How Tony Petrello Went From Math To Law To The Oil And Gas Industry

Tony Petrello grew up in a lower income household in New Jersey. He knew his parents couldn’t pay for his college education so he set about making sure he would qualify for a full scholarship. He loved math so he decided to make that his focus and would spend hours each day solving problems far beyond his grade level. This dedication did pay off because Yale University gave him a full scholarship to pay all of his costs of earning a college education. He earned both his bachelor’s in mathematics there as well as a master’s degree.

It seemed that Tony Petrello’s course was set and he would continue his course in the world of mathematics. However, Tony Petrello veered off that course because he decided he would be better served with a law degree. He went on to attend Harvard University and after his law degree was secured he joined a very good law firm in New York City called Baker & McKenzie. He was highly successful as a lawyer and within a few years he was made a partner.

Just like veering from his path to mathematics, Tony Petrello also veered off the course of being a lawyer. Instead, the top executives of one of his clients, Nabors Industries out of Houston, Texas, made him an enticing offer to join their firm as one of their top executives. He accepted the job offer and soon moved from New York to Houston, Texas where Nabors Industries is headquartered. Tony Petrello Welcomes Tommy Tune Home To Houston

Tony Petrello was quick in grasping what it takes to succeed in the oil and natural gas industry. It wasn’t before long that his skills at leadership and strategy led to him being named not just the chief executive officer of this company but also its president and chairman of the board. His success has paid off monetarily very well. He once earned north of $25 million a year but some recent changes to compesation at Nabors Industries has reduced that. Still, in 2016 he earned a total compensation of $15.2 million of which about 1.08 million came from stock awards. Mathematics, Law, Business, and Charity: The Unique American Dream of Tony Petrello

The Event of Shopping at Roberto Santiago’s Mall

As with any place, there are many different kinds of customers. There are customers who visit a store frequently. They often come at least once a week. Then there are people who visit every once in a while which is once a month or less. There are plenty of reasons for the different frequencies of visit. One thing that can be said that can influence how much people visit is the event. If there is an event that is happening, then more people are going to visit the store. Events come in all sizes. It could be a performance or a new feature.


With Manaira Shopping, Roberto Santiago has made the mall an event for people who visit every time. It does not matter if they are the more frequent visitors or the monthly visitors. Either way, people are going to find something not only to enjoy, but to remember each time they go to the mall. They could go to Manaira Shopping just to hang out and go to a show, or they can explore and find some very unique products that they can enjoy for years to come. One thing about Manaira Shopping is that it is one of the ways that people can reinvent their lives.


As soon as someone steps into Manaira Shopping, they will find no reason to shop at any other mall. Even the malls that have a lot of what Manaira Shopping has will fall in comparison because they are lacking in other areas. For instance, while many malls do have movie theaters attached to them, it is not as common for the theaters attached to malls to offer a premium experience.


Another area where Manaira Shopping excels is the food court. While even the large malls have one food court, Manaira Shopping has more than one food court which has some of the healthier options to go along with the usual fast food options. Therefore, eating at a mall does not have to be a guilt inducing and fattening experience. People can buy some cute outfits and enjoy them without having to worry about outgrowing them within a day.