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Brian Chesky
Brian Chesky

Brian Chesky Moreover, he added the storyboard design in his project, depicting a perfect travel experience for both guests and hosts. Another factor that led Brian to success was his approach to the design of his project. He laid more focus on the type of service desired by the customers, rather than the ideas developed by the developers.

Build something 100 people love, not something 1 million people kind of like. – Brian Joseph Chesky

For this, he invested a huge part of his time, along with his team, wandering across the streets and collecting feedback from people about what they would expect from such a service. Thus, all his efforts invested in collecting insights, suggestions and gripes from real customers shaped the highly popular site of today.

Brian Krzanich
Brian Krzanich

Brian Matthew Krzanich (born May 9, 1960) is the Chief Executive Officer of Intel. He was elected CEO on May 2, 2013, concluding a six-month executive search after incumbent CEO Paul Otellini announced his resignation in November 2012. Krzanich assumed the role of CEO on May 16, 2013 at the company’s annual general meeting.Before becoming CEO, he was Intel’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.

Krzanich earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from San Jose State University and holds a patent for semiconductor processing. He joined Intel in 1982 in New Mexico as an engineer. He was promoted to CEO in January 2012.He often visits Intel-sponsored hackathons and Best Buys with his wife and two daughters.

Controversies:

On June 1, 2016, Krzanich cancelled a fundraiser at his home for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump after the New York Times asked Intel that day for details about the event, originally scheduled for June 2, 2016.The invitation to the event was sent by Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus and was also going to feature Steven Mnuchin and Elliott Broidy. A spokesperson for Intel told the New York Times that the fundraiser would include “a full exchange of views” before Krzanich announced on Twitter that he did not intend to endorse a candidate and was interested in engaging both the Trump and the Clinton campaigns in dialogue about technology issues. A spokeswoman for the Trump campaign said the event was cancelled due to a scheduling conflict, and Trump held a rally in San Jose on June 2.The fundraiser was widely seen as incongruous with Intel’s support for immigration reform and US$300 million effort to attract women and minorities, as well as detrimental to the company’s interests in China, the biggest market for the semiconductor industry.

Brian L. Roberts
Brian L. Roberts

Brian L. Roberts (born June 28, 1959) is an American businessman.

Roberts and is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Comcast Corporation, an American company providing cable, entertainment, and communications products and services. Under his leadership, Comcast has grown into a global Fortune 50 company uniquely positioned at the intersection of media and technology with two primary businesses, Comcast Cable and NBCUniversal.

Early life and education:

Roberts was born into a Jewish family in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Ralph J. Roberts, the founder of Comcast Corporation, and Suzanne Fleisher, a former actress and playwright. Roberts graduated from the Germantown Academy and earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1981, and immediately began working for Comcast.

Career:

Roberts is Chairman and CEO of Comcast Corporation, and personally controls 33 1/3% of the voting rights of the company.He was named President of Comcast Corporation in 1990 when the company had $657 million in annual revenue. Comcast Corporation’s annual revenue has since grown to $74.5 billion.

Roberts is Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), and a former treasurer. Roberts served as Chairman of NCTA from 1995 to 1996, when the landmark deregulatory 1996 Telecommunications Act became law.

In 2014, Roberts received US$26.4 million in compensation, and in 2015, his net worth was US$1.7 billion.

Awards and philanthropy:

Institutional Investor Magazine named Roberts as its top vote-getter for three years in a row (2004–06) in the Cable & Satellite category of their America’s Best CEOs annual survey; and named Comcast as one of America’s Most Shareholder-Friendly Companies in 2006.

Roberts was the recipient of the 2004 Humanitarian Award from the Simon Wiesenthal Center, and was the 2002 Walter Kaitz Foundation Honoree of the Year for his commitment to diversity in the cable industry. The Police Athletic League of Philadelphia honored Roberts with their 2002 award for his commitment to youth programs and community partnerships.

In 2001, Roberts was awarded the USC Shoah Foundation Institute’s 2011 Ambassador for Humanity Award.

The Aileen K. and Brian L. Roberts Foundation Foundation was one of the largest contributors to the restoration of the Alfred W. Fleisher Memorial Synagogue at Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, named in the honor of his maternal grandfather.

Maccabiah Games:

Being an All-American squash player and of Jewish descent, Roberts participated in the Maccabiah Games in Israel, earning a Gold Medal with the U.S. Squash team in 2005, and Silver Medals in 1981, 1985, 1997, and 2009. On October 21, 2012, Roberts was honored by Maccabi USA as a ‘Legend of the Maccabiah.

Politics:

Roberts was a founding co-chair of Philadelphia 2000, the nonpartisan host committee for the 2000 Republican National Convention. The Pennsylvania Report named Roberts to the 2003 “The Pennsylvania Report Power 75” list of influential figures in Pennsylvania politics, calling him “Pennsylvania’s most powerful businessman”, and noted his influence with Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell.

In 2003, Roberts was named to the PoliticsPA list of politically influential individuals.

Since 2006, Roberts has donated more than $76,000 to Democratic candidates, and $13,500 to Republican candidates.

In December 2009, Roberts wrote a letter to President Barack Obama, endorsing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Brian McCulloch Glasgow
Brian Mcculloch Glasgow

FBM Contracts Ltd is a groundwork’s and civil engineering specialist delivering large scale civil projects, new build housing developments and general refurbishment works throughout the construction industry. Brian McCulloch Glasgow is Director of FBM Contracts Ltd and his company has been in operation since 2013, but is backed by more than 30 years’ experience and has the capabilities to provide clients with a range of services, including staffing and project solutions, primarily for the construction and engineering industries.

Brian McCulloch Glasgow, FBM Contracts Ltd boasts a comprehensive range of services including: earthworks, drainage, culverts, ducting, the erection of concrete structures, plant hire, utilities, the installation of gas, water, telecoms and power, as well as management and site supervision. In addition, FBM can supply contractors with labour, including machine drivers, joiners/steel fixers, ground workers, kerbers and SMSTS supervisors.

Past projects have included Aberdeen Bypass, CPUK, a B & M Store conversion, various playgrounds and school grounds. Most recently, FBM Contracts Ltd have been involved on the M8/M73/M74 improvement project, with works including drainage and general kerbing, the installation of access roads and the formation of new roundabouts.

For further information visit FBM Contracts Ltd.

Brin  Sergey
Brin Sergey

He is the co-founder of Google after he developed with Larry Page a computer technique to match his data mining system that allows for superior search. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He is an activist when it comes to environmental issues.