By Bloomberg | PUBLISHED: March 2, 2019 at 9:36 pm | UPDATED: March 3, 2019 at 5:38 am Maria Jose Valero | Bloomberg Square Inc. co-founder Tristan O’Tierney died on Feb. 23, his mother, Pamela Tierney, said on Saturday. He was 35. “I don’t have an official diagnosis,” she said by phone, adding that it was probably related to his addiction. A doctor called her to say Tristan had kidney failure and was under cardiac arrest, she said. A former engineer at Yahoo and Apple Inc., O’Tierney was hired to develop Square’s original mobile payment app in 2009 and stayed until 2013, when he left the San Francisco company co-founded by Twitter Inc.’s Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey. Based in Los Angeles, O’Tierney previously served as the director of mobile at Voteraide, a civic engagement network known as “the LinkedIn for politics,” and a freelance photographer, according to his LinkedIn page. His website showcased his photos of … [Read more...] about Square Inc. co-founder Tristan O’Tierney dies at 35
Colorado Springs-based defense contractor Vectrus Inc. reported record 2018 revenue Tuesday as it awaits the Army's decision on a contract that generates 40 percent of its revenue.Revenue was up 14.8 percent from 2017 to $1.28 billion, helped by $350 million in new multiyear contract winsthat will generate revenue in some cases through 2027, the company said. Profits for the same period declined 40.7 percent to $35.3 million, or $3.10 a share, largely as a result of nearly $23 million in tax benefits from the tax cut enacted in late 2017.Fourth-quarter revenue rose 11.4 percent to $329.6 million, while profits fell more than 75 percent to $10.1 million, or 89 cents a share, also resulting from big gains last year from the tax cut."We reported strong fourth quarter and full-year 2018 financial results," Vectrus CEO Chuck Prow said Tuesday in a news release. "During 2018, we positioned Vectrus as a higher value, growth-oriented platform through several new wins, significantly expanding … [Read more...] about Vectrus Inc. reports record revenues
NORTH West has followed in the footsteps of her famous mother Kim Kardashian and become the face of WWD Beauty Inc's February cover - at the tender age of five. The daughter of Keeping up with The Kardashian star, and rapper Kanye West is seen wearing bright colours, and even bolder full makeup on the February cover. Posing for her first magazine cover on her own, North has been praised for her "distinct fashion sense". The magazine writes: "Here, she poses for her first solo cover. Her distinct fashion sense belies her age, and lately, so does her eye for makeup." "Whether she knows it or not, is at the forefront of a generation that is highly connected, engaged with fashion and beauty and individualistic in style." North was asked to take part as WWD Beauty Inc tries to explore the impact that Generations Z and Alpha have on the global beauty industry. The publication have classified North as an "Alpha", which signifies a new beginning as her "age group is unlike any the world has … [Read more...] about Kim Kardashian’s daughter North poses in full makeup as she lands her first magazine cover at age FIVE for WWD Beauty Inc
By Alexi Cohan | [email protected] | Boston Herald PUBLISHED: January 18, 2019 at 7:23 pm | UPDATED: January 18, 2019 at 7:25 pm Organizers of today’s Women’s March on the Boston Common are distancing themselves from the national Women’s March Inc. and plan to take a stand against anti-Semitism amid a growing controversy that has seen Democrats and left-leaning groups abandoning the group. The national movement, which was sparked in reaction to President Trump’s 2016 election, initially served as a voice for change, but has been tainted by anti-Semitic rhetoric spewed by Women’s March Inc. co-chairs Louis Farrakhan and Linda Sarsour, co-president Tamika Mallory and co-founder Carmen Perez. Boston’s marchers don’t want anything to do with it. Karen Cosmas of March Forward Massachusetts, which organizes the local event, said the group has been struggling with brand confusion. “We’ve never had a relationship with the … [Read more...] about Boston orgs keeping distance from Women’s March Inc.
By S. M. Chavey, mySA.com / San Antonio Express-News Published 12:29 pm CDT, Wednesday, October 31, 2018 A recent Inc Magazine report named San Antonio a "tech hotspot" of the country. Click through the slideshow to find out why the Alamo City made the list. A recent Inc Magazine report named San Antonio a "tech hotspot" of the country. Click through the slideshow to find out why the Alamo City made the list. Photo: PeopleImages/Getty Images Air Force electronic security mission "(San Antonio's) sector bona fides date back to 1985, when the Air Force consolidated its electronic security mission there." Source: Inc Magazine Air Force electronic security mission "(San Antonio's) sector bona fides date back to 1985, when the Air Force consolidated its electronic security mission there." Source: Inc Magazine Photo: U.S. … [Read more...] about Here’s why San Antonio was named a ‘tech hotspot’ by Inc Magazine