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Facts Omitted From The Wall Street Journal Story About Greg Lindberg And His Companies

(DALLAS, TX) March 3, 2019. Mr. Lindberg’s colleagues and representatives spent weeks answering detailed questions from the Wall Street Journal. Unfortunately, key facts were omitted from the story. Facts such as: There are numerous inaccuracies with respect to the use of the insurance funds to finance personal assets. For example, no insurance company money was […]

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Counsel For Greg Lindberg Sets The Record Straight On Numerous Errors & Inaccuracies In Recent Wall Street Journal Article

(Dallas TX, March 1, 2019) Aaron Tobin, counsel to Greg E. Lindberg, issued the following statement in response to media and other inquiries regarding the February 28, Wall Street Journal article: The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) article contains numerous inaccuracies and errors in fact.  As Mr. Tobin wrote to the assistant general counsel of the […]

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Eli Global Founder, Greg E. Lindberg, Featured in Triangle Business Journal

Greg Lindberg was featured as the executive voice in a Q&A interview in the June 15, 2018 edition of Triangle Business Journal in the article “A Global Search for Talent and Great Ideas.” The journal provides a local source of business news, research, and events happening in the Triangle area. Lindberg, an investor in over […]

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Eli Global Founder Greg Lindberg Supports UNC Research on Vaccine Issues

The UNC School of Medicine announced a $50,000 donation to support research that may help determine the best time to inform parents about the value of vaccinating children. Greg Lindberg, the Chairman and Founder of Eli Global, is providing the necessary resources to advance current knowledge on this critical issue. “Investing in this important research […]

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Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma Receives $50,000 Grant from Eli Global Founder Greg Lindberg

The Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma announced today a $50,000 donation from Greg Lindberg, founder and CEO of Eli Global, a privately-owned federation of independent companies operating in 15 different sectors worldwide. The donation will enable the Food Bank to purchase an additional 250,000 pounds of fresh produce. Fresh food is necessary to maintain […]

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