Finding and buying Beneful at Walmart

Please come on people like to damageBeneful is a well-known, national brand of pet food. Since 2001 and has seen widespread success and availability in stores across America. Because it is a national brand provided by purina, one of the juggernauts of the industry each and every woman across the country carries many of their products in-store and online.

The price of the food varies between products but none of them are more than $1 per pound for dry food. What food typically costs closer to 20 cents per ounce.

This price includes certain premium Brands such as wet food with salmon. Currently the only beneful product with salmon that Walmart carries is the “Chopped Blends” wet food.

For those looking for additional, Purina regularly releases coupons for Beneful food which are valid at Walmart. Come by with Walmart’s low prices and rollbacks on certain products, they are guaranteed to have one of the best prices for Beneful coast to coast.

Talos Energy Makes ‘Historic’ Oil Strike in Mexican Waters

No private company has been allowed to drill an oil well in Mexico for 80 years – until now.

Earlier this year work began on a drill site in shallow waters off the shore of Mexican, a joint effort between three private companies, Talos Energy LLC based in Houston, Premier Oil, a British firm, and Sierra Oil & Gas, an independent Latin American company.

The new well has been labeled the ZAMA-1 and is in the Sureste Basin off the Mexican state of Tabasco. Engineers originally estimate the well could yield 100 million to 500 million barrels of crude – but they were stunned when the well came in at an estimated 1 billion barrels, according to a July 12 article in Reuters.

The contract to create the ZAMA-1 was handled through a bidding process after reforms Mexican invited private companies back in. The partners put together a winning bid in the first round.

Industry watchers are keeping a close eye on what may represents a new era of oil exploration for Mexico since it nationalized its petroleum industry in 1938. When oil was struck earlier this summer, analysts called it “historic.”

Houston-based Talos Energy is a private upstream oil and gas business that focuses its efforts on the Gulf Region. The company is associated with Apollo Global Management, LLC. Talos Energy prides itself on its expertise with propriety processing techniques and maintains a world class seismic database.

Company officials like to tout the “passion” Talos has for contributing new ideas and innovation. This drives its corporate culture forward in a highly competitive global environment. The HC Medi group ranked Talos Energy as a “Top Workplace” for the last four years in a row, including a “Top 100 Work Place” in 2015.

Talos Energy holds a 35% stake in the new ZAMA-1 well. It’s partners Premier Oil holds 25% and Sierra owns the remaining 40%.

Industry watcher Pablo Medina called the ZAMA-1 well “the most important achievement so far” of the Mexican energy reform policy. He said ZAMA-1 is among the 20 largest deposits of its kind found in shallow water in two decades.

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Norman Pattiz Revolutionizes the Podcast Industry

For the longest time, PodcastOne has led the podcast industry in revolutionary technology and features. For years, the company’s wanted to bring something new and exciting to the world of podcast. That dream was realized recently when the company announced its new mobile app.

This app comes with many new features that are first-time options for podcast listeners. Not only will listeners have hundreds of shows to listen to, some of them even have recorded video to go along with the audio. In some cases, the video is filmed in virtual reality. That’s what’s got most people excited about this new app.

The virtual reality brings whole other element to the podcast world. It was important to Norman Pattiz, founder of PodcastOne, that the virtual reality be as real as possible. To ensure the highest quality, PodcastOne partnered with Mandt VR, one of the best in the virtual reality business.

Mandt VR began setting up the newest equipment as soon as possible. They rigged numerous studios in every major PodcastOne building. They even set mobile equipment so that hosts can travel and continuous shoot VR footage. To date, the two companies have filmed over 1,000 VR videos.

After the announcement, Neil Mandt, founder of Mandt VR, talked about working with Norman Pattiz. He considers Pattiz to be a media pioneer (http://www.hsacouncil.org/norman-pattiz/). He got to watch Pattiz persuade his company to try something new that no one else would’ve done. Mandt actually praises Pattiz for launching innovative features and embracing new technology.

PodcastOne as a company adopted numerous first-time business methodsb (http://dashconference.com/speakers/norman-pattiz/). When podcasts first became popular, PodcastOne studied how viable advertising on podcast shows would be. When they discovered that advertising on podcasts had a positive effect, they adopted the first advertising-based business model for a podcast company.

Before he launched PodcastOne, Pattiz founded Westwood One, the largest provider of programming in the broadcast industry. Westwood supplies several radio stations with news, sports, entertainment, talk, and traffic shows. Westwood also worked with numerous big-name media outlets like CBS News, CNN radio, NCAA Basketball, and The Super Bowl.

Even before Westwood One and PodcastOne, Pattiz’s career was astonishing. He created the biggest network in the Arabic language that broadcasts in several countries. He also served as a governor on the Broadcasting Board of Governors for two presidents.

 

A Closer Look at Daniel Mark Harrison

Daniel Mark Harrison is the co-founder and managing partner of Monkey Capital. Although the name sounds boyish at best, it’s by far one of the most successful companies of its kind.

Earlier this August, Mr. Daniel Mark Harrison had secured the domain name of monkey.com for a whopping $500,000. An unnamed company in the United States had held the trademark since 1994 – talk about prudent on that mystery investor’s behalf. Mr. Harrison had provided $400,000 cash and $100,000 United States Dollars’ worth of COEVAL, Monkey Capital’s cryptocurrency. Despite the purchase price, Mr. Harrison said in a press release that “The price of $500,000 was in truth a bargain for what [it] will deliver us.”

Huffington Post had mentioned Monkey Capital and Mr. Daniel Mark Harrison no longer than a few months ago, titling the decentralized hedge fund as a “billion dollar baboon,” certain a compliment for Mr. Harrison and his innovative creation.

Despite being so young, Mr. Daniel Mark Harrison has put in a great deal of work throughout his already-bustling career. He started his career off at the University of Oxford with a bachelor’s degree in Theology. Harrison then enrolled at the BI Norwegian Business School to earn an MBA in just one year, even though the program was scheduled to require two years of instruction. Just one year after he topped his resume off with that MBA in 2006, he worked towards a master’s of journalism with a concentration in business in 2007.

Mr. Harrison founded Daniel Mark Harrison & Company in October of 2015, controlling his own assets and those of his closest family members. It’s currently operated out of Singapore, with additional branches in Bangkok and Hong Kong.

Daniel Mark Harrison is as much of a writer as he is a cryptocurrency and financial markets expert, having authored two full-length books, titled Butterflies: The Strange Metamorphosis of Fact and Fiction in Today’s World and The Millennial Reincarnation. He wrote for and starred on several videos on TheStreet for three years before writing for The Motley Fool. He’s since worked for Marx Rand and CoinSpeaker, both as Editor-in-Chief.

Why UTC is Indebted to Louis Chenevert

Louis Chenevert is a Quebec native who has a production management degree. HEC Montreal, a famed business school that operates under the charter of the University of Montreal, is his alma mater. He commenced his career at General Motors where he worked for 14 years. Then, he joined Pratt & Whitney Canada and spent six years. In 1999, he landed a president post at the Pratt & Whitney. Chenevert joined United Technologies Corp (UTC) as the COO back in 2006.

After serving as the UTC CEO for eight years, Chenevert stepped down, and director Edward Kangas filled the vacancy. In 2015, Goldman Sacks elected him to act as the exclusive advisor in its Merchant Banking Unit. In this capacity, Chenevert studies profitable niches in the industrial and aerospace arenas and advises businesses accordingly.

His Stellar Record at UTC

Under Chenevert’s belt are impeccable accomplishments he attained as the head of the UTC, which is worth approximately $100 billion. He has outshined most of the corporate executives around the world by achieving what most of them would take nearly their entire careers to achieve in just one year. Immediately after joining UTC, his main area of focus was the buying of Goodrich. Following over years of intense negotiations with Goodrich’s leadership, they agreed to a purchase transaction of $18.4 billion.

Encouraging Technology Growth

Chenevert developed a culture of investing in people and modern technology during his time at UTC. Soon after assuming the management of the firm, he embarked on a personal mission of bringing the best out of UTC and its employees. His goal was to grow the business immensely and improve its reputation. He usually believed on the fact that investing in the appropriate technology will take the firm to greater heights, and investing in the best people will foster its growth even more. UTC illustrated its unrelenting commitment in its employee and nurturing their talent by unveiling the Employee Scholar Program by offering financial support to employees seeking to advance their education in their fields.