Monthly Archives: December 2015

Investments Are Profitable With Nobilis Heath Care Corporation

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The Nobilis Health Corporation successfully answered the call of the public for surgeries in facilities that didn’t require a long hospital stay. Nobilis released a marketing campaign that informed the public and investors that elective ambulatory outpatient services were available and profitable. The company practices outstanding patient care in smaller quarters than the size of a regular hospital. Nobilis recruited a top notch management team with the experience and expertise to operate the facilities. The surgery centers and hospitals in Scottsdale, Arizona, Houston and Dallas Texas has grown in popularity. They are going to add more facilities across the U. S. The third quarter for Nobilis ended September 2014 with an increase of 22.7 %, which means 305 more patients were treated at the ambulatory surgical centers and hospitals. The facilities produced an impressive $17.2 million in revenue in three months.
The first Nobilis hospital was purchased for $7.5 million and is a testament to the company’s healthy appetite for mergers and acquisitions in September 2014. The Freedom Pain Hospital in Scottsdale, Arizona and the Nobilis Health Corporation became partners this past September. This is a strong and profitable investment because Nobilis has a 60% stake in the hospital and brought $3.2 million according to Google finance to the table. The Nobilis management team will assist in making the partnership an excellent investment opportunity.
Ambulatory Out Patient Surgery Centers and Hospitals provide the same services as a regular hospital. The facilities are smaller, but are brightly light and painted with soothing colors to relax the patient and their families. The patient can choose when they want to undergo a variety of surgeries such as, a bariatric, podiatry or spinal surgery. The facilities have the same type of dedicated specialist in their respective fields and a passion to help the patient resume a normal lifestyle. These ambulatory outpatient facilities don’t handle emergencies. You will enjoy the cheerful attitudes of the staff, procedures performed with state-of-the-art equipment, and a comfortable setting to recuperate after surgery. What’s the bonus? You can go home and get a good night’s sleep.

Coriant Bring In Shaygan Kheradpir As CEO

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The telecommunications network provider Coriant has been working towards becoming one of the major suppliers of network service equipment since it was established in 2013. The company was established from the hardware department of the Nokia Siemens company that was responsible for producing products designed to aid in the optical transfer of voice, text, and data that had become a major area of success for the company. Merging with other established companies over the life of the Coriant brand has given the company a major boost and sees its services offered in more than 100 countries around the world.

Since the establishment of the Coriant group the main leadership role of the company have been placed in the hands of Pat DiPietro who originally acted as CEO; DiPietro has now been promoted to a vice-chairman role that will keep him in daily contact with the company, but allow Shaygan Kheradpir to take up many of his daily responsibilities as the incoming CEO. Kheradpir is not entering the role within Coriant with his eyes closed, instead he has been conducting a thorough review of the company for a number of months in a bid to make sure he has identified the areas that can be improved.

Despite being best known as a technology expert because of his education at Cornell University and his early career at GTE Labs and Verizon, Shaygan Kheradpir has also become an expert in various business areas. Whilst working with Verizon he took on the responsibility of creating a new business model for the information technology department of the telecommunications giant. The work of Kheradpir in changing the way the department was run resulted in vast savings that lowered costs to far below the industry standard for this area of the business.

Shaygan Kheradpir will be hoping to bring much of his business know-how to the Coriant brand, which the leaders of the company hopes will bring a higher level of success than has already been achieved. Coriant has already begun to challenge the major players in the industry, such as Cisco. By employing Shaygan Kheradpir and reorganizing the structure of Coriant it is hoped greater profits can be achieved and higher levels of success can be achieved by the company.

Brazilian Stocks Rally On Rousseff Impeachment News

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Brazil has had a tough year. Economic growth is flat. Inflation is 10 percent and climbing, and Brazil’s currency, the Real has lost more than 40 percent of its value. Brazilian stocks have been taking a beating because of the uncertainty that surrounds the political situation, but recently, thanks to a request to impeach President Dilma Rousseff. According to retired investment banker, Igor Cornelsen there is still a lot happening in the market before it actually settles down so even though there has been improvement in value there is still more volatility coming in the next few weeks.

But the excitement in the stock market shows how much investor want a resolution to the political drama and gets the country back on track, according to Cornelsen. Cornelsen is a retired investment banker. He has years of experience in the Brazilian investment world. Igor retired from banking in 2010, but he open an investment firm, Bainbridge Investment Inc. and he now operates out of his offices in South Florida.

Mr. Cornelsen said investors have been divided about whether the impeachment would be good for Brazil, but the tide is turning and many investors now think it’s the only way to get the country moving again. Rousseff’s administration can’t get anything done in terms of reversing the biggest budget deficit in more than 20 years, according to Mr. Cornelsen. Brazil has been hit with four credit-rating downgrades on Rousseff’s watch. The slump in commodity prices has crippled the economy, so Investors don’t want another credit-rating drop. Cornelsen said investors think the only way to stop it is to impeach the president.

Cornelsen has experienced times like these in the past, but he says on Tumblr the Real has never been the worse performing currency in the world before and Brazilian stocks have never lost value three years in a row before. It all started in Rousseff’s second term as president and she has been fighting for her political life ever since then. But the good news, is 57 of the 63 shares of Ibovespa gained as state-controlled Banco do Brasil SA and Petroleo Brasileiro SA surged in value. The real also had its biggest gain in more than a month, according to Cornelsen.

In Sao Paulo, the Ibovespa rose 3.3 percent and spurred a rebound in its value from the lowest it has been since January 2014. Banco do Brasil jumped 8.4 percent, and Petrobras rose 4.4 percent and MSCI Brazil Financials Index jumped 7.4 percent. The news of an impeachment also boosted Brazilian shares in Asia and Europe and IShares MSCI Brazil’s financial index logged $24.2 million in inflows and that is more than the previous two months.