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Posted on: 7/11/2006 12:00:00 AM
Perry Williams discusses his involvment with Advanced Business Solutions and his role in childhood initiatives. Williams recalls his early days playing sports in North Carolina through college at N.C. State where he participated in track as well as football and onto the NFL where he played eleven seasons with the N.Y. Giants and won two Super Bowl rings. Williams is now heavily involved in programs aimed that promote the betterment of children. His motto- go mad, go make a difference.
Posted on: 6/19/2006 12:00:00 AM
Philip Renshaw, founder of Advanced Business Solutions, discusses his most recent motivational CD "Commit to Change." Renshaw offers solutions to everyday problems that exist in the workplace and the household. The interview highlights an individuals ability to create new habits in under 28 days. These new habits can result in improved communication and listening skills, work/family balance, cultural diversity and over twenty other topics.
Posted on: 6/5/2006 12:00:00 AM
Dr. Alfred T. Sapse discusses the aging process and the use of stem cells to combat diseases associated with aging. Dr. Sapse addresses the use of anticortisols as a means of combating the aging process.
Posted on: 6/1/2006 12:00:00 AM
TransWorldNews interviews president of One Gift 4 Power, Dante A. Donatelli Jr., discusses his role with the charitable organization he heads and his discovery of an alternative fuel source.
Posted on: 5/25/2006 12:00:00 AM
Stephen Bainbridge discusses the guilt verdict handed down today involving Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, the two top executives of Enron accussed of fraud and conspiracy charges. Bainbridge went on to discuss Andrew Fastow's role in the case and similarities with the Bernie Ebbers trial in which the CEO of WorldCom was found guilty and sentenced yet has not served a day while his case is being appealed.