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Glaser Business

Uncle Julio’s Redefines Tex-Mex Cuisine

Robert V. Glaser’s illustrious career has included his time working with an experienced team that was tasked with making a number of profitable investments, the Mexican food restaurant chain Uncle Julio’s is one of them. Dallas, Texas would serve as the flagship home of the Mexican restaurant chain better known as Uncle Julio’s, which made its debut in the 1980s. Seemingly experiencing few if any of the growing pains restaurants often endure as they develop a loyal customer base and achieve success, Uncle Julio’s achieved a level of popularity quite rapidly after opening for business. With its much-acclaimed margarita/sangria drink… Read More

Atlas Air and Its High Flying Success

The founding of Atlas Air Worldwide took place in 1992 thanks to the efforts of businessman Michael A. Chowdry. In the early 90s, there was very little attention centered around freight hauling in the passenger airline industry, something which drove Chowdry into taking advantage of the opportunity to find success in the air cargo sector. As a result, Atlas Air was born. During its early days, the company began to develop by leasing aircrafts to airlines with contracts based on Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, and Insurance (ACMI). These types of contracts are referred to as wet leasing. The Boeing 747-200 became… Read More

The Impressive Success of Sur La Table

In 1972, a woman named Shirley Collins took the initiative of launching the retail company Sur La Table in Seattle. Collins oversaw the opening of the inaugural retail location in the downtown area. It was during the late 1980s that Sur La Table would go on to spearhead its first mail-order catalog. Collins eventually sold Sur La Table in 1995 which was also when the company launched its second retail location, this time located in Berkeley, California. I took another four years before Sur La Table established itself online and launched its official website. By the early 2000s, Sur La… Read More