|Gurbaksh Singh Chahal|
Gurbaksh Chahal in 2012
|Born|| July 17, 1982 |
Tarn Taran Sahib, Punjab, India
|Residence||San Francisco, California|
|Known for||Founder of BlueLithium, RadiumOne, Gravity4|
Gurbaksh Singh Chahal (given birth to July 17, 1982) can be an Indian-American internet business owner. By age group 25, Chahal founded two advertising on the internet businesses, ClickAgents and BlueLithium. He’s also the creator of RadiumOne and Gravity4, also internet marketing technology companies. In 2014, Chahal pled guilty to costs of home violence electric battery and electric battery and was sentenced to three years’ probation. In 2016, he was sentenced to 1 year in prison for violating his probation; the phrase was remained pending appeal.
Chahal was created on July 17, 1982 in Tarn Taran Sahib, a town in India’s Punjab condition. At age group four he shifted with his family members to San Jose, California. Chahal lowered out of senior high school at age group sixteen to pursue a profession in Advertising on the internet.
Chahal’s first business was ClickAgents, an marketing network centered on performance-based marketing. In 2000, 2 yrs after Chahal began the business, ValueClick (today component of Alliance Data) paid 5.3 million of its stocks to get ClickAgents.In 2004, Chahal shaped BlueLithium. The business specific in behavioral concentrating on of banner marketing, an activity that tracks internet users' habits on the web to be able to display ads they are likely to click. In 2007, Yahoo! bought Blue Lithium for $300 million in money.In '09 2009, Chahal started RadiumOne, an internet ad company that centered on creating a fresh group of real-time marketing. After a local violence occurrence, Chahal was terminated as CEO of RadiumOne by the business's panel of directors on Apr 27, 2014.In July 2014, Chahal released his 4th technology company in internet marketing, named Gravity4. Following the Wisconsin Sikh temple capturing, Chahal founded the Chahal Base. The foundation was created to make awareness campaigns to avoid future hate offences, offer scholarships, support devastation relief initiatives, and improve institutions in third-world countries.
Domestic violence conviction
In August 2013, Chahal was charged from the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA District Attorney's Office with home violence. On Apr 16, 2014, Chahal pleaded guilty to 1 charge of home violence electric battery and one charge of electric battery, that he was sentenced to three years' probation, a 52-week home violence program, and 25 hours of community assistance.In 2016, after evidence emerged of another home violence incident, a court found he previously violated his probation and he was sentenced to 1 year in prison; the phrase was remained pending appeal.
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