Em Zhu, CEO, 2 Years Ahead, Inc., is a correspondent and celebrity interviewer for The Best Option Magazine, the official publication of WHOmentors.com, Inc. This is a presentation for the San Francisco Unified School District with 65000 students. Em Zhu is 16 years old and this is her first celebrity interview with cast members Logan Lerman, Brandon T. Jackson, Alexandra Daddario and Jake Abel from the upcoming film PERCY JACKSON & THE OLYMPIANS: THE LIGHTNING THIEF due in theatres on February 12, 2010. After you rate the video 5 stars, go see the official trailer: percyjacksonthemovie.com. Video responses of favorable movie reviews are invited. If you would like to be an executive trainee like Em Zhu and graduate from the CEO@18(TM) Nonprofit Incubator, e-mail [email protected] or phone/sms text 415-373-6767.
State Radio performs “Right Me Up” live at the Bank of America Pavilion in Boston, MA on August 2nd, 2008. More live videos from the show to come. The band is in the studio recording a new album, check stateradioaction.com for live studio updates Video Rating: 4 / 5
Market Crash and the Future of Money – Edgar Cayce- Interview done 27 August 2007 DesteniProductions DesteniProduction Desteni join the forum at www.desteni.co.za for discussions market crash money edgar cayce markets subprime banking crises predictions feveriam federal reserve stocks bailouts interest rates ring-fencing money-supply wealth-creation debt inflation inflating dignified life for all equal money for all equality in the world food crises money shortages prophecy prophecies be prepared natural living return to the earth end-times endgame alexjones nwo new world order elite light light-workers galactic federation of light meditation meditating mediums channels channeling true truth infowars michael tsarion Video Rating: 4 / 5
In this week’s edition of Bloomberg Venture, Cris Valerio talks to Jim Brateris, founder of Isurus Wetsuits, a fast-growing startup that makes high-performance apparel for competitive surfers. BusinessWeek.com — Small Business