Almost immediately after President Ronald Reagan’s 1981 Inauguration came to a close, the executive office hit the ground running by setting their sights directly on Capitol Hill. From the very beginning, Reagan encouraged Congress to pass legislation inspired by Reaganomics that aimed to increase productivity in the countries then bleak economic status. That very year, […]
At the time of his inauguration as America’s 40th President on January 20, 1981, Ronald Reagan make a number of swift legislative actions in order to help the country out of one of the bleakest economic times since the Depression. Interest rates were soaring, taxes were high, unemployment rates were high and the countries spirit […]
Former Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate John Lakian has founded several of his own successful business and has also served on the board of many other companies. Before narrowly missing his bid for the 1994 United States Senate, Lakian studied at Boston University and Enlisted as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army and served his country honorably […]
A leader on New York City’s national and international business scene in the mid-eighties, John Lakian has served on the board of a number of successful American businesses and has gone on to serve on the board of several others. After serving on the boards of The Molloy Group, Standard Life of Indiana, Mr. Coffee, […]
A pioneer on the forefront of New York City’s business scene and former gubernatorial candidate of Massachusetts, John Lakian has founded a number of businesses in the United States, as well as serving on the board of many others including but not limited to, Merchants Capital, Mr. Coffee, JoS. A. Bank Clothiers, Peoples Department Stores, Apparel Marketing […]
John Lakian and Mitt Romney ’94 GOP Rep. Primary Still considered one of the most interesting political races of the 90s, the 1994 GOP September 20th Massachusetts Republican Primary placed John Lakian, an investment banker, against Mitt Romney, a wealthy management consultant and son of former Michigan Gov. George Romney. John Lakian’s campaign was slow […]
John Lakian has many years and vast “hands on” experience in Business and Corporate Success, and in turn is providing thousands of jobs and company growth and profit sustainability. John Lakian’s track record was so successful it landed him a job as a Fox Business Analyst, and provided valuable information for many other businesses to […]
John Lakian was the CEO of Living Independently Group, a company which develops monitoring system to assist in the care of senior citizens. He has served on the boards of Merchants Capital, Mr. Coffee, JoS. A. Bank Clothiers, Peoples Department Stores, Apparel Marketing Corporation, FNEDC, Sheffield Medical Technologies, The Molloy Group, and Standard Life of Indiana.
John Lakian, helps save JoS A Banks Clothiers by acquiring from Quaker Oats. John Lakian has had tremendous Business Success and a proven track record that produced great profit margin returns for many investors.
John Lakian launched MicKinley and Allsopp in 1986, a very successful brokerage firm that provides investment-banking services. His financial service companies did business with “High-Profile” Wall Street firms, including Paine Webber, Merrill Lynch, Deutsche bank and Soloman Smith Barney, just to name a few.