The Chainsmokers are famous nationally and known as the American producer, and DJ and the duo consist of Andre Taggart and Alex Pall. The Chainsmokers together with Halsey honoured Mr Avicii with their Billboards Music Award. Avicii is the most beloved producer and Swedish DJ. Before the duo presented the award for the top hit and hot song for the year 2018 they told the thousands gathered at the famous Grand Garden Arena that Mr Avicii is one artist who has inspired many people in various ways and especially the EDM community. The Chainsmokers handed the “Despacito” song to Luis Fonsi. Halsey also added that working with Avicii is such a joy and it’s a tragedy he is undergoing a painful moment of his life, and she elaborated the need of love and support of family and friends to anyone struggling with mental illness.
The Chainsmokers for the second time that night mentioned Avicii when receiving their Electronic/Dance act award. They dedicated the prize to Avicii saying that he made them achieve their success and pushed them to believe in succeeding in life by inspiring them, influencing their music and especially the pop music. The duo ended their speech by declaring that they miss Avicii and hopes he has finally found his peace. Avicii died at 28 years of age on 20th April 2018, and the family revealed he committed suicide. Avicii real name was Tim Bergling, and his unreleased music may be released to the public according to Geffen Records Label President. The show was hosted by Kelly Clarkson who took an opportunity to remember the recent shooting in a Texas school, and he said that its time to change the happening and keep children safe and alive.
The Chainsmokers achieves their first breakthrough in music in 2015 after their hit song “Selfie” became top single in different countries. In 2015 the duo released their debut EP the Bouquet, and it featured various songs like the “Roses” that enjoyed a position among the US top 10 Billboard Hot 100. Chainsmokers has won the Grammy Award for their unique dancing moves and recording during the 59th awards, and they have also won to other American Music Awards and five iHeartRadio Music Awards.
Anyone in the world of business would know that a tight business model could dictate the future of a business. A sustainable economic development of a business would not be possible if the company has no idea of where it wants to go on paper.
The truth about most corporations is that their success would be dependent on how they put their plan on paper in the form of employee benefits plan. One of the many people out there whose main responsible is to make sure that the employees have the incentives they have without overwhelming the employers is Jeremy Goldstein. He’s the attorney at law practicing in New York who helps oversee the handling of corporations over the benefits and incentives of employees.
Advisor of Corporations
Being able to work with big companies like Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and Verizon and being able to successfully offer advice on how Earnings Per Share can benefit companies really helped Jeremy Goldstein. His expertise on incentive-based programs has been able to offer the right solutions for companies who want to acknowledge the rights of employees to have the right benefits without making them gourmand, so to speak.
It is also the solutions from Jeremy Goldstein that gave a non-gratuitous series of benefits to many companies’ employees. For one thing, Jeremy believes that EPS in reference to giving the incentives to employees is exceptional and generates a lot of positive growth for the company and workforce.
He also believes that the EPS of companies can offer a lot of incentive and encouragement to a company’s business program. Many studies have shown that an easily approved and stable EPS can make a great difference in companies and their employees. With a good EPS strategy, even if it sounds disadvantageous at first, could produce a lot of buffer for any company to hedge it against risks.
About Jeremy Goldstein
In a legal world filled with hapless lawyers who take chance in fortuitous events, Jeremy Goldstein stands out as a partner at a boutique law firm dedicated to advising companies on employees’ compensation and corporate governance matters.
With such background in corporate matters, Mr. Goldstein has been part of various ominous deals, including the whole acquisition of United Technoloiges, Progress Energy and The Dow Chemical Company.
Right now, Mr. Goldstein is also busy being the chair of the Mergers and Acquisition Subcommittee of the (E)xecutive (C)ompensation of the (A)merican Bar Association Business Section. He also has played a lot of representation to all executive compensation benefits to various small and medium businesses. He’s also a member of the (P)rofessional (A)dvisory (B)oard of the NYU Journal of Law and Business. Learn more: http://officialjeremygoldstein.com/