News Headline: Urban bus tour celebrates San José
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Oreamuno has his own experience in unfamiliar places: He studied marketing and management at Manhattan College in New York City, and he spent a semester in Australia. A diminutive and gentle young man, Oreamuno feels strongly about the importance of San José. “Most of the history and culture of Costa Rica is in San José,” he asserts.
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The Tico Times
News Date:
Thursday, January 1, 2015
News Headline: The Henry Ford of Books
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At St. Patrick’s High School, the Christian Brothers smacked him around a bit, but he worked hard, applying to Harvard, Yale, Colby, and Bates, only to learn that the school had never sent in his applications but had enrolled him on a scholarship at Manhattan College, in the Bronx, instead. By this point, his parents had moved to Massachusetts, where his father got a job with Prudential, and Patterson worked summers on the overnight shift at McLean Hospital, the renowned psychiatric institution in suburban Belmont, to help pay his bills. He began digging into highbrow literature—James Joyce, Jean Genet—to pass the long, quiet shift.
Outlet Full Name:
Vanity Fair
News Date:
Thursday, January 1, 2015
News Headline: New promotions, hires in Central Jersey
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Peapack-Gladstone Bank has appointed Thomas P. Hanrahan to the position of senior managing director, commercial lending. Hanrahan's extensive expertise as healthcare lender will provide clients with specialized services in providing custom-tailored financial solutions for the healthcare industry, the bank said in a news release. His 25 years of experience in the financial services industry includes serving most recently as a senior vice president of healthcare specialty lending at Capital One Bank, where he was instrumental in evaluation, solicitation and growth of healthcare lending opportunities nationwide. He holds an MBA from Manhattan College.
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MyCentralJersey.com
News Date:
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
News Headline: Macro Risk Advisors Expands Team
News Text:
"I look forward to working with such high caliber individuals who have emphasized collaboration as an important part of the culture at MRA," said Mr. Lemanski. "It is clear that the team's mission is singularly focused on helping clients and I am eager to become a part of it." "We are seeing a growing need from investors for our insights on global market risk. Rich's leadership will help us connect our analytical work to a broader portion of the institutional investor community. We are excited to have someone of his caliber join our team," said Mr. Curnutt. Mr. Lemanski holds an MBA from New York University and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Manhattan College.
Outlet Full Name:
PR Newswire
News Date:
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
News Headline: She Sells Cars With Tweets and YouTube
News Text:
Meet Laura Madison, 25, the next generation of car selling. To connect with customers, Madison tweets. She's on Facebook. She has a YouTube channel and her own Web site. She doesn't work on commission. And in Bozeman, Montana, a city of fewer than 40,000 people, she sells twice as many cars as the average auto salesperson in the U.S. Toyota of Bozeman is where Madison began her career three years ago, after finishing college. While she was studying for her communications degree at Manhattan College in New York City, she worked in high-end women's clothing stores on Fifth Avenue — and hated it. Madison wanted to sell cars, namely Toyotas. In fact, while still in New York, she applied for a job selling cars, but was turned away.
Outlet Full Name:
Edmunds.com
News Date:
Saturday, January 10, 2015
News Headline: William L. Owens Appointed to Arrow Board of Directors
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Arrow Financial Corporation has appointed former Congressman Bill Owens to its Board of Directors. He was also appointed as a Director of Arrow's lead subsidiary bank, Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Company. Mr. Owens is an Air Force veteran, attaining the rank of Captain. He holds a bachelor's degree from Manhattan College and a law degree from Fordham University. He received the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Spirit of Enterprise Award in 2013 and 2014, and was named Businessperson of the Year in 2005 by the North Country Chamber of Commerce.
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SILive.com/PR Newswire
News Date:
Monday, January 12, 2015
News Headline: Energy industry veteran Camporeale joins Mutual Oil in supply, risk management role
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Prior to joining Mutual Oil, Mr. Camporeale managed supply and risk for large energy companies including Hess Corp. and Total S.A. He also served as Vice President of Risk Management at Stuyvesant Fuel Service Corp. in the Bronx, New York. Mr. Camporeale holds a bachelor's degree in marketing from Manhattan College. He resides in New Jersey with his wife, Donna.
Outlet Full Name:
NJ.com
News Date:
Monday, January 12, 2015
News Headline: Power will challenge Lauter for Hingham selectman seat
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Power has a bachelor’s degree from Manhattan College and a master’s in business administration in finance from the University of Notre Dame. She works as a management consultant.
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The Patriot-Ledger
News Date:
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
News Headline: World of Warcraft Economics, Population Control, and Virtual Gold
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I’d argue that making profit in WoW’s auction house reflects on one’s understanding of a free market since it employs similar principles. One Manhattan College professor recently likened playing WoW to a religious experience since it “tests a person’s’ ethics and values, and also gets them to think about things like environmentalism and moral issues.”
Outlet Full Name:
Acton Institute PowerBlog
News Date:
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
News Headline: Former Con Ed Honcho To Shine Light as REBNY’s Next President
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The Real Estate Board of New York’s next president got his start in city government just as the board’s current president assumed the role. In 1986, the same year Steven Spinola started his nearly three decades as REBNY president, Mayor Ed Koch’s administration hired a recent graduate of Manhattan College named John H. Banks to the mayor’s Office of Operations. In the wake of the infamous Parking Violations Bureau scandal, Mr. Koch tapped Mr. Banks to join a team investigating the cause and scope of a bribery and extortion scheme that turned the city’s political world upside down that year. The New Rochelle native was then just a youthful holder of a bachelor’s degree in economics and government who had worked as a security guard to pay his way through college. The job involved the careful examination of audits relating to nearly every city agency as the parking ticket kickback saga splashed across daily newspapers. Mr. Banks would step up years later to attempt the difficult task of filling Mr. Spinola’s big shoes, just as he didn’t hesitate to step into the challenging Koch administration post.
Outlet Full Name:
Commercial Observer
News Date:
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
News Headline: ConEdison Development’s Dixon elected chair of Association of Corporate Counsel Energy Committee
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He is a registered professional engineer in New York and a retired major from the U.S. Army Reserve, where he commanded a combat heavy engineer company and was executive officer for an engineer battalion. Dixon is an honors graduate of both the basic and advanced officer courses at the U.S. Army Engineer School. Dixon received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Manhattan College and a law degree from New York Law School. He is admitted to practice law in New York and Washington, D.C., and is a member of the New York State Bar Association.
Outlet Full Name:
Electric Light & Power
News Date:
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
News Headline: New Eagle Scout in Franklin Square
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Goldberg had previously worked as a volunteer at the preserve during the summers of 2010 through 2013, taking care of the animals and maintaining their living environment. He is a 2014 graduate of Carey High School and is currently pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering at Manhattan College.
Outlet Full Name:
LIHerald.com
News Date:
Thursday, January 15, 2015
News Headline: A Chat With Manhattan Jaspers Coach Steve Masiello
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Manhattan Head Coach Steve Masiello talks with Steve Overmyer about the season and earning his college degree.
Outlet Full Name:
CBS New York
News Date:
Monday, January 19, 2015
News Headline: Penton's Design Engineering & Sourcing Group Expands Machine Design Editorial Team
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Gonzalez joins Penton from Sikorsky Aircraft, where he worked on the Hydraulics and Flight Controls for the CH53K Military Aircraft. He holds a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Columbia University and a B.S in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in mathematics from Manhattan College.
Outlet Full Name:
PR Newswire
News Date:
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
News Headline: How We Can Help Young Girls Stay Assertive
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Girls lose their voice for a variety of reasons—it's mostly because of their self-esteem and is culture-based, says Martha Mendez-Baldwin, a psychologist who specializes in child and adolescent behavior, and an assistant professor of psychology at Manhattan College. Navigating the world between being children and women leave them unsure of how to act. When that uncertainty is met, combined with the pressure to fit in with peers and high expectations of parents, girls are often reluctant to assert themselves, she says.
Outlet Full Name:
Fast Company - Online
News Date:
Thursday, January 22, 2015
News Headline: What Drives Mega-Novelist James Patterson's Philanthropy?
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And Patterson enjoyed ample educational opportunities, earning a scholarship to Manhattan College in the Bronx. So Patterson, quite naturally, understands the power of education and literacy.
Outlet Full Name:
Inside Philanthropy
News Date:
Thursday, January 22, 2015