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We help businesses grow and business owners grow their wealth," said Chris Hurn, CEO of Fountainhead Commercial Capital.
Watershed is an idea foundry created by Fountainhead Investment Partners that is focused on biomedical growth and innovation.
Post-acquisition, Fountainhead will carry on to be led by Brian Tellis, its cofounder, as chief executive officer and the current management team will in addition continue.
Following the lecture, guests will enjoy a family-style Sumerian-inspired feast prepared by Fountainhead Chef Cleetus Friedman.
Fountainhead Development is a real estate development and management company in Fairbanks.
He said that mother is an infinite fountainhead of love and affection in this world.
In her novel The Fountainhead, Ayn Rand characterizes this kind of conflict as a struggle between "firsthanders" and "secondhanders.
offered her $50,000 for the movie rights to The Fountainhead, she recalls, she and her husband realized they could now afford the 65-cent dinner at a restaurant they frequented.
I was appalled to see The Fountainhead included in Nick Farrentello's "Real to Reel: Ten Classics in Humanist Cinema" (J/A 2011).
by Michael Zalewa; "Barriers to Intimacy: Leading, Following, or Sitting Out the Dance," by Marilyn Volker; "Our Brain: The Fountainhead of Our Thoughts, Emotions, Behaviors, and Addictions--And Our Recovery," by John Eustace.
Rand considered her first major novel The Fountainhead, published in 1942, the preeminent case for individualism.
Vincent LaManna of CBRE and Jeffrey Lichtenberg of Fountainhead Enterprises represented the tenant in this transaction.