Arthur Becker has proven himself to have the touch of King Midas when it comes to the technology industry. He seems to have a unique finesse for knowing when and where to invest his money to make it multiply several-fold. With the fortune he amassed in the world of technology, he ventured to try his hand in real estate. The skills and knowledge of financial investing that has served him well thus far in the technology industry, seems to be having the same effect as he delves in to a whole new venture.
Arthur Becker has not only made a name for himself as an investor in the tech industry, but is fast becoming a known as a smart deep-pocket financial collaborator of several prestigious New York real estate developer moguls. As a result of his keen real estate investment sense, he has managed to acquire properties in the most coveted upscale neighborhoods in the city of New York, reveals NY Mag.
According to a report by therealdeal.com, he managed to finagle ownership of three of the four recently erected 6500 square foot, four story townhouses on Sullivan Street located in the prestigious Soho district of New York. This resulted from a very smart investment arrangement with Madison Equities and Property Markets Group. The return expected to be gained from that venture has further enabled his ability snd desire to expand his real estate holdings in the future.
He co-founded the investment firm Atlantic Investors, L.L.C. as part of Clear Blue Technologies, Inc. which appears to serve as a conduit to invest in other companies. According to RCA, “Becker has deployed more than five hundred million dollars through his Atlantic Investors, L.L.C.” company to financially back his various real estate and tech collaborations.
Arthur Becker is a man about his business. He has founded and co-founded business entities. He also sits as Chairman of the Board, or is the Director of many other financially lucrative businesses where his role has proven to be an integral part of their successes. It is not fully known publicly precisely all that he has entwined himself with, but you can bet that whatever it is, he is making an even greater fortune.
In 2002, Becker became the CEO of NaviSite, a subsidiary of Time Warner Cable Company. NaviSite specializes in cloud service management, web hosting, and application development. He served as the president and board member of this company for eight years. Brooks Borcherding succeeded him in 2010. However, Becker retained his position as a member of the board of directors. He started working at ZINIO LLC in 2012 and retired in 2015. ZINIO LLC is a company that deals in digital publishing of magazines. Before his retirement, Becker facilitated the launch of a program known as ZINIO PRO that aids magazine publishers in creating branded applications.