NutriMost’s Legal Battle Is Complimentary and Foreshadows a Greater Future for the Company

What if you did not need to change your life completely to lose nearly forty pounds–would you try whatever promised this dream? You probably answered yes, which is why you should learn more about NutriMost. Unlike all other diet companies, NutriMost takes ascientific approach to losing weight. They developed something called NRF Technology, which detects thousands of genetic markers in a person’s body, including the ones responsible for weight gain and loss. From there, an extensive team of doctors, nutritionists, and scientists determine a course of action for every client that will help them lose weight quickly, efficiently, and in a way that will change their entire life for the rest of their lives. The best part of all, though, is definitely the fact that clients will never feel hungry nor ready to be rid of this diet.

Losing Weight and feeling great with NutriMost

 The company’s technology cannot be replicated. This fact has made rival companies attempt to copy NutriMost in other manners, like the way that they advertise their program. Healthy Living, NutriMost’s biggest opponent, allegedly stole NutriMost’s promotional video. When they were asked to remove the video, their response was clear as they produced another one. When NutriMost’s legal counsel went to check the status of this alteration, they were stunned to recognize some familiar faces in the film: NutriMost’s clients! Naturally, this was the last straw and a legal battle commenced. Though this case is unsettling and stressful now, it will soon be viewed as flattering and as further proof that NutriMost works.

Justfab Approaching IPO

Fashion based subscription service, Just Fab Inc., has turned a profit for the first time ever in the first quarter of 2016. The company is projected to make a sum of $650 million this year, brining a new record compared to last years $505 million.

The LA Times recently reported on the success of the subscription based fashion service with over 4 million subscribers. Their article states “Two years ago, the company gained much-coveted “unicorn” status after it was valued at $1 billion following a fundraising round.”.

The company has upcoming plans this month (August) for a corporate name change. The co-founder Adam Goldenberg said the new name will avoid the word “fab”. He also mentioned that the company is heading towards an IPO in the future.

Just Fab’s success with selling inexpensive fashion accessories through a subscription based model stands out in a sea of dead companies that have failed to turn a profit via similar subscription services.

From Justfab’s corporate website, their corporate promise reads “To reinvent the global fashion business in a way that personally engages every customer and delivers on trend fashion at exceptional value.”

When a user subscribes to the service, they take an introductory ‘Personal Style Quiz’ designed to help Justfab better understand their shopper’s needs. It also helps the company find styles that work with their customer’s existing apparel, and accessories.

Without the need of wasted advertising, and creating clothing that people are not interested in, the company has managed to reduce their costs by 30-50%. This is due to the personalization of their customer’s orders, and the costs cut on advertising their products. Learn more about Just Fab:

With over 50 million products shipped in 10 different countries, and 12 million Facebook fans, it’s easy to see why Justfab is growing so steadily in a waning subscription based market.

Lake Tahoe Family Skiing

Lake Tahoe has become one of the most popular destinations for family ski vacations in the United States. Besides boasting some of the best skiing in the world, there are several other reasons you should choose Lake Tahoe for your next ski vacation. Lake Tahoe is readily accessible from either Nevada or California. Reno-Tahoe International Airport offers connecting flights to any destination in the world. By car from Reno, travel time is less than two hours. From the California side, Interstate 80 is an all weather highway, that will easily take you to any Lake Tahoe ski resort at

The vistas at Lake Tahoe will take your breath away, especially when they’re covered with snow. For After Dark entertainment, Lake Tahoe is home to several beautiful casinos where you’ll find great dining and famous entertainers from around the world.

Squaw Valley is the most famous of Lake Tahoe’s fabulous ski resorts. Squaw Valley was the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics, imagine the thrill of skiing some of the same slopes that Olympic skiers once used. Squaw Valley is a very large facility, encompassing several thousand acres, of open bowl skiing. There are over 100 different runs serviced by 33 State of the art ski lifts to choose from.

Squaw Valley offers a challenging run for any skier, from beginner to expert. Squaw Valley receives over 450 inches of snow annually and is over 9000 feet at the summit, and a little over 6000 feet on the valley floor. Squaw Valley even offers two half pipes for those who think they up to it.

If you think Squaw Valley might be a little too challenging for you or your family, you should try Alpine Meadows ski resort. While still considered a world-class ski resort, Alpine Meadows is a little less hectic, or laid back if you prefer. Alpine Meadows is considered a great resort for the first time skier or someone who is just learning to ski. In fact, Alpine Meadows was created as a family oriented ski resort.

Alpine Meadows is located very close to Squaw Valley. In fact, there is a free shuttle service that travels between the two ski resorts. Because of its location, Alpine Meadows has one of the longest ski seasons of any Lake Tahoe ski resort, receiving over 400 inches of snow annually.

Plan to visit Squaw Valley or Alpine Meadows for your next family ski vacation, you will not be disappointed.

Successful Female Plastic Surgeon: Dr. Jennifer Waldren

Dr. Jennifer Waldren, an Austin native, graduated second in class at the University of Galveston at the medical branch. Once she received her higher education in Texas, she completed a fellowship for asthetic surgery at the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat hospital. She decided to stay in New York and build a successful practice. Then she decided to move back to Austin, her hometown.

Dr. Jennifer Waldren has been an practicing surgeon for eight years. Her focus is plastic surgery, which includes breast augemntations, face lifts, eyelid lifts, and nose jobs. Only 851 of the 8,100 board certified plastic surgeons are women. Of the 851 female surgeons, only 180 are board certified. Only a dozen of these female members live in Texas.

Dr. Waldren knows she’s rarity. She thinks one of the reasons it is so male dominated is that a surgeon must complete five years post-medical school training and a 1-2 year fellowship. Many women do not wish to delay child bearing. On top of that, she feels the culture doesn’t treat women the same. They have to constantly prove themselves, even if they are at the top of their field. Being a female plastic surgeon has its benefits. Almost 91% of all plastic surgeries are performed on women.

Part of the reason she moved back to Austin is she decided to become a mother. She understands their concerns as she has undergone certain changes during pregnancy. She can empathize with these patients and their needs, which is what makes her an amazing doctor. Dr. Jennifer Waldren truly has found her balance of work and home to become a successful surgeon and mother of twins.


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A Look At Former CEO Stephen Murray

Who Is Stephen Murray? What It His Background?

Stephen Murray is a former financial equity company executive. His claim to fame has been being the chief executive officer of private equity firm CCMP Capital. CCMP Capital was one of the largest private equity buyout companies in the world.

Mr. Murray passed away on March 12, 2015 after battling a chronic case of cancer that ultimately took his life. Stephen Murray was 52 years old when he died. He leaves behind four boys and a wife Tami.

Stephen Murray CCMP Capital grew up in the suburbs of New York City. He was raised in the affluent and suburban Westchester County just North of the New York City borough of the Bronx. Mr. Murray would later relocate to Stamford, Connecticut after he became a father and got married. He was very active in supporting local museums and charities in Connecticut and the New York Metropolitan area.

Mr. Murray got a bachelors of arts degree from Boston College in Massachusetts. His major there was economics. Stephen Murray would later get a masters degree. This time his major was business administration and the place of study was Columbia University in New York City.

A Closer Look At The Philanthropy Of Stephen Murray

Stephen Murray has donated significant amounts of money to numerous charities throughout Connecticut and the New York City metropolitan area. He has also volunteered his time to charities and non profit organizations as well.

Mr. Murray actively supported his alma matters, which includes Boston College and Columbia Business School, where he graduated from.

In Connecticut he was a major benefactor of the Stamford Museum, found in the city where he and his family resided for a significant period of time before he passed away. Stephen Murray supported the Make A Wish Foundation In The New York Metro area, which helps poor youth experience trips, shows and grants them wishes that would otherwise be unavailable to them.

Mr. Stephen Murray also supported the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County, which helped the poor and hungry in Mr. Murray’s county of residence.

A Brief Look At Stephen Murray’s Career

In addition to serving as CEO of CCMP Capital, which bought out and invested money in firms in the middle market segment, Mr. Murray held a number of other key board positions.

He was a member of the board of Octagon Credit Investors, Strongwood Insurance Holdings and Infogroup Inc. to name just a few. Mr. Murray was known to be an excellent deal maker and a humble individual who was well liked by his colleagues. This is according to the successor and co-worker at CCMP Capital Greg Brenneman.

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Success Follows Dick DeVos Through His Life

Dick DeVos is a name I have been aware of for many years, but taking a look at his life in an article from the New Netherland Institute gave me a fresh look at just how much success the Michigan based businessperson has found. DeVos has always been willing to look outside the comfort zone of his the AmWay Group his father founded and continues to spend a long period of time working to make his Windquest company as successful as possible.

I was initially unaware of the success DeVos initially found as the leader of the foreign arm of the AmWay group when he was finally promoted to the role of vice president at AmWay in 1984. Responsible for an under performing arm of the AmWay Group I was impressed by the turnaround Dick DeVos oversaw in 18 global markets, which later allowed his father the confidence to appoint him the President of AmWay; Dick Devos impressed me with the many chances he took over the course of his career, including his years spent guiding the NBA’s Orlando Magic to their highest levels of success.

Dick DeVos has not only been an impressive businessperson but also one of the top philanthropists in the nation, which is where I first became aware of the work he completes with the Dick and Betsy DeVos Foundation. I first became aware of Dick DeVos as a campaigner for education reform in the Grand Rapdis, Michigan region, a campaign he continued across the U.S. with the opening of many charter schools.

Alongside the work Dick DeVos has completed for education I was also impressed by the way the former Libertarian political candidate has worked to make sure the arts remain an important part of life in all areas of the U.S. Reading the Wikipedia page of Dick DeVos shows he is an avid supporter of the arts in their major form at the Kennedy Center of the Arts and at local level in Grand Rapids, Michigan.