Adam Goldenberg And JustFab

Adam Goldenberg has been founding companies since he was 15 years old. He opened his first company in 1996, Gamers Alliance was so successful he was able to sell it to Intermix Media three years later. What did he do? Adam quit high school, moved across the country and joined Intermix Media. By the time he was 20 years old he was the COO (Chief Operating Officer) of Intermix Media making him the youngest COO of a publicly traded company in the country.

While at Intermix Media Adam Goldenberg met Don Ressler, a brand building specialist who also sold his company FitnessHeaven to Intermix in 2001. Don Ressler had generated sales of over a billion dollars and raised more than a million dollars in investment capitol for multiple Internet companies.

By the time Intermix was acquired by News Corporation in 2005 Don and Adam had become good friends and decided to form their own company. In 2006 Goldenberg and Ressler launched the e-commerce brand incubator platform, Intelligent Beauty.

The partners were already thinking about how to merge social interaction with the fashion industry and at the same time keep it affordable on They were eager to capitalize on this mostly untapped market. They determined for this to work online it had to be highly social, engaging and perhaps most important of all, fun.

The two friends decided on a major expansion of their very successful Intelligent Beauty. They immediately set about creating a personalization platform, hiring designers and style consultants with the goal of building an attractive and affordable business model. JustFab was born, an e-commerce website where members can receive a monthly selection of shoes, handbags, and accessories that are selected the meet their personal taste for $39.95 a month.

So for less than $40.00 dollars a month you virtually have your own personal shopper. Not only that JustFab will show you how to wear each item, using style boards and showing you the complete look on a model. Style tips are offered from leaders in the field of fashion. JustFab also wants their members to connect with one another because fashion is something that deserves an answer.

To quote Adam Goldenberg “When we started this business, I couldn’t tell you the difference between a peep toe and a Mary Jane.” Obviously, Adam Goldenberg is a fast learner. Going from a 15-year-old entrepreneur to being a co-CEO at the super successful JustFab.

George Soros’ Open Society Foundations dodge attempted “infiltration”

On March 16, an attempt by conservative activist James O’Keefe III to place “undercover” agents into the network of progressive organizations coordinated by George Soros‘ Open Society Foundation backfired in a way more suited to a slapstick spy story than a sinister right-wing cabal of provocateurs.

After leaving a voicemail as “Victor Kesh”, a “Hungarian-American” claiming to be from an unnamed foundation dedicated to “fighting for, um, European values,” O’Keefe neglected to hang up his phone and spent the following seven minutes explaining his plan to his co-conspirators, recording the entire conversation onto the voicemail of OSF’s Dana Geraghty.

She passed along the message to Christopher Stone, president of Open Society Foundations, after listening to O’Keefe explain his plans to infiltrate the OSF network. They would use details from Geraghty’s LinkedIn profile to ingratiate themselves– but it didn’t occur to anyone to visit her page anonymously.

A potential spy was selected during the meeting, an English doctor with sophisticated technical skills; O’Keefe and his “Project Veritas” group are big fans of using hidden cameras, tiny microphones and fake names to sneak into the offices of elected officials and public aid facilities, in the hopes of catching something incriminating which can be used for propaganda purposes. Unfortunately, the high-tech devices were working against them this time, and an inability to hang up a phone, or open Dana Geraghty’s LinkedIn profile anonymously, combined to fizzle the plot.
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It’s no coincidence that the fictional “Victor Kesh” claimed to be “Hungarian-American;” Soros was himself born in Budapest, before fleeing to England ahead of the Nazi occupation. George Soros settled in the U.S. where he’s become well-known as the chair and founder of Soros Fund Management.

Operating in over 100 countries and dedicated to promoting “the values of open society, human rights, and transparency,” the OSF has been working to bring accountability and justice to nations and peoples around the world. George Soros is also a founder of the Democracy Alliance, a network of donors who contribute to an array of progressive causes and campaigns in the U.S., and as the 2016 speeds ever nearer, Democracy Alliance must have looked like an irresistible prize for Project Veritas.

Soros has faced vocal opposition outside of the U.S., as well; the OSF found itself on Russia’s “stop list” after Soros called for more pressure to be put on Russia’s unofficial annexation of the Ukraine. In fact, George Soros has been unpopular with pro-Apartheid South Africans, for granting scholarships to black South Africans, and he was probably reviled by Eastern Bloc censors, for providing copy machines to distribute banned texts and non-government sanctioned news. If you judge a person’s success by who their enemies are, Soros is triumphant. And it doesn’t hurt when your enemies can’t figure out their phones.

Need Reputation Repair?

Status Labs is an online reputation management firm. Recently this Austin Texas-based company suffered its reputation pitfall. Actions of a former executive created negative media attention and threatened to damage the reputation of Status Labs. Status Labs was formed in 2012 to help businesses and individuals improve their online reputation is improving profit and business options. This digital PR niche has become increasingly popular over the years because companies have been increasingly reliant on the internet. Media Outlets post damaging information regarding businesses and people regularly and having those search results at the top of the first page can be incredibly damaging.


Status Labs was able to overcome the negative press ultimately. The incident helps to create insight on how to handle other situations and their line of work. They have come to learn that if they make employees a priority that it can ultimately improve business and relationships with not only employees but potential businesses to better treat their employees they began to give stock option plans. Another unusual technique was to allow their well-behaved pets to come to the office to avoid having to waste their lunch hour rushing home to feed their pets.

Darius Fisher is the co-founder and president of status labs. Status Labs has serviced over 1,500 clients in 35 countries. These clients include major companies politicians and just about any type of public figure. Before status Labs, Fisher worked as a political consultant. Darius Fisher graduated with honors from Vanderbilt University.


Darius Fisher has spent the last several years helping people to minimize the impacts of the media. When negative news breaks, it can be incredibly damaging to a business or even to an individual. Darius Fisher has helped many people overcome these obstacles. Darius Fisher is a Pioneer in an ever-growing industry. Follow him on Twitter @fisherdarius.

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