Everyone has seen the infomercials on YouTube with models and actresses saying that Wen by Chaz Cleansing Conditioner is their new “go-to” product for daily hair care. You can’t argue with their results, as their hair is long, luscious and shiny. Women all over are giving this popular product a go, and one beauty blogger, Emily McClure decided to take a week to try the product and document her results in an article for “Bustle” titled “I Used Cleansing Cleansing Conditioner On My Fine Hair & Here’s What Happened’, https://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened.
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Anthony Petrello is the president and CEO of Nabors Industries. He is also a member of Texas Children’s Hospital Board of Trustees. Antony and his wife, Cynthia, donated $5 million and pledged $7 million in a fundraising effort to support a research initiative for kids with neurological diseases at Texas Children’s Hospital.
Their philanthropy is inspired by adversity. Caren, the couple’s eight-year old daughter, suffers from periventricular leukomalacia (PVL). She was diagnosed with the disease, common in infants, at birth. The neurological disease, which is brought about by lack of oxygen and/or blood flow to the brain, caused cerebral palsy and other delayed developmental issues to Caren. After numerous repetitions, their daughter has mastered how to chew food. She is also learning how to walk.
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Anthony Petrello understands the frustration of parents living with kids suffering from neurological diseases. Recently, he conducted a research on different pediatric institutions across the country. Petrello learnt that parents would go out of the way if they were assured half a chance of their kids’ recovery. He realized that something needed to be done to rescue the situation. To demonstrate their commitment to helping other parents cope with these diseases, the couple decided to support the Neurological Research Institute (NRI) at Texas Children’s Center where their daughter is receiving treatment. Texas Children’s Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine developed NRI to foster research collaboration of between 30 and 40 faculties, clinicians and scientists. They seek to develop treatments for neurological diseases in children.
Tony Petrello joined Nabors Industries, the largest drilling contractor worldwide, in 1991. He was appointed to serve as a member of the board of directors. In addition, Tony serves as the chairperson of the executive committee of the board. Over the years, he has held several positions in the company, including being the chief operating officer and deputy chairman. He is in charge of developing strategic plans that enable the company to thrive in the highly competitive industry. Tony is also a director of Hilcorp Energy and Stewart & Stevenson LLC. At Baker & McKenzie’s New York office, the executive served as a managing partner.
Securus Technologies Inc., a distinguished provider of criminal justice and public safety technology solutions in the US has entered in a supremacy battle with its main competitor Global Tel Link (GTL). This was after GTL announced that their services are of the same standard with those Securus provides. While responding to this malicious claim, Securus chief executive officer, Mr. Richard A. Smith called upon GTL to accept the challenge of having a private judge decide which company is superior regarding using sophisticated and modern technology which guarantees quality services to their clients.
He added that Securus in the last four years had reinvested more than $700 million in acquiring new companies, enhancing their products through modern technology, and developing state of the art customer service center while GTL had invested very little in modernizing their services.
- Securus has developed comprehensive products for correctional facilities in the US.
- Securus has a fully equipped customer service center operated by Securus employees while GTL contract out a significant portion of its customer service.
iii. Securus has its trained technicians while GTL depends on contractors to carry out its operations who do not have the same commitment to serving their clients.
- Securus has also developed the largest VOIP calling platform in the world for correctional facilities which enables them to provide quality calling rates at lower rates as compared to GTL’s institution based platform.
- Former GTL customers who have migrated to Securus have confessed of being frustrated with their services.
Securus Technologies Inc. is based in Dallas Texas. Since its inauguration in 1986, Securus has developed to one of the leading provider of criminal justice and public safety technology solutions. The institution serves more than 3400 public safety, law enforcement, and correctional agencies across North America. Also, more than 1, 200, 000 inmates in various states depend on Securus Technologies products to communicate with their families.