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The Development of OSI Industries

As a consumer, it is worth knowing the source of the processed meat you take from supermarkets or restaurants. Here, we will give a broader description of how food processing takes place at OSI Industries. The company started operating in 1990 as Otto and Sons. The organization began like a butchery in the neighborhood serving only Illinois. The company produces quality beef, pork, and chicken products. Today, the firm reaches out to the world with more than 60 facilities in over 20 countries. The urge to serve the world spearheaded the development of the firm in a market full of competition. As the competition stiffened, the company’s strategy was to reinforce the customer networking to increase sales.

OSI Industries provides affordable, customer-oriented, and consistent products. The firm is an empire of business created through the involvement of visionary leaders, like Sheldon Lavin. Lavin is an expert in financial management. As a visionary leader, Lavin got appointed as the chief executive officer. Before the appointment, the individual served in the downtown Chicago in a consultancy agency known as the Sheldon Lavin and Associate for over 15 years. Also, the firm runs under the leadership of David McDonald as president. Before becoming the president, McDonald served as the development manager. Under the able hands of the two leaders and the entire workforce, OSI Industries ranks among the top 100 American food processing companies.

In March 2018, OSI Industries completed its extension process by doubling the production capacity of chicken products to 24,000 tons annually. The improvement came across due to the fast-increasing market demand for chicken products in Spain and Portugal. This growth led to an increase in the overall production capacity of quality beef, chicken, and pork products to 45,000 tons periodically. Additionally, the development led to the rise in the number of work forces from the initial 140 to 160. In the 20 additional job opportunities is the product development manager. The core mission of the office is to take the lead in the current production and bring new products into the firm’s portfolio.

The willingness to serve the world got initiated by the introduction of the new workplace of more than 22, 600 square feet. In 2016, the company landed in North America by acquiring the Tyson Food Plant. OSI Industries took its services to the next level by purchasing the Flagship Europe and made it the major food distributor in the UK. Today, the firm has the controlling stake in Baho, which expands to Germany.

Who Is Charlamagne The God, Radio Personality & Author

 

Lenard McKelvey, also known as Charlamagne Tha God is a well-known television and radio personality. Charlamagne was quick to receive Twitter feedback from his diss that came from rapper Eminem. This stems from comments that were made on his radio show in defense of homophobic slurs that were made about Tyler the creator (Tyler recently came out as openly bisexual).

 

However, Charlamagne Tha God has made it known that he’s not a member of the LGBT community and that Eminem could possibly be offending the millions of gay people around the world. The LGBT community will also be the ones to respond to Eminem’s homophobic slurs says, Charlamagne.

 

He has also been able to use his white privilege to speak out against the Trump Administration says; Charlamagne on Eminem. Charlamagne Tha God has also been adamant about speaking out on other celebrities including his recent comments about other big name celebrities like Wendy Williams.

 

Charlamagne’s best known for his donkey of the day on his radio show with DJ Envy and Angela Yee. He says; he’s proud of his name being mentioned among a rapper that actually has verses. Before now, he was being dissed by rappers like Chingy. He has since been reluctant to speak on the matter about Eminem.

 

To date, Charlamagne has been promoting his book: “Black Privilege”, he believes opportunity only comes to the ones who seek it. He continues to dominate the radio industry despite a July 2018 petition to have him removed from his radio show the Breakfast Club.

 

Charlamagne Tha God chronicles is rise as an ex-felon and hopes to inspire others to live out their dreams. He notes from the dirt road of Moncks Corner, South Carolina to where he is today that anything is possible for people that truly have a passion for success. He has also played in several movies like MTV’s Hip Hop POV.

 

If you’re interested in learning more about Charlamagne Tha God, you can catch him each morning on his radio broadcast the Breakfast Club. You’re also invited to follow him on Twitter @cthagod or by visiting his professional LinkedIn account for more details. Go Here for additional information.

 

Read more about Tha God on https://www.hbo.com/hbo-news/charlamagne-tha-god-interview-series

Robert Ivy Has Roots In The South That Are Paying Off

Robert Ivy is connected to Mississippi because that is where he was raised, and he was always active in the community. His love for his place of residence is paying off because Robert has been named the recipient of the annual Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award. This award is given to people who have shown a great respect for the arts and helped promote the arts in multiple ways throughout the year. The award is given by the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters. Visit on his twitter for latest updates.

Robert Ivy is currently the CEO of the American Institute of Architects, and it was this institute that made the MIAL want to give the annual award to Robert. For starters, Robert has helped graduates from the institute find work in all 50 states. Even more impressive, Robert Ivy has made deals with dozens of states, and these deals state that the state will only hire architects from the American Institute of Architects. In this way, Robert has caused architecture to become an art on its own. Another great thing Robert Ivy did was help students get a free education at the American Institute of Architecture. He did this by helping high schools embrace architecture as an art and offer it as a course in the classroom. Students who took these classes have been given full scholarships to the institute. Robert has even helped people with a GED attend the institute at no cost to them.

In addition to being a leader in the world of architecture, Robert Ivy is also an author. Over the next few months, Robert is planning on providing the entire online community with articles on how he attained such a high achievement. Robert is also expected to discuss where he hopes to see the field of architecture in the next few years, and he is also expected to discuss how architects can go about making more money.

Read: https://www.bizjournals.com/washington/quick_news/2010/12/american-institute-of-architects-news.html 

 

Category: Architecture, CEO

Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey Expose Corruption

Michael Lacy is the executive editor of the Village Voice Media newspaper. He was arrested along with Jim Larkin, the CEO of Village Media newspaper, for charges of disclosing details about a grand-jury investigation. This event took place a little over 10 years ago in Phoenix, Arizona. Read more: Michael Lacey | Crunchbase and Lacey and Larkin Speak Out on Trump Pardon of Arpaio | Phoenix New Times

The arrest was by the order of the sheriff in Maricopa County, Arizona, Joe Arpaio. On the day of their arrest, Michael and Jim had published a piece that was describing the probe of a grand jury in on of the publications of the Village Voice Media, the Phoenix New Times. The two men were unaware that the grand jury had also been investigating them.

There had been much coverage about Joe Apraio and his overly aggressive law enforcement tactics since 1992. His questionable orders against many inmates and women were brought up before by several publications. The infamous sheriff had been notified of what actions were legally admissible and which ones weren’t since he first took office. Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey: http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/potmsearch/detail/submission/6427818/Michael_Lacey and http://www.laceyandlarkinfronterafund.org/5-smart-ways-people-and-places-are-resisting-trumps-immigration-policies/

The sheriff was advised by the United States District Judge that the detaining of immigrants due to suspicion wasn’t sufficient grounds for detainment. It was against the constitution to detain and hold a person without evidence.

These issues were addressed on multiple occasions before 2011 and were not made public. These issues were brought to light when a lawsuit was filed against Joe Arpaio about 10 years ago. The sheriff was charged with the violation of the rights of Latinos and other immigrant groups.

Joe Arpaio fought the charges and continued to work as he always did. He continued to encourage his employees to continue the racial profiling of Latinos and to send them over to the immigration services. His abuse of power continued until the people could no longer take it. There was eventually an outcry from the people that caught the attention of reporters.

This was when Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin began to expose the sheriff of Maricopa county to the American public. The two men wrote multiple pieces on the sheriff and his department and got into confrontation with him on several occasions. This is what eventually led to the arrest of the two men that worked for the Village Media newspaper. The arrests were only able to take place after the targeting by a special prosecution team that created the grand jury.

Many other newspapers were not reporting on the abuse of power of Joe Arpaio at the time that Jim and Lacey were releasing their stories. The reports on the arrests that were made by Joe kept piling up until it finally began to receive national coverage. The two original reporters were released from prison 24 days after their arrests.

They proceeded to file a suit against Joe Arpaio that exposed more information about his corruption and abuse of power. Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey won the suit and were able to settle for approximately $3.7 million.