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Charlie Bingham – Microsoft

Legal ninja, blue sky visionary, trusted business advisor, contractual gunslinger and out-of-the box thinker. These are just some of the titles Charlie Bingham, attorney at the American multinational technology giant Microsoft prefers. Working from a field office in Atlanta, he provides innovative legal support for a billion-dollar sales team in a territory that covers half […]

Claire Tauriainen – California Housing Finance Agency

It’s a program that had long made first-time homeownership a possibility for K-12 public school teachers of modest means, but education is not solely dependent upon teachers. Thus, reasoned the California Housing Finance Agency in 2017, other people also indispensable to public education should be recognized in the name of the program. Hence the Extra […]

Chris Branch – ACell

Gunshot wounds. Flesh-eating diseases. Car accidents and efforts to salvage damaged limbs. In the world of emergency medicine, there’s a lot that can go wrong. Thanks to cutting-edge technology companies like ACell, the chances of a full recovery—and living a normal life—are greater than ever. ACell, a regenerative medicine company based in Columbia, Maryland, leverages […]

Christopher Juban – Caiman Energy II LLC

Outside of New York City, Houston has more Fortune 500 headquarters than any other U.S. municipality, and so many of them are in the oil and gas industry that the city is known worldwide for its energy businesses. When you grow up in Houston, Texas, then, it’s hard not to have some connection to oil […]

Career moves down to a science

Compared to what his father did decades ago, Bradford J. Shafer’s career change in the prime of his working life may not seem quite so remarkable. But it still represented a leap of faith that’s vindicated itself in the form of Shafer helming the legal department of a growing biopharmaceutical company in South San Francisco. […]

CONSOL Energy Inc.

After more than 150 years of operating as a coal mining company, in July 2017, CONSOL filed a Form 10 with the SEC to spin off its coal assets, retaining control of its natural gas business. Done for a host of reasons, the move was ultimately made to strengthen both divisions by allowing each to […]

Campbell & Company Inc.

It’s inevitable. Many business owners must one day confront the terrifying prospect of transferring ownership. If not done properly, the transition can leave clients and employees feeling unsteady about the future. Companies can even collapse. For his part, Keith Campbell, the founder of Campbell & Company Inc., a hedge fund based in Baltimore, Maryland, chose […]

Chris Hill – Dun & Bradstreet

For 176 years, Dun & Bradstreet has collected, maintained and analyzed data to help companies build valuable business relationships—whether by helping assess financial risk or identifying marketing prospects. Now the global commercial data provider is aiming that considerable know-how at an issue that confronts modern companies. In 2016, the company used data from its global […]

Chris Henderson – Salem Media Group Inc.

In Chris Henderson’s 16 years at Salem Media Group Inc., he’s held nine positions. That, he says, is a testament to his “raise your hand” philosophy and to the opportunities Salem Media Group provides to its 1,600 employees. Salem Media Group is the country’s largest radio broadcaster, internet content provider, and magazine and book publisher […]

Chicago State University

In 2014, when Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner slashed funding for the state’s public colleges and universities, Chicago State University (CSU), which serves approximately 7,000 students, primarily from the city’s South Side, found itself on the brink of closure. In an attempt to keep the university’s doors open, Patrick Cage found himself in the unenviable position […]

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