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Tidal is fulfilling all of your music steaming needs. Desiree Perez is the person that is making people take a look at Tidal. This is the wife of Juan Perez, and it appears that Desiree has the same great business mindset that her husband has.
Juan Perez is the guy that has our helped run the 40/40 Club that Jay-Z owns. Perez also had the advantage of helping run studios and building a friendship with Jay-Z. Now there is a lot of interest on what the wife of Juan Perez is doing. His wife, Desiree, has made her way into the leadership role at Tidal.
Dez is taking her time to make sure that she can give music fans something that is a standout from of the other music streaming services that are out there. Competition is definitely heavy, and it is going to take something that other companies do not have to make Tidal number one. Fortunately, all of the exclusive content that is being offered by this company is giving Shawn Carter and Desiree Perez the competitive advantage that is needed to draw in loyal customers. There has been a battle with the music streaming industry with lots of artists like Taylor Swift and Adele. These are women that do not feel like they’re getting the proper royalties for the music that they make. People are streaming the music that is being played, but many streaming sites are offering a small payoff. Taylor Swift has gone as far as taking all of her music off of Spotify. Lots of these artist have a problem with other websites like YouTube as well. Music streaming has become something of a fickle business, and many artists feel like they are not getting the proper due. What Dez Perez realizes is that she has to work with the artists and make them happy before anything can be done to make the customers happy.
That is why is there so much talk about how she has negotiated contracts for concerts that could also be shown on the Tidal website. She has helped artists get a lot more for the concerts, and this content can become exclusively shown on the Internet is order to secure reoccurring profits. There is lots of talk about an Apple buyout. When Apple wants to buy your company there is a strong chance that you’re doing something right.
The career of Stephen Murray paints a picture that tracks a series of incisive choices from education to the top corporate rungs of private equity investing. Sadly, this career ended with his passing on March 12, 2015 at the age of 52.
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Stephen Murray was born in Brooklyn, NY August 2, 1962. He grew up in North Tarrytown, NY where he attended and graduated from Sleepy Hollow high school. In 1984 he earned a degree in Economics from Boston College. His career began with the analyst training program at Manufactures Hanover in New York City. During that time, he attended Columbia Business School where he earned his MBA in 1989.
Murray became part of the Manufactures Hanover Equity Corporation workforce in 1989. At that time, the MH private equity group joined its leveraged finance unit. Shortly afterwards, Chemical Bank purchased MH where the equity group merged with Chemical Venture Partners. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP: http://patch.com/connecticut/stamford/stephen-p-murray-52-financial-executive-stamford-resident-vice-chair-boston-college-board-trustees
Chase Manhattan Corporation and Chemical Bank combined in 1996. Later in 2005, the Chemical Venture Partners changed to become Chase Capital Partners. Soon, JP Morgan purchased the Chase firm, where Murray managed the buyout business for JP Morgan Partners. In 2006, Murray established a new group known as CCMP Capital.
This spinout from JP Morgan Chase took place to separate the buyout and growth equity team from its private equity group. Shortly afterward, in 2007, he acquired the CEO position for CCMP. He held this position until his retirement in 2015.
The following list includes major companies on which Stephen Murray functioned as a board member: Generac Power Systems, Aramark, Warner Chilcott, The Vitamin Shoppe, AMC Entertainment, Pinnacle Foods, Cabela’s and Legacy Hospital Partners.
Murray and Tami Anne Monti, his college sweetheart from Cumberland, RI, were married on September 21, 1985. They lived in Stamford, CT where their four sons grew up. Murray is noted for his many philanthropic endeavors serving charitable organizations such as Make A Wish Foundation of Metro New York and the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County.
Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP: http://nypost.com/2015/03/13/ccmps-murray-dead-at-52/