Author: Denise Baucom

Riverstone and Galuccio in Talks to Establish Joint Business Venture

Riverstone, under the leadership of founders Pierre Lapeyre and David Leuschen (http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/news/articles/an-uncommon-energy), is already a well-known competitor in Mexico’s energy sector, is set to reap the benefits of its insights. Through capital investments in the Gulf of Mexico made through companies such as Fieldwood Energy. Furthermore, they have raised a farther 750 million dollars from local pension funds. Making them the ideal partner for oil executive Galuccio.

The Builders of Washington DC

Lerner Enterprises really proves itself to be a jack-of-all-trades as it is involved in residential, commercial and hotel construction along with providing services such as planning and management just to name a few. The Bozzuto group is known for its works not just in Washington DC but also all across the Northeast area. The federal Realty Investment Trust is a business that really stays on top of its gains as the company specializes in high-end residential buildings, and it holds a portfolio easily into multiple millions of dollars. JBG companies is more than just a major player in the real estate development field. They are a Powerhouse heavy hitter with assets that total 10 billion dollars.

Miami’s 2017 Booming Art Scene

Miami has become a booming destination for art lovers and is attracting both artists and tourists from all over the world. All kinds of artwork can be found here, from murals and photographs to sculptures and ceramics. The artwork consists of many different styles, some of which includes contemporary, ethnic and urban designs. Many local artists are even working on developing their own unique brand. George Lindemann and other Art enthusiasts can purchase various art pieces at one of the many annual art festivals or at a local art gallery.

Electronic Recycling: Who Do You Give Your Electronics To?

Electronic Recycling: Who Do You Give Your Electronics To?

Last but certainly not least, in our electronic recycling journey, is Source America. Source America works with nonprofit organizations that employ people with special needs and or disabilities for the last forty years. Not only does Source America recycle your old unused electronics, they also manage traditional recycling. Source America does take recycling products from businesses and use a company called CyclePoint to do so. CyclePoint does have 70 listed drop-off sites across the United States.