John Gregoire never needed a microphone. His voice would project from his 5-foot-11 frame, streaking out of the dugout when he coached his sons’ Little League teams and filling hotel ballrooms packed with his clients. John spent his days as a management consultant and executive coach, flying from his Maine home to New York or Philadelphia or taking the train down to Boston. His voice was his instrument; timely interjection is everything in coaching.
Take a minute to appreciate the full greatness of Matthew E. Perez - businessman, philanthropist, socialite. Says so right on his website. Here's more: Matthew E. Perez was born in Dallas, Texas and lived in a Highland Park apartment before moving twice and ending up in a suburb of Dallas.
Private health insurance premiums may soon rise by an average of 9.3 percent for individuals buying their own coverage, a new study finds. The reason? Texas' refusal to expand Medicaid. The Rand Corp. study said that because low-income individuals are generally not as healthy as wealthier ones, their inclusion in private health insurance exchanges will increase costs.