Bruce Levenson, the American businessman, Forbes billionaire and philanthropist was born on October 1st 1949 and is currently 66 years of age. He is well known for being the co-owner of the Atlanta Hawks LLC which was formerly known as the Atlanta Spirit LLC. This group operates both the Philips Arena and the Atlanta Hawks basketball team. Bruce Levenson was also apart of the NBA Board of Governors since 2004 where he served as the Governor of the Hawks.
The United Communications Group (UCG) was co-founded by Bruce Levenson alongside Mr Ed. Peskowitz in 1977 and is the reason for his business success. Bruce Levenson has been with the United Communications Group for 27 years now and is still involved in the acquisition efforts of the firm as well as business strategies that drive the company forward.
Before his involvement with the United Communications Group (UCG) Bruce Levenson was a writer and wrote for the Observer as well as the Washington Star publications. Another prominent position that Bruce Levenson has taken up is as the president of the “I Have a Dream Foundation” which is based in Washington DC. Philanthropic endeavors are Bruce Levenson’s passion and is therefore heavily involved in various charities.
Bruce Levenson’s received his Law Degree from the American University in Washington and his bachelor of arts degree from the Washington University. Bruce worked hard all the way through collage and completed his law degree whilst attending night classes and during the day pursued his journalism career at the Washington Star.
The company United Communications Group is based out of Gaithersburg, Maryland and was started in the basement of Levenson’s apartment at the time. The company specializes in business information such as data, news and healthcare, mortgage, banking, technology and energy analysis. For more info about Bruce Levenson, visit Time.com.