- Elsevier CEO Using Unique Data Sets And Analytic Processes To Maintain
- Ron Mobed, the CEO of the scientific, technical and medical information business Elsevier, is a long term thinker in a digital first environment – a space that isn't generally known for extensive and deep consideration.
- Local religious center hosts diverse groups with Interfaith Café
- Among those present was Maneck Bhujwala, who serves as mobed, or priest, for the California Zoroastrian Center in Westminster. “It breaks down the wall of ignorance that most of us have,” Bhujwala said. “We could all do with reading more international ...
- The Zoroastrian priestesses of Iran
- Daily services are held in the fire temple and a ceremony hall, where the Council of the Mobeds (Zoroastrian priests) meets. Founded by the Prophet Zoroaster around 3,500 years ago, the religion claims around 190,000 followers.
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