Jordan Anthony, a four star linebacker/running back from IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., tweeted a video of his top 10 schools on Friday night and listed Michigan, Maryland, Oklahoma, Clemson, LSU, Penn State, Georgia, Ohio State, UCLA and Auburn. Anthony, 6 foot 0 and 200 pounds, is listed as the No. 9 outside linebacker and No.
Desjardins Capital Markets analyst Michael Markidis noted that purchasing WPT would increase Granite asset base, as well as improve the overall quality of its portfolio and substantially reduce its exposure to Magna International Inc. He also thinks a deal could be done without Granite having to issue equity. Would climb to 42 per cent from 25 per cent in the first quarter, while reducing its exposure to Magna (the REIT largest tenant) to about 63 per cent from 82 per cent.Since Granite had $113 million of cash and more than $1 billion in debt capacity, buying WPT would boost its leverage ratio to about 45 per cent, which is the midpoint of management target range.
Andy Nguyen of 6streets in his favourite graffiti filled alley in Calgary. Where as only a few years ago, most of these trend setters felt they had to move to a larger venue (Vancouver or Toronto) to be successful. Especially street wear a category that thrives on urban street culture..
Your work experience should be reflected in your essay, interview and, especially, in your rsum. The admissions staff is looking at your overall career trajectory, and the decisions you took along your career path. Promotions, title changes and increased responsibilities demonstrate your growth within an organization.
Nike debuted itsAir Max sneaker in 1987, featuring a visible air cushioning unit in the sole designed to absorb shock and more importantly, some may say look really freakin’ cool. Over the years, Nike has retooled and reimagined the innovative design, releasing dozens of versions of the now iconic shoe that’s belovedby sneakerheads and athletes alike. A variety of new Air Max shoes are , andon March 25 one day before Nike will release a running shoe called the .
The gig: Michael Dubin, 35, is chief executive and co founder of Dollar Shave Club, a subscription service that delivers razors and laughs. When Dubin released a YouTube video in March 2012 introducing his company, where members can get razors starting at $1 a month (plus $2 in shipping) delivered to their door, he had no idea the replenishable razor blades were going to be such a big hit. The goofy video went viral, orders poured in (12,000 in the first two days) and the company’s website, DollarShaveClub, crashed in the first hour.