Larkin & Lacey

In October of 2017, the former sheriff of Maricopa County, Joe Arpaio about to be sentenced for crimes stemming from racial profiling and ignoring a federal judges order was granted a pardon by President Donald Trump.

Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin, former co-owners of the Phoenix New York Times had a long-standing 10-year-old feud which included them being arrested by Sheriff Joe Arpaio. The New York Times in their relentless peruse covered and exposed the scandals and corruptions of Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his department during his years in the sheriff’s office which spanned 24 years.

According to Michael Lacey who has been feuding with the Sheriff for decades, regarding the pardoning of Joe Arpaio by the President, agrees that Donald Trump is a moron. According to the reports and Michael Lacey, the Sheriff is responsible for advertising racism and torture, asked God to take a look at the many corpses and mutilated bodies that became victims of Joe Arpaio.

Joe Arpaio spent six terms in office. During that time he was responsible for the horrendous conditions in the jail. Some of the heinous crimes were committed against children, inmates being beaten to death, inmates committed suicide, more than a million dollars in jail funds were misappropriated.

According to Michael Lacey, there was pure evil within the walls of the sheriff’s office ran by Arpaio as people’s lives and careers were destroyed. Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey felt the wrath of Sheriff Arpaio when they were handcuffed and taken for a ride to the station by his thugs. This event took place in October of 2007.

Using the power of the press Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey stood up against the tyranny of a corrupt and evil Sherrif to expose his corruption, his treatment of the people, and to bring Sherrif Arpaio to justice. Unfortunately, President Donald Trump stepped in and made a mockery of the criminal justice system when he pardoned Arpaio.

Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey embody the principles of what can be accomplished with or without a college degree. On May 4 of 1970, there were killings (shootings, massacre) of four students and injury of nine others at Kent State University. This incident angered both Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey. They dropped out of college and began their walk into history.

They started their quest with a campus newspaper and it evolved into a well know newspaper company, New York Times that went all across the United States. This included the Village Voice Media with 17 publications which they sold to Voice Media Group in 2013.

The CEO of the company was Jim Larkin and the executive editor was Michael Lacey. Together they took on corruption, greed, murders and other crimes and exposed them. Together they were a magnificent duo who did not back down in the face of adversity.

With Larkin and Lacey embattling corruption in the Sherrif’s office, they fought to the end against Arpaio to bring him to justice for crimes he committed. They did not back down until he was exposed for what he was, evil.

Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey:

http://frontpageconfidential.com/michael-lacey-jim-larkin-arpaio-frontera-fund-first-amendment/ and http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/potmsearch/detail/submission/6427818/Michael_Lacey

Gregory Aziz and The Compassionate Business Model He Has For Employees

You can expect a lot from a leader who has withstood the test of time and a series of crises. If a businessman has been around for longer time than the competition, it may mean that he’s lucky or he’s got the skills and talents to withstand the game. We can place the number of the success of these businessmen at the rate of the projects they have accomplished, but that would not be enough. In the case of Gregory James Aziz, the CEO of National Steel Car, the true measure of success in any business is the ability to provide jobs and spread the wealth to others.

 

 

Gregory J Aziz’ Job Creation

We all know that it is better to start a business than to start a non-profit organization. These Non-Government Organizations sometimes add to the problem, instead of solving it. Greg James Aziz is one business leader who believes in the importance of job creation. By leading the National Steel Car’s operations in manufacturing sturdy railroad freight cars and tanks, many jobs have been generated by people who need them the most. In fact, in recent record, there have been around an increase of one thousand jobs since the company started. Also, with 100 years of tested performance and excellent record, National Steel Car under Greg Aziz has consistently been proven itself as the leader in the manufacturing of such wonderful quality cars. It is even reputed to be a leader in tank car production across North America. ISO have recognized the growth of the company awarding it the ISO 9001:2008 certification and received TTX SECO award for quality, for over a decade.

 

 

The Secret To Good Reputation

One of the multiple things that make Gregory J Aziz stand out is the fact that he has a dynamic and values-driven leadership style when handling people. The fact that he also always finds the way to challenge employees and the goals that he set for his company is also another added ingredient to the formula of his current success. With Mr. Greg’s masterful way of leading his company, there is little wonder why he has been with National Steel Car for so long now and why many of the stakeholders of the company still trust him.

 

It should be noted here that the success of Greg won’t be as big as it is right now if he didn’t dedicate a lot of time in focusing his attention on developing an excellent connection with his employees. The values that he ingrained in his company honestly keep the company going and keep the employees giving their trust to him. See Related Link for additional information.

 

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