and was also a founding member of Venture Philanthropy Partners, a philanthropic organization in the Washington, D. The preserved pollen is applied directly to the silks, on demand, to increase the yield and purity of hybrid seed and grain production. Behrakis also publishes the Hellenic Voice. The Sacramento Bee reported the family already held 18,000 acres of farmland and vineyards and 40,000 acres of cattle grazing land in Northern California. Behrakis sold his eye care products to Bausch and Lomb and searched for new products, including pharmaceuticals for asthma and allergies.
His fortune didn't come easily. Calamos was the first member in his family to graduate from college. As of early 2012, it had 6 million subscribers. I am grateful for the service of board members both past and present. He ran for mayor as an independent in 1964, but lost. He was named to the National Council of the Archons.
A recipient of many awards for his contributions to business, science, the arts and the Greek Orthodox Church, he sits on the board of The Boston Symphony Orchestra and is emeritus chairman of Northeastern University. He also is a founding member of Faith: An Endowment for Orthodoxy and Hellenism. His insurance work first focused on individual retirement plans, before shifting into executive compensation and estate planning. Prior to his stint at Millennium, he was an associate at Venrock Associates focusing on early stage biotechnology investments. In 1980, the couple launched, T. He is the recipient of four Honorary Doctorate degrees. Capellas previously served as a member of the American University Board of Trustees, and is recognized as a global thought leader in the technology industry.
Before assuming broader responsibilities of business leadership, Vagelos had won scientific recognition as an authority on lipids and enzymes, and as a research manager. Karabots, 80, owner of Kappa Publishing Group, Inc. His decisions on whom to support are based on what their stances are on the important issues of the community — the Ecumenical Patriarchate, Greece, and Cyprus. He helped tear down his grade school and sold the bricks. However, we are many that focused rather on the education of our young and selected to enter the noble profession. The company went public in 2004.
Angelos, has attorneys and locations in Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. See that lady ringing the bell? Peterson now dedicates his time to his foundation and other charitable activities. He credits his Air Force time for sharpening his risk assessment skills. Morgan, Chase Capital Partners and Desai Capital Management to give him 10 percent of Triton as compensation for running the deal. The odds of winning a prize depend on the skill of the entrants and the number of entries received.
During his first homeless period, after he and his then-wife separated, he collected bottles to stay afloat, all while caring for his 2-year-old son. Louis School of Medicine as chairman of its Biological Chemistry Department where he founded the division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences. Admission to the galleries and special programs is free. Vahaviolos, who was born in 1946 in historic Mistras, in the Peloponnese, as a child ripped apart electrical machinery and rebuilt it for fun — as well as for better safety in the newly electrified village. Angelos and his wife have two sons, John and Louis. He started his career in various management positions at General Electric Company.
But today, he's better known for his philanthropy, donating millions to causes around Iowa. From 1953 to 1956, Catacosinos served as an officer in the U. The actress, who cranks out at least two films a year, has also been a producer in recent years. Harris Pappas was its Chief Operating Officer until his retirement in 2011. He worked there for 30 years.
Mason City, Iowa — Applications for the John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Venture Competition are now being accepted. He served on the Board of Trustees at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. He arrived in the U. Monday, September 30, 2013 The 2013 John Pappajohn Iowa Business Plan Competition came to a close on Sept. In February 2014, Hostess announced a partnership with Big Lots to sell sharply discounted Hostess-brand snacks through the closeout chain. It sells products in 120 countries around the world. He has been an active supporter of national Democratic candidates.
. A star defensive tackle on its football team, he serves on the board of the Yale Football Alumni Committee. A firm believer in education, he supports various educational institutions. He previously served on the board of Pine Manor College, Chestnut Hill, Mass. In Sweden, he met his artist wife, Erika Knickman Spyropoulos. To date, over 150,000 college students have taken part in the latter, which have sparked over 1,000 new businesses.