Would You Go This Far To Win A Project Or Job? – Forbes

BELLEVILLE: Darrell Coons discusses his roles, vision with BASIC and Belleville Main Street | Top Stories | News Democrat

Heres how far Schussler was willing to go to achieve his first career-level job. In our visit he recounted his childhood and early entrepreneurial life. Schussler grew up scrappy and poor. His parents divorced when he was eight and he moved from a 10-bedroom house to a one-bedroom apartment with his two brothers and his mother, who stayed in the kitchen. He started working early to pay for extra curricular sports. He lied about his age and got a paper route and had held between 16 and 20 jobs before the age of 16. Bricklaying, a beach club, started his own painting company.
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Steve Schussler is the creator of multiple award-winning restaurants including the T-Rex Cafe

Its the worlds ninth-largest oil exporter, with the largest proven petroleum reserves of any country. And that nation of 30 million people and a $400 billion economy has disproportionate influence in the Americas. Its government has spent billions of dollars on Russian arms and abetted the criminal activities of Iran and Hezbollah.
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Venezuela betrayed — missed chance to expose regime | New York Post

Recently BASIC endorsed a plan that went to the City Council as the Belleville Neighborhood Partnership, dividing the city into zones, getting neighborhood associations within those zones to work together. So BASIC is just an umbrella a lot of that works under. We have zone leaders now we can call to reach all the neighborhood associations at once.
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Big Data DIY – Wall Street & Technology

Heres what banks need, and consulting firms should provide (especially the ones that have a lot of valuable, multi-firm, multi-use-case experience): a place where Bank IT leaders can get hands-on, and have big data DIY enabled — with supervision and direction. We need a clean, well-lighted place where industry innovators can get the advice and guidance they need to take these disruptive technologies and translate them into game-changing business value — while still getting their hands dirty. Consultants should help banks assess their acquired big-data capabilities, understand their aspirations and limitations, help them pick the tools and partners they need to achieve their vision, and train them on the tools so they can be productive fast.
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