THE MORE YOU KNOW THE MORE YOU SEE.
YOU SEE WITH YOUR MIND AND NOT WITH YOU EYES.
Sean Parker (born 1979) is an American technology businessman and entrepreneur. He co-founded Napster, Plaxo, Causes, and Airtime. He was Facebook's founding president. As of March 2012, Parker's net worth was estimated to be $2.1 billion.
He won the Virginia state computer science fair for developing a Web crawler, and was recruited by the C.I.A.. By his senior year of high school, Parker was earning more than $80,000 a year through various projects, enough to convince his parents to allow him to skip college and pursue a career as an entrepreneur.
I’ve always wondered how the middle eastern banking institutions have handled the economic crisis. It is something we never hear about in the mainstream news outlets. The only things we ever hear about the middle east usually isn’t good. We always hear or read about wars and rumors of wars.
origin of article: economywatch.com
By: QFinance Date: 16 May 2012
Across the Middle East and South-East Asia, Islamic financial institutions hold aggregated assets estimated to be worth $50 billion. To some, this cash-rich sector represents a huge opportunity for growth and investment. But perhaps, what Islamic banks can really offer is a set of guiding principles that can enhance financial stability, four years after the crisis.