Stream Energy was recently featured on Patch.com due to their continuous philanthropic efforts in Texas. Stream Energy is an energy, wireless, protective, and home services provider headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Rob Snyder and Pierre Koshajki founded Stream Energy in August 2004 which is now run by CEO Larry Mondry. The company provides services in Texas, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Georgia, Maryland, Illinois and Washington D.C.
Although Stream Energy has long been involved in philanthropy, they recently launched their own charity foundation, “Stream Cares.” According to Patch.com, Stream Energy has built long-term relationships with Habitat for Humanity and the Red Cross which have helped them establish themselves as the philanthropic corporation that they are today. Stream has partnered with Hope Supply Co. to cover entrance and meal costs for 1000 North Texas homeless children at their annual Splash for Hope event. Stream has be working with Hope Supply Co. for over four years and routinely track the homelessness rate in Dallas. Stream also partnered directly with the Salvation Army after several tornadoes hit Texas in 2016. They helped raise thousands of dollars for the victims by matching their funds and doubling donations brought in by associates.
Patch.com also notes that Stream has partnered with Operation Once in a Lifetime which helps provide moral and financial support to veterans and their families in the Dallas area. With Operation Once in a Lifetime, Stream provided transportation to veterans and their families to attend a lunch. The next day, they helped co-host the American Girl Doll Experience for 10 daughters of military members. Stream was also able to use their funds to help their customers when Hurricane Harvey hit Texas in 2017.
By launching Stream Cares, Patch.com states that Stream Energy is simply just formalizing “its ongoing philanthropy throughout Texas and all over the country, something the company has engaged in for more than a dozen years.”
As things look, Shervin Pishevar had experienced a dry winter. He was last heard from his Twitter account in mid-December during his annunciation of the resignation from Investment company. Pishevar knew about the ongoing economic affairs but had held his leadership thoughts intentionally. The happening of the most touching matters to him seemed to awaken him from the hibernation.
After the U.S. stock market’s most unexpected drop in recent time, Shervin Pishevar tweeted a fifty-point explanation regarding his thinking on the dropping of the market to an aggregate 6000 points in the following months. Pishevar is considered to be a man of many words. Therefore, it was no surprise for him going on a 50-message tweet. This time, the tweets were a little distinct as he proceeded his two-day tweet where he addressed different points ranging from bonds and bitcoin to immigration together with SpaceX.
Shervin Pishevar’s recent criticisms were not coming out apparently. He began with an assurance to expound on the “financial storm” he predicts concerning a 6,000 point drop in the stock market in the coming few months. He later moved to discuss the death of Silicon Valley after taking a break for dinner.
The 21-hour tweet by Shervin Pishevar came out strongly due to the extended period he was quiet after posting his resignation letter from Investment company on twitter. He stepped aside as his opponents were dragging the company into their fight with him. It remains unclear of Pishevar’s decision to resurface.
Some link the come back to the news regarding his dropping of a lawsuit accusing the firm called Definers Public Affairs of a libel campaign against him. Out of the whole sentiments raised, Shervin Pishevar presents a dim picture regarding the United States Economy.
Besides the markets dropping by 6,000 points, Pishevar states that bonds volatility will ripple in the rest of the markets. He also says that bitcoin’s crash isn’t over and the stronghold of California in technology innovation and culture has ended. Furthermore, with the United States few established startups, too much power will continue remaining in the largest firms. Countries like China are likely to outdo the US mainly in infrastructure.