Louis R. Chenevert is the former CEO and president of UTC (United Technologies Corporation). He was born in Quebec Canada in 1958 and is credited as the man who saw UTC through a very successful era during while riding through a rough economic time of the subprime recession. He was able to achieve phenomenal stock growth rising from a low of 37 to a high of 117$ and was able to provide a steady dividend payout to shareholders while also reinvesting a lot back into the company.
He studied product management at an affiliate of the University Montreal and later moved to work for General Motors as a product manager after completing his degree.He was in general motors for 14years.
Louis later moved on to Pratt & Whitney an aircraft engine manufacturer in their Canadian division where he worked for six years mostly in the engine department. He was mostly in charge of the unit production and development where he oversaw a steady rise in the production levels as well as increased process efficiency. This led to him being appointed president of the Canadian subsidiary where he was responsible for the overall company operations in the country. After holding this position for some time he was appointed overall CEO and president of UTC. This appointment placed the responsibility of the company together with all its subsidiaries on his shoulders. He proved this to be a right decision as he was able not only to grow the operations of the company but do major acquisitions.
His major accomplishment was the purchase of Goodrich for $16.3 billion and merging its operations with those of Pratt & Whitney engines he was able to achieve a masterstroke by being in a position to offer market leaders in aircraft manufacturing such as Bombardier and Embraer the equivalent of a one-stop shop for airframe integrators.
The genius of bringing together related areas to create market relevant solutions was to manifest itself again when he brought together Otis elevators and escalators with Carrier air conditioning enabling UTC to offer comprehensive solutions for developers of transportation hubs and office blocks.
His achievements in the industry saw him receive various award such as the Honor Award from the National Building Museum as well as being named Person of the Year 2011 by Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine. He stepped down from UTC in 2014 and is currently an exclusive advisor for Goldman Sachs.
Mention the name of Daniel Mark Harrison to anybody who has any vested interest in the cryptocurrency market and they are bound to respond with adulation about just what a grand trendsetter Harrison is to the emerging industry. Harrison has become almost evangelical-like in his devotion to all that is block chain related, seeing potential in the new technology long before anyone else stepped up to the plate.
In addition to spreading the good word about cryptocurrency, he has also found fame in several other fields. He is a well-known businessman, an author, and a daring entrepreneur. Harrison has taken the skills he learned while in the traditional university setting and sets his sights high, using his family name to open doors that may have previously stayed closed when partaking in such cutting-edge technologies. That’s right, success is in his blood, as he comes from the legendary Harrison family of money-printing fame.
Harrison was a well-regarded columnist for the industry standard website The Motley Fool, where he was known to provide detailed and insightful analysis with just the right touch of entertaining humor. After he left The Motley Fool, he continued to write for various websites and business journals, including CoinSpeaker and Marx Rand. He has even published two proper books, those being Butterflies: The Strange Metamorphosis of Fact and Fiction in Today’s World and The Millennial Reincarnations. When it comes to being unstoppable in any field of his choosing Harrison seems to be at the top of his game. Pair this with his natural business acumen derived from his family lineage and there is no telling exactly where Harrison will stop once he sets his sights on something. It is safe to say that Daniel Mark Harrison is not monkeying around.
Mr. Samuel Strauch is the majority owner of the real estate company, Metrik Real Estate. It is headquartered in South Beach, Florida and serves a client base primarily found in South Florida and Latin America. Samuel Strauch, who is an expert in the real estate market trends of Florida recently described the best communities in Florida for young couples to put their roots in. A short summary of his article from Norcal.News is provided below.
Samuel Strauch says that Miami, Florida is known for its pricey housing. A way for young couples to find quality housing while still being able to enjoy the amenities of the big city life in Miami is by settling down in a suburb such as Cutler Bay. This suburb of Miami has average home prices that are under $300,000. Compare this to Miami which has a median price of $470,000. Cutler Bay is located near Biscayne Bay and gives you easy access to Miami and the fun at Key Largo. A particular up and coming neighborhood in Cutler Bay that is worth checking out is Estate Park, which is located right along the beach. Click here to know more.
Orlando, Florida is another city that has some excellent suburbs for young people looking to start a family. Samuel Strauch says that the suburb of Vista East is especially appealing because of its relatively cheap housing when compared to the city of Orlando and even some other suburbs. The town has better than average schools and public facilities such as pools, parks and libraries. It is perfect for young families. Suburbs such as Vista East are also a smart choice for new families because their housing price is more stable than Orlando’s is. When living in the suburbs of Orlando, you are not really missing out on much either as you can always drive to your favorite amusement park any time.