Danny Pang was an American financier and businessman. He worked as the founder of the Private Equity Management Group, Inc. and the Private Equity Management Group, which challenged to achieve $4 billion. The stocks were bought mainly on the support of Taiwanese investors, in American protection, timeshare investments, and security policies. He was caught by the FBI in 2009, for housing cash purchases to dodge a $10,000 reporting inception, which has a supreme ten-year prison order. The U.S. Securities and The Exchange Commission in a civil group claimed that he ran a Ponzi system and exaggerated his experience to investors, by declaring that he had obtained the position of a vice-president at Morgan Stanley and owned an MBA degree from the University of California. The SEC stated on April that it had received a stop on the assets of Pang and his two sets, as well as an arrangement to turn in his papers. His former associate, Nasar Aboubakare, has also alleged in a lawsuit that the set was a Ponzi scheme. Pang was restricted to his residence on bail. His criminal case was delayed till 2010.

Articles about the Pang's dishonest life were presented in the television show American Greed. His story was featured in the 5th season episode: "The Fraudster, The Ex-Stripper, And The Missing Millions".

He was born on December 15,1966 in Taiwan where he went to the famous Middle School Lih-Jen International Private Elementary. He traveled to the U.S. as a teenager, becoming a national citizen in 1990.

In 1986 he went to the University of California, throughout the summer session. According to the leading daily, he grew as a student leader at the institution, being chosen as the chairman of the Asian Pacific Student & Staff Association.

Later in 1997, his first wife, Janie Louise Pang, was killed in the Villa Park house, probably by a contract killer, after she took action toward a separation with him. A lawyer who had served in Danny Pang was jailed for the murder, but his lawsuit resulted in a hung board. Pang was on a profession trip during the death but begged his Fifth Amendment rights to dodge his appearance at the trial. At the trial, the defense showed the police and Federal Bureau of Investigation memorandum proposing that Pang had links to Taiwanese associated crime. Pang said he had no links to his wife's killing or to associate crime ties. He later remarried.

Pang had 2 kids. Danny Jr. from his initial marriage with Janie Louise. The younger one is a girl from his 2nd marriage. A leading daily informed that Pang passed away at a Newport Beach hospital in 2009. Policemen reported that they obtained a statement of a dead body near Pang's house at 3:41 pm, in September 2009. Paramedics drove him to Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, where he was kept in the cardiac care unit. Police crime scene detectives removed 4 to 5 bags of proof from Pang's house.He died on September12,2009.

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Daniel Alpert

Daniel Alpert is an American finance banker, think container fellow and writer. He is best recognised for his work on the credit bubble and the ensuing economic crisis of the 2000s, and his numerous articles and essays on the U.S. home market, regulatory matters, banking, and global macroeconomics. Alpert has been extensively quoted and written in print breaks, including the New York Times, the Associated Press, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Reuters, Fortune, and Bloomberg, He is a frequent author on business news channels, including Fox Business News, Bloomberg, and CNBC. He is the creator of The Age of Oversupply: Confronting the Greatest Request to the Global Market on the impact of macroeconomic inequalities in advanced warnings. Daniel Alpert is organising Managing Associate of the New York-based venture bank Westwood Center, LLC, and its members and a member of the New York-based Century Company, one of the nation’s beloved think containers. Alpert has added than 30 years of global merchant trading and investment banking activity. He has been accountable for the performance of much fiction debt and investment contributions in the real property and financial assistance industry, including the original multi-borrower market mortgage-backed bond -CMBS issuance. The first CMBS issuance of retail mortgage loans on home controlled by a particular borrower, one of the newest self-managed local property investment REIT offerings and the unique one ever to include the contemporary exit of a business from failure and the first self-regulated multifamily business equity REIT. Alpert also goes up Westwood Capital’s existing estate and accommodation industry clients. Before working Westwood Capital in 1995, Daniel Alpert was a manager and associate at Oppenheimer & Co., Inc. He started his financial career in the real property syndication business in 1982. Alpert is a patron of the World Economic Roundtable meetings of the New America Foundation, and San Francisco- meant think tank. In 2011, Alpert became the co- organizer along with Nouriel Roubini, and Robert Hockett and discussed white paper on support of the New America Foundation named The Way Forward that has been charged on most surfaces of the macroeconomic discussion with giving a clear and concise summary of the problems that gave advance to the global economic crisis and was a forerunner to The Age of Oversupply. Alpert was elected a fellow of The Century Company in 2012. He is also a part of The Bretton Woods Committee and The Economic Club of New York. Daniel Alpert lives, in the New York City and has four kids.

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Nobel Laureate David Jonathan Gross is famously known to the world as David Gross. He was born on 19 February 1941, in Washington DC, USA. His parents were Nora and Bertram Myron Gross. After his schooling, David Gross studied his bachelor and masters degree at University of Jerusalem, Israel. He completed his master's degree in 1962. He received Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) from University of California, the USA in 1966. He was a good academician and after his Ph.D., David Gross joined as the research fellow at Harward University. Till 1997, he served as the professor at the famous Princeton University. David Gross is a great enthusiast. Everything that happens in physics interests him. In 1973, while doing experiments along with Frank Wilczek, he discovered Asymptotic Freedom. Asymptotic Freedom is the energy that packs all the electrons, protons, and neutrons in an atom. Their continuous experiments gave rise to the Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) and Quantum Field Theory. David Gross along with Jeffery A Harvey, Emil Martinec, Ryan Rohm did contentious studies and came up with Heterotic String Theory. For this accomplishment, they were nicknamed as Princeton String Quartet. From the very toughest fellowships, he got many accolades throughout his career. He received Mac Arthur Foundation Fellowship in 1987. In 1988, he was the recipient of Dirac Medal, and in 2000, he got Harvey Prize. For his outstanding studies in Asymptotic Freedom, he received Nobel Prize in Physics in 2004 along with Frank Wilczek and David Politzer. David Gross also decorated some honorary positions too. He was the former director and the current holder of the Frederick W Gluck Chair in Theoretical Physics at Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics of the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is also a faculty member of the Physics department at the University of California. In Chinese Academy of Sciences, he is also a member. He is the Chairperson of the Advisory Board of International Centre for Theoretical Sciences (ICTS), Bangalore, India. In an interview, he mentioned that India is a country with vast theoretical knowledge. But it is not so healthy for a developing nation like India to just have theoretical knowledge. The fact is that experimental equipment costs more but practical aspects are as important as the theoretical knowledge and India should go for it. Coming Richie personal life, David Gross married Shulamith, and they have two children. Ariela Gross is the Professor of Law at the University of South California and is the mother of Raphaela and Sophia. Their second daughter is Elisheva Gross, and she completed her Ph.D. in psychology from the University of California. David Gross later married Jacqulyn Savani, the media consultant for Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics.

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