Daniel Taub Leaves Behind a Legacy

An interview with Daniel Taub on thejc.com highlights some of his greatest accomplishments.In 2011 he was able to meet the Queen of England. He wore his kippah and proudly declared he was the new Ambassador of the State of Isreal to the Court of St James’s. Having been born in Britain it was quite an honor to meet the queen. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.daniel-taub.com/ and https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/may/08/boycott-israelis-tuc-bigotry

The Queen, who always engages in meaningful conversation with her guests, asked him how he felt representing a country that wasn’t his home after giving up his British citizenship. She wanted to know how he felt representing a country he’d immigrated to.


He responded he was pleased he was able to raise his children in their homeland and to have the opportunity to bring the two countries closer together. Read more: Daniel Taub | Crunchbase and Daniel Taub | LinkedIn

Daniel Taub has put himself in the middle of some disputes going on against Israel and has been on several news programs discussing the prospect of peace.

He’s looking at the bright side of things despite the turmoil of the Middle East. There are agreements with Jordan and Egypt that have made their way through to the other side and give them hope for a peaceful resolution.

He went to both University College in Oxford and University College in London. Following those, he went on to study at the Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. In the year 1989, he moved to Isreal. He was on the Israel Defense Force as both a reserve officer and a combat medic. Through his education and experiences, he became an expert on international law and negotiation theory.

Daniel Taub is now the Director of Strategy and Planning of the Yad Hanadiv foundation. It is a philanthropic Isreali foundation opened in memory of a benefactor Baron Edmon James de Rothschild and helps establish great projects like the renewal of the National Library of Israel.

Mr. Taub has written and brought to life a popular Israeli series called HeChatzer. He uses it and his writing for the Huffington Post and the Daily Telegraph to break down stereotypes of religious division in Israel. He’s also written a book and stays active in the pursuit of peace.

Jeremy Goldstein’s take on EPS

Jeremy Goldstein, partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, has been around the corporate scene for years now. He has worked with established companies such as Bank of America, Verizon and Goldman Sachs to know how most company strategies play out. Recently, many companies have turned to Earn per share as an incentive based program to increase their company production. From his years of experience representing companies in legal action, Jeremy Goldstein gives his opinion and says that this may not be the best way to go. He says that Earn Per Share, EPS, mostly end up in a battle in which employee incentives and long term investment for the corporation stand to lose.

EPS is an incentive based program where a portion of a company’s profit is set aside to be given to each outstanding share. This makes this method be very attractive in the stock market because the higher the EPS, the more an investor stands to gain. This is what makes investors either buy stock or sell. Most companies try as much as possible to make their EPS attractive to stock buyers in hopes to raise more money. For the employees, it means more money given to them in terms of incentives. At first glance, the attorney says, it’s all so good. However, there are down sides to EPS.

The first disadvantage that comes with EPS is that it does not have the element of collective control of the company. As a result, the executive and the board of directors get excessive power. This can be harmful to the investors. Secondly, this investment program is focused on the short term goals of the company which is to make profit. This is done at the expense of the long term goals of the company. As a result, it does not offer a sustainable economic environment for the company.

Jeremy Goldstein advises that since EPS is a good program, despite its down sides, it is important to exercise it in moderation. Keep the executives in check and make sure the long term goals are still taken care of. This will see the company culture a stable economic environment for itself.

Jeremy Goldstein is a lawyer practicing in New York. He started out his career in one of New York’s largest firms, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. Through hard work and a desire to better what he is good at, he quickly became a partner at this same firm. After making a name for himself, he branched out to create his own firm, Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates. Jeremy has been part of transactions like Duke Energy/Progress Energy, and Merck/Schering Plough Corporation. His success in this field has granted him respect among his peers.


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