MB2 Dental offers a unique alternative to stuffy private dental practices and large impersonal corporate groups with an entrepreneurial approach. They assist providers, dental graduates and support team members with business solutions, peer to peer support, and doctor mentors. MB2 Dental understands that practices are a direct reflection of their staff. This shows in the stellar reviews by current and past employees of MB2 Dental affiliates. A great team atmosphere, unique work environment, plenty of opportunities for career growth, caring leadership and new technology were at the top of the list.
The founder and CEO, Dr. Steven Villanueva, DMD, has seen first hand the issues plaguing the dental community. He referred to what he experienced when he started out as the “trenches”. Knowing he had to challenge the traditional norms of the dental practice, Dr. Villanueva started MB2 as a dental practice development company in 2009. Siting that the less time a dentist has to worry about the business aspect of a practice, the more time they have to spend with the patient. This enhances the dental practice experience for the doctors, staff, and patients.
MB2 Dental is owned by dentists that know what other dentists need to succeed. They provide support services to its affiliates such as:
- Business Development and Training
Affiliate locations in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Alaska.
In the dental practice not unlike other medical practices, there has to be continuity, accountability, and stability. Balancing these attributes with the individuality and uniqueness of its staff is tricky. If not properly managed, one aspect is sure to suffer as the other flourishes. Ensuring all aspects of the dental affiliate works harmoniously is where MB2 Dental comes in.
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It’s easy to look at Anthony Petrello and see just the President, chairman and CEO of Nabor’s Industries. It’s easy to forget that behind the businessman there is a person who has had to work hard to make that climb to the top. Not only that but he has a life like anyone else, as well as a personality.
Tony Petrello came from a working class family in Newark, New Jersey to attend Yale University, where his earned his MS as well as his BS. It’s from his college roommate, Llyod Grove, and his article in The Daily Beast that we get a glimpse at a young Petrello. Grove described him as being an extrovert who was quick to not only make jokes, but also was quick to laugh at the wit of others. Grove states that the Petrello he knew would be the first to laugh at negativity thrown his way. From Yale, Anthony went on to Harvard Law, after which he join the law firm Baker & McKenzie, where he served as Managing Partner of its New York Office.
Petrello holds the position of Director on the Board of Texas Children’s Hospital, a position that is near to his heart since the birth of his daughter Carena. Born early at 24 weeks and weighing only 20 ounces, she was diagnosed with periventricular leukomalacia (PVL), a common neurological disease in premature infants. Finding there wasn’t much research for children’s neurological disorders he has donated millions to find answers.
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In a recent article the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Capital Group, Tim Armour, disagreed with Warren Buffett’s advice to just invest in a passive index fund that follows the S&P 500. He agrees with Buffett that there are way too many expensive and mediocre actively managed mutual funds on the market. He also agrees with Warren Buffett’s approach to analyzing companies in depth before investing in them. However, he doesn’t agree that going with passive investing as it doesn’t protect you when the market goes down.
Armour doesn’t believe in the passive vs. active argument because it is irrelevant. The key to making money over the long-term in the market is lower management fees and avoiding funds that engage in excessive trading. Armour says the key is to find an actively managed fund with low fees and where the advisor running it has a substantial amount of his own money in the fund. An active fund will do better when the markets go down as the advisor will have the ability to make changes while an index fund will just follow whatever the market does.
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Tim Armour has been with Capital Group 1983, the year he graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in economics. In addition to his executive roles he also still serves as an equity portfolio manager. Armour, based in Los Angeles, started his career at Capital Group in The Associates Program and has steadily worked his way up in the company.
Timothy Armour has said many times that “active managers need to earn their keep”. By this he means that many have started to rely far too much on index mutual funds and not enough on active research of companies to inform their decisions. He has said only a good financial manager can spot and react to trends in the market as they happen.
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The contributions of Tony Petrello or Anthony G. Petrello has made him a living legend in the corporate sector. He now serves as the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Nabors Industries.
Nabors company is considered as one of the largest contractors in oil, gas and geothermal drilling business. He also serves as a Director of Hilcorp Energy Company as well as Stewart & Stevenson LLC. While assuming these positions is a hectic task, Tony manages his time to pay back to the society through his philanthropic contributions as well.
Tony has an impressive career as an executive, and he ranked among the top paid CEOs in America in 2015 as well. He completed his Bachelor and Master degree in Mathematics from Yale University in Mathematics. Later on, he earned his Juris Doctor (J.D,) degree from Harvard Law School. After completing his studies, Tony commenced his professional career in 1979 by joining a law firm called Baker and Mackenzie. While serving here, Tony specialized in complex law matters including but not limiting to corporate taxation, international arbitration and much more. Through his excellent work, Tony became the Managing Partner of this firm in 1986 and served here till 1991.
Afterward, Tony took a big step in his career by accepting a Membership position in Nabors Industries in its Board Directors and the Executive Committee of the Board. In this position, he initially utilized his legal expertise from the previous role in Baker and Mackenzie. Gradually, Tony focused on other operational aspects of this company and started to provide strategic direction to most of its operations. For his competencies and excellence, he was appointed as the Deputy Chairman of this company in 2003 and in 2011; he was appointed as the President and CEO of Nabors Industries. In the month of June 2012, Tony became the Chairman, President, and CEO of this company and took overall responsibility for it.
Under the guidance and leadership of Tony, Nabors industry secured unprecedented success and profits in recent years. Last year, its share prices hiked by 180% and Tony was solely credited for this. Right now he is dedicatedly working to grow this company in the competitive market.
Also, Tony is actively supporting neurological research and clinical programs aimed at children. He has pledged $7 million to Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Center in Texas Children Hospital and already paid $5 million to it. He is also serving as a Member of Board of Trustees in the hospital and raising funds.
Kenneth Goodgame is the Senior Vice President and Chief Merchandising Officer of the True Value Company. Since starting his career in 1994, he has helped companies see a great change within their businesses.
He started his professional career with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from the University of Tennessee. After graduation, he worked at the Home Depot. His first position was managing the purchasing of indoor garden products and grew their yields by twenty percent, year over year.
Four years later, he went to work for Proprietary Brands as their director. His big success there was when he negotiated with John Deere Company to sell personal mowers and tractors under the Scotts brand name. In 2001, he became their senior global product merchant and was able to generate an eighteen million dollar increase in gross margins during his time.
In 2002, he took a job as the president and general manager of Newell Rubbermaid’s Rubbermaid Cleaning. When he came in, the company was at a $170 million loss to the fastest growing business as the percent of total sales. He did this through a $30 million annual contract with Wal-Mart and negotiated the largest ever licensing deal for the company. He stayed with Rubbermaid until 2007.
For the next two years, Kenneth Goodgame began to work for Techtronics Industries of North America as the President of both their Baja Motorsports and Direct Tools Factory Outlets. He was able to open thirty stores in those years and added $16 million in net sales. After his time with them, he went to work as the General Merchandising Manager for Ace Hardware. While there, he managed $3.2 billion global purchasing and took their Craftsman program from $9 million to $180 million.
Currently, Goodgame is working for True Value Hardware. Since starting at the company, he has focused on their long-term growth by focusing on their marketing, merchandising, category management, print advertising, pricing, private label and global sourcing. Given his history, True Value knows that their 4,000 independent retailers are in good hands.
James Dondero is the newest member to join the Executive Board of the Cox School of Business. Earlier this year, Southern Methodist University announced their appointment of Dondero to the board. Upon receiving the honor, Dondero commented that he is excited to help enrich the business culture within the Dallas area. As the president and co-founder of Dallas-based Highland Capital Management, Dondero is always interested in ways to encourage and support the local business culture. The Executive Board will meet three times during the year to discuss the strategies and direction of the business school. A large portion of the approximate 100 members come from non-academic backgrounds. In addition to his new board position, Dondero has always been an active contributor to SMU. His own Highland Capital Management Tower Scholars program encourages and aids individuals to pursue studies and careers related to public policy.
Before his active business career, Dondero completed his education at the University of Virginia. He graduated with highest honors during his undergraduate education. Immediately following, Dondero attended the McIntire School of Commerce where he dual-majored in Accounting and Financing. In 1984, he held his first position as an analyst for the Morgan Guaranty training program. With the knowledge and experience gained from his training, Dondero was able to join American Express as a Corporate Bonds Analyst in 1985. Dondero was eventually promoted to Portfolio Manager with $1 billion of assets under his management. He left American Express in 1989 to join forces with Protective Life’s GIV subsidiary during their inception. As the Chief Investment Officer, Dondero helped to guide the company from a small startup to a $2 billion company.
In 1993, James Dondero co-founded Highland Capital Management with Mark Okada. Dondero quickly assumed the role as president as has been guiding the company ever since. Currently, Highland Capital Management and its affiliates have an approximate $16 billion worth of assets under their management. The company is best known for their work in developing the Collateralized Loan Obligation Market. As an SEC-registered financial adviser, Highland Capital Management offers their customers a wide range of award-winning services and products.
Driven by the desire to solve pressing challenges that companies in the IT Sector face, John Goullet ventured into the IT Sector immediately after receiving his degree in computer science. He served as an IT consultant and offered information and technology support services to small and middle-sized companies. In 1994, Goullet transitioned to the IT staffing arena. Working in both consultation and IT staffing fields allowed him to master the broad perspective of the entire IT sector. He combined his incredible mastery of the emerging market trends to create Info Technologies.
John Goullet used his proactive management style to transform Info Technologies into a reliable provider of IT staffing services. Within a short span, the firm started offering solutions to companies throughout the nation, including some internationally recognized Fortune 500 firms. Under five years of Goullet’s insightful leadership, Info Technologies was worth $30 million. It featured on the Inc. Magazine’s list of fastest expanding companies.
Inception of DIVERSANT LLC
Goullet is a visionary executive who is always ready to take advantage of new opportunities in the market. Therefore, when Gene Waddy approached him with the idea of combining Diversant Inc. and Info Technologies, Goullet did not hesitate. Currently, he holds the positions of chairperson and principle of DIVERSANT LCC. He develops strategies that help the company stay relevant in the competitive IT industry. His position enables him to create new, state-of-the-art tactics for meeting challenges that are part of the ever-expanding information technology sector.
Gene Waddy is in charge of all daily affairs, investment tactics, and growth plans of DIVERSANT LLC. He specializes in designing innovative programs that support diversity within workplaces. He trains youths on ways of using technology to boost their professional careers and their lives.
Yoshimura has been serving in the IT sector for over 30 years. As the DIVERSANT LLC’s COO, he develops strategies that promote organizational growth, improves financial strength, and efficiency of operation. He has led several companies such as Experis, Coopers & Lybrand.
Members of this board offer evidence-based advice to the leaders of DIVERSANT LLC but do not take active roles in managing affairs of the firm.
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CCMP Capital is an investment firm that was developed specifically for the purpose of helping customer of the firm on Crunchbase with buyouts as well as growth equity transactions through the reduction of risk, uncertainty, as well as the problems of asymmetric information that is often associated with the financial world and can often block many investors to investment their disposable income. Thanks to CCMP, this roadblock is now lifted as it is formerly run buy one of the best financial experts in the world up until 2015. This individual is Steve Murray, a financial expert who has dedicated decades of his career to helping others achieve true and long-term success within the financial industry.
Stephen Murray has always loved the combination of economics and helping others. As the form CEO of CCMP Capital, Stephen Murray has helped countless individuals find the right investment opportunities that has yielded the highest profit with the lowest risk involved. As a financial expert, Stephen Murray is most known for his excellent customer service. Employees as well as clients of Stephen Murray often remark that working with Stephen Murray often feels like working with a partner rather than a financial expert or a boss. Stephen Murray, though the former CEO, will always be remembered and his legacy will continue to be passed down.
Read more: CCMP Capital Advisors Gets Backing to Resume Investing From Fund
Stephen Murray has always been interested in economics and earned his firm job after earning a degree in economics from Boston College as an analyst for MH Equity Partners, an investment firm that has undergone much change over the past several decades. During the period of change, Stephen Murray was able to demonstrate his talent and his leadership skills and eventually climbed through the ranks within the world of investment to become one of the most notable individuals within the industry. Stephen Murray has demonstrated that dedication and hard work truly lead to success and respect from others.
Stephen Murray is a well respected individual who has always believed that wealth should be shared
rather than kept to oneself. With this in mind, Stephen Murray has donated much time and effort to several organizations in New York City. One of his favorite organizations to make constant donations to is the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a foundation that is known to help children with chronic illnesses who has the inability to follow their dreams. With his many donations and hours spent with the children, Stephen Murray has made sure to help the children find their dreams.
Learn more about Steve Murray: http://www.ccmpcapital.com/team/
If there is a chance to help someone, it is a forgone conclusion that Keith Mann is going to do something about it and he is going to act quickly. He is not big into wasting time or letting things pass him by in life. He knows he is in a position where he can do something for people, thanks to Dynamics Search Partners. That is why he teamed up with them to hold a fundraising event for Uncommon Schools. Anyone that has followed Keith Mann’s career knows he is incredibly passionate about Uncommon Schools and it means a great deal to him. He wants these children to be able to do anything they want in their lives.
He is looking out for low-income students. Mann knows they have to work extra hard to get ahead because of their financial situation. However, he still wants them to graduate from college and he has gone on record to talk about having an even playing field. That is not too much to ask. There are a great deal of talented children out there, but they need their talents to be seen. They could possibly be future world leaders and make real changes. With Keith Mann helping them by holding this fundraiser at the Standard Hotel Beer Garden, that is a big step in the right direction.
Believe it or not, the event raised over 22 thousand dollars, which is a major accomplishment. This is something that Keith and everyone there played a part in making happen. This money can make a big difference for the Uncommon Schools.
It lets them know that anything is possible for them and that adults really care about them and their future. Sometimes they need mentors and they need to know that people believe in them and have their backs throughout every obstacle and good moment they will have in the present and future.
Hating math is common among students of all age groups. There are always going to be at least a few students who do not like to have to work on their math problems no matter what the cost. As a result, it is great news that Alexei Beltyukov has created a solution to this problem.
Alexei Beltyukov is a Russian entrepreneur who has worked on earning a large amount of money for himself and his investors. At the same time, he has worked to give a lot of that money away to help those who would come after him. That is an important part of the story of Alexei Beltyukov. He is not only good with numbers, but he is good to others as well.
The truth about Alexei Beltyukov is that he could have just stored up the money that he made and live a very comfortable life. However, he did not want to do that. He wanted to give back to others and to work on problems in this world that no one has come up with a great solution to up to this point.
Solvy is a great invention that Alexei Beltyukov came up with to help those who do not enjoy math. It is also a very useful tool for the teachers of those who struggle with math. This is because it is a personalized tool that plays to the interests of each student as an individual. It is not a one size fits all kind of thing.
This educational tool plays on helping people learn math problems by relating them to subjects that they actually care about. If a student likes music for example, the math problems can be designed to work around that interest. It is a good idea because the student who likes music may not love math, but he or she can work on problems that are related to music. If they are to do that, then they would be able to make the connection that much easier. This is the solution to helping those who have problems dealing with math problems in their traditional form.