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Recently, Goldman Sachs announced its partnership with Riverstone Holdings. The deal is approximately $ 500 million with a 12% percent share in the investment of energy. The Walls Street Journal stated that the values of the Riverstone transaction total up to over $4 billion. The two companies are geographically located in New York City. However, Riverstone has another office in the United States of America. According to the two organizations, the partnership will unite the founders of Riverstone and Goldman Sachs. This is because they had worked together in the initial stages of their careers. In 2000, David Leuschen had been employed in New York with Pierre Lapeyre. The two have a past working experience in M&A energy firm. They were in charge for initiating stock sales deals.

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One such corporation at the forefront of the reinvented mall is the Westfield Corp. According to Peter Lowy, Westfield’s CEO, its strategy is to “…integrate food, fashion, leisure, entertainment. And use technology to better connect retailers with consumers.” This streamlined integration of technology and in-person shopping is one of the main reasons Westfield is considered to be on the cutting-edge of shopping mall futures.

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Undercover Colors (https://twitter.com/undercovercolor?lang=en) is an upcoming nail polish designed to help keep a woman from being sexually assaulted while drinking at a party, club, bar, etc. Certain date rape drugs like Rohypnol are placed in drinks so that the assailant, once his victim has had her drink, can abuse her afterward. However, by wearing this nail polish a woman can simply dip her finger in the drink.

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Riverstone, founded by David Leuschen and Pierre Lapeyre helped Papa start a company called “Silver Run Acquisition,” and Mark Papa knew exactly what he was going to do with this opportunity. The Permian Basin, a basin in the Western part of Texas, would be exactly where he would focus his attention. This basin has been spoken of quite regularly in terms akin to that of how the United States can liberate itself from the grip of foreign oil; it holds that much promise. Mr. Papa counts himself a little late to this basin party, but he did succeed in finding acquisition options, and he bought Centennial Corp. as one of his initial moves.

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According to Mr. Papa himself, he returned due to the shockingly low price to which oil had dropped stating that, “Had oil stayed at one hundred dollars a barrel I would have stayed retired.” But it has not and this gave Mr. Papa the idea that a lack of investments in various oil fields would eventually cause a massive increase in demand, what is typically referred to as a “shortfall.” Riverstone founders David Leuschen and Pierre Lapeyre encourage him to get back in the game.

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