Jahm Najafi said watching the Suns helped him learn English shortly after coming to the United States at 12 years old. Now, he’s an owner of the team. Jahm Najafi moved to the United States when he was 12 years old. He said his family moved to Phoenix because they knew someone here.
The game of celebrity beauty lines has dealt in a new player — Scarlett Johansson. Johansson is the latest in a string of celebrities slated to bring a beauty brand to market. It is the actress’ first play as an entrepreneur, and her unnamed line is expected to launch in early 2022.
NEW YORK — Phoenix Suns Vice Chairman and CEO of Najafi Companies Jahm Najafi has pledged a $10 million commitment to the NBA Foundation, it was announced today by NBA Foundation Executive Director Greg Taylor.
nspired by the racial justice protests of 2020, Jahm Najafi is ready to shed his normally low profile to make some headlines for his partnerships and philanthropy. In February, Najafi, a billionaire who runs the Phoenix-based investment firm Najafi Cos.
San Jose, CA Classic Vacations announced that a definitive purchase agreement has been signed by The Najafi Companies to acquire all the assets of Classic Vacations from Expedia Group effective April 2, 2021.
Originally published on Cision PHOENIX, March 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Mission Advancement Corp. (the “Company” or “MAC”) today announced that it closed its upsized initial public offering (“IPO”) of 34,500,000 units at $10.
Originally published on Cision PHOENIX, March 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Mission Advancement Corp. (the “Company” or “MAC”) today announced the pricing of its initial public offering (“IPO”) of 30,000,000 units at a price of $10.00 per unit.
The Najafi Companies, a private equity firm, has inked a “definitive agreement” to acquire Classic Vacations from Expedia Group on April 2, 2021, Classic Vacations said.
Originally published by Kori Hale, Forbes Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick is taking his talents to the public markets, alongside the NBA’s Phoenix Suns part owner Jahm Najafi with a social justice special purpose acquisition company (SPAC).
Originally published by Duane Rankin, AZ Central Phoenix Suns vice chairman and minority team owner, Jahm Najafi, has partnered with former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick in looking to raise up to $287 million through a special-purpose acquisition company with a social purpose in mind.