Arthur Becker is Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Zinio. In the past, he has served as the Chief Executive Office of NaviSite from 2002 to 2010. NaviSite was a NASDAQ registered company which provided application and technology management services to clients living the the United Kingdom and the United States. The company had its offices in locations like the United States, India, and United Kingdom. It provided cloud-based application and data center hosting management to various enterprises. In 2011, the company was bought by Time Warner, and since then Arthur is a private investor in real estate and technology. He has also served as the senior advisor to a fashion company named Vera Wang for seven years. Since 2002, Arthur is the Managing Member of Atlantic Investors, LLC. According to the NY Times, he is also the Managing Director of Madison Technology Group LLC since 2001. Both of these companies are based in New York.
Arthur Becker attended Bennington College from 1969 to 1972 from where he acquired a Bachelor’s of Arts degree. From 1973 to 1974, he attended Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. The sixty-six-year-old Becker served as the Director and Vice Chairman of ClearBlue Technologies from 2000 to 2003. He co-founded Atlantic Investors, LLC which holds the outstanding record for Common Stock shares which was almost thirty-seven percent. His other company is Madison Technology Group which is focused on investing in telecommunications and technology companies. Becker has an experience of founding several companies. One of them was Impower, a technology consulting service based in London, and it provided consultancy to the government. Another one was Advance Partners, LLC; it was also based in the United Kingdom and provided services like financial advisory to Global Switch and Cendent Corporation. In 2016, Becker became the owner of a few townhouses that were located on the Sullivan Street in the area of Soho. He exchanged it with his stake in the condominium development going on nearby. According to public record files, he has assumed the ownership of thirty, forty, and fifty Sullivan Street. The townhouses are sixty-five-hundred square foot in area, and they were developed by Property Markets Group and Madison Equities. For more info, perezhilton.com.
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