After earning a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley in 1985, Adam started his career at The Procter and Gamble Company, first in product development and then in brand management.
He left P&G to earn an MBA from the Harvard Business School and worked for the Boston Consulting Group during and following completion of his MBA.
Crew on behalf of its then owner, Texas Pacific Group.
In 1999, Adam became CEO of Wedding Inc., an online bridal service and gift registry, backed by Macy’s, Goldman Sachs, Conde Nast, Idealab and Mac Andrews and Forbes.
In 2001, he merged Wedding Channel with Della & James, backed by Kleiner Perkins and Trinity Ventures and ultimately sold Wedding Channel to The Knot (XOXO-NYSE) in 2006. (NYSE: LOV), a publicly traded parent of online dating sites such as JDate and Christian Mingle, where he drove a similar transformation leading to a tripling of Spark’s market capitalization. Adam has been a director of several public and private companies and currently serves as Chairman of E2Open, a privately held provider of supply chain management software.
Michael joined DRI in 2016 as the company’s first Chief Revenue Officer.
The 33-year-old centre-back was released by the Canaries at the end of last season.
And Blues boss Phil Brown - who worked with Turner while at Hull City - is now believed to be interested in bringing the experienced defender to Roots Hall.
However, she did reveal one downside to their relationship.Heads Up Muslim-Americans for Mc Cain, Has One Up on “Grease”‘s Frenchy Mourad has many former top co-workers from the Department of Energy seeing red because it is well known that she lied on federal employment and top secret security clearance forms–a federal crime–and got away with it, with the help of her friend, then-Secretary of Energy, and now partner, fellow Lebanese Arab-American Spencer Abraham.Both Abraham and Mourad are partners in The Abraham Group, which represents Arab and Muslim nations lobbying America.The creation of the Belgian artist Hergé, the intrepid newspaper reporter Tintin is now a household name, with Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson hard at work on a film adaptation of The Secret Of The Unicorn, while Tintin In The Congo has been scrutinised for racist stereotypes and found wanting by politically correct librarians on both sides of the Atlantic, over seven decades after its original publication in Le Petit Vingtième.Yet the British were latecomers to Tintin, and the comic book hero owes much of its popularity in English-speaking countries to the hard work and dedication of the translator and publisher, Michael Turner, and the imaginative approach he favoured when adapting the 24 volumes for domestic consumption in partnership with Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper.