The World Needs More People Like Keith Mann

Keith Mann is a U.S. philanthropist and entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of Dynamics Search Partners, a New York-based firm that specializes in hedge funds and alternative investments. Mann’s company is committed to connecting their clients with the top quality talent all around the world. The success of Dynamics Search Partners can be traced to long-lasting relationships and partnerships with both clients and partnerships. The company has relationships with several major equity firms, which have brought them much of their success.

He has worked in the executive search industry for over 15 years and is virtually an expert in hedge funds, staffing and hiring the best of the best. He launched an alternative investment practice in 2002 after acknowledging the quick growth in the hedge fund industry. He ended up expanding that into the private equity industry in 2009. He knows how to play his cards very well, and his hand has really worked out for him. He fills over 200 client mandates throughout the US, Europe and Asia every year.

Mr. Mann is also very well known for being quite the philanthropist. Dynamics Search Partners works closely with Uncommon Schools, which teaches children the skills they need to succeed up until college, succeed in college and succeed in life in general. The company also donated $10,000 to the school in 2013.

Mann is also largely an advocate of public service. According to cbs8.com, Mann recently had lunch sent over to the 54th precinct of the NYPD. He believes in peaceful protesting, and also believes that the good guys shouldn’t be lumped in with the few bad ones.

The world needs more people like Keith Mann. His want for helping people and animals gives him the drive he needs to maintain a successful business, which is why he is such a successful entrepreneur and philanthropist. For all he gets, he gives that much more back.

Moonves looks to purchase CBS

The head boss over at CBS, Les Moonves, is reported to be looking into different options available to buying out the company’s majority shareholder. Moonves is said to be fearful that a merger with Viacom will be inevitable once the controlling shareholder, Sumner Redstone, dies.

One of the biggest obstacles that Mooves faces in possible attempts to purchase the company, would be that the buyout of CBS would need the approval of the majority members of the trust that will take control once Redstone is no longer able. It is reported that Philippe Dauman, the CEO of Viacom, is on the trust’s board. Lee Slaughter (Communitywiki) knows that it is presumed that Dauman would be in favor of a merger, leaving him in power and in charge of an even larger corporation.

Sumner Redstone owns 80 percent of the company, National Amusements Inc, that controls both Viacom and CBS. Shares of CBS have significantly gained traction since their split from Viacom in 2006, much more than Viacom shares have in the same time period. Moonves supporters are quick to show he has done a better job of running and improving CBS than Dauman has done with Viacom.