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AMAR BOSE
CHRISTY WALTON
BILLIONAIRES
GEORGE SOROS
LARRY PAGE
OPRAH WINFREY
WALTON FAMILY
SERGEY BRIN
ROMAN ABRAMOVICH
BARRON HILTON
BILL GATES
CARL BERG
CHARLIE MUNGER
STEVE JOBS
TED WAITT
VINOD KHOSLA
WARREN BUFFETT
MICHAEL BLOOMBERG
ALEXEI MORDASHOV
AMERICAN BILLIONAIRES
SAM WALTON
ABIGAIL JOHNSON
ALBERTO VILAR
ALEC GORES
ALEX SPANOS
ALICE WALTON
ANANDA KRISHNAN
ANDREW FORREST
ANIL AMBANI
ANNE COX CHAMBERS
ANTHONY PRITZKER
ANURAG DIKSHIT
ARTHUR BLANK
AZIM PREMJI
BARBARA COX ANTHONY
BARBARA PIASECKA JOHNSON
BARBARA DAVIS
BERNARD ARNAULT
BERNARD MARCUS
BERNARD OSHER
BOB MCNAIR
BREN
BRUCE KOVNER
BRUCE WASSERSTEIN
CARL ICAHN
CARL POHLAD
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Amar Bose

  1. Amar Bose is the founder of Bose Corporation and is known for his pioneering work in the field of acoustics. (Web site)
  2. Amar Bose was also a professor of electrical engineering at MIT for many years until he retired in 2000. (Web site)
  3. Amar Bose was interested in electronics right from his childhood and used to make small electrical toys to supplement his family’s income.

Christy Walton

  1. Christy Walton and Jim Walton tied for 17th with $15.9 billion each, while Alice Walton followed Rob Walton at $15.7 billion. (Web site)
  2. Her children, Jim, S. Robson and Alice, and Christy Walton, the widow of her son John, ranked in the bottom half of the top 10 this year. (Web site)
  3. New members of the billionaires' club include Christy Walton, 51, in 17th place, with a fortune of $15.9 billion.

Billionaires

  1. Billionaires are also known to seek out singular experiences that play into their other hobbies or interests.
  2. Billionaires are dime a dozen on Forbes rich list.
  3. Billionaires are flourishing in Mexico. (Web site)
  4. Billionaires are killed by the same unglamorous things that kill the rest of us: diseases such as cancer, heart attacks, kidney failure and others. (Web site)
  5. Billionaires are people who act intelligently. (Web site)

George Soros

  1. George Soros was born in 1930 in Budapest, Hungary and immigrated to England in 1947, at the age of 17. (Web site)
  2. George Soros is a very dangerous man. (Web site)
  3. George Soros is the son of the Esperantist writer Teodoro Schwartz. (Web site)

Larry Page

  1. Among the big winners were Google Inc.'s Sergey Brin and Larry Page, who made their first list appearance last year with $1 billion each. (Web site)
  2. Googlers Sergey Brin, Larry Page and Eric Schmidt are part of an exclusive club of top executives who drew $1 annual salaries last year. (Web site)
  3. Sergey Brin and Larry Page met at Stanford's storied computer science program.

Oprah Winfrey

  1. Oprah Winfrey was ranked #9 overall on the list of greatest Americans.
  2. Oprah Winfrey is also an influential book critic, an Academy Award-nominated actress, and a magazine publisher.
  3. Oprah Winfrey is also the president of Harpo Productions (Oprah spelled backwards).
  4. Oprah Winfrey is one of the best-known philanthropists in the States -- and rightly so, considering the €37m she doled out to charities last year.
  5. Oprah Winfrey is one of the best-known philanthropists in the States -- and rightly so, considering the -37m she doled out to charities last year.

Walton Family

  1. The site also features audio from Wal-Mart employees in a video about the contrast between Wal-Mart---s low wages and the Walton family---s wealth.
  2. Such is the case for the Walton family (numbers 10 through 14 on the Forbes list.) Wal-Mart is the largest private employer in the world. (Web site)
  3. No. 2 on the list is the Walton family, heirs of Sam Walton, founder of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (Web site)

Sergey Brin

  1. Sergey Brin and Larry Page gained about $13 million a day over the last two years, according to Forbes. (Web site)
  2. Larry Page and Sergey Brin are, in Silicon Valley terms, of a different generation than Andreessen, Yang, and Filo.
  3. Googlers Sergey Brin, Larry Page and Eric Schmidt are part of an exclusive club of top executives who drew $1 annual salaries last year. (Web site)

Roman Abramovich

  1. Roman Abramovich is the richest Russian, and the 11th richest man in the world, with an estimated fortune of $18.2 billion. (Web site)

Barron Hilton

  1. Barron Hilton was very interested in making gambling a part of the Hilton empire. (Web site)
  2. Barron Hilton is a hero. (Web site)
  3. Barron Hilton is a wise man.

Bill Gates

  1. Bill Gates is the world's richest man for the 12th year running.
  2. Bill Gates is a recognized name and face throughout the world and now those recognitions may be more evenly distributed. (Web site)
  3. Bill Gates is a repeat visitor to the Mnemba Island Lodge off the coast of Zanzibar, which lies in the midst of a marine reserve. (Web site)
  4. Bill Gates is a very smart man. (Web site)
  5. Bill Gates is also a fan.

Carl Berg

  1. Self-made billionaire Carl Berg was a loan processor before investing in Silicon Valley commercial real estate with John Sobrato in the 1960s. (Web site)
  2. Carl Berg, 70, $1.5 billion, real estate 317. (Web site)

Charlie Munger

  1. Billionaires Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger say the pain many financial institutions are feeling because of the credit crunch is well deserved.
  2. Charlie Munger, who runs Wesco Financial, is the famed right-hand man of Warren Buffett. (Web site)
  3. This May 6, 2007, file photo, shows Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, following a news conference in Omaha, Neb.

Steve Jobs

  1. Steve Jobs is the CEO of Apple, which he co-founded in 1976.
  2. Steve Jobs is a man who inspires superlatives.
  3. Steve Jobs is also a devoted Beatles fan.
  4. Steve Jobs was a college dropout when he teamed up with Steve Wozniak in 1976 to sell personal computers assembled in Jobs' garage.

Ted Waitt

  1. Ted Waitt is the co-founder of Gateway, Inc.
  2. Ted Waitt is the founder and CEO of Avalon.
  3. Ted Waitt was born in Sioux City, Iowa, into a family that had been in the cattle business for four generations.
  4. Ted Waitt was co-founder and former chairman and CEO of Gateway, Inc.

Vinod Khosla

  1. Vinod Khosla is an Indian American venture capitalist who is considered one of the most successful and influential personalities in Silicon Valley. (Web site)
  2. Vinod Khosla is an epitome of Indian success story at Silicon Valley.
  3. Vinod Khosla was a founding CEO of Sun Microsystems and is a general partner of the prominent venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
  4. Vinod Khosla was a founding CEO of Sun Microsystems and is a general partner of the prominent venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. (Web site)
  5. Vinod Khosla was a founding CEO of Sun Microsystems and is a successful general partner of the venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers .

Warren Buffett

  1. Warren Buffett is the nation's most generous billionaire, according to a new ranking by Cond-- Nast's Portfolio Magazine. (Web site)
  2. Warren Buffett is the face of the company and Charlie Munger stays mainly in the shadows.
  3. Warren Buffett is a value investor.
  4. Warren Buffett is an array of paradoxes. (Web site)
  5. Warren Buffett is one of the few people with the patience and determination to remember the lessons and make them work.

Michael Bloomberg

  1. Michael Bloomberg is a VERY respectable man, in word and in action.
  2. Michael Bloomberg is a male dwarf hamster.
  3. Michael Bloomberg is a member of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.
  4. Michael Bloomberg is the best bargain money can't buy.
  5. Michael Bloomberg: A reported $100 million gift to alma mater Johns Hopkins included cash for its stem-cell institute.

Alexei Mordashov

  1. Alexei Mordashov 21 billion Son of mill worker parents, Mordashov studied economics in Leningrad in mid-1980s.
  2. When Freddie Shepherd talked of finding a ---Geordie Abramovich--- he could well have been talking about Alexei Mordashov. (Web site)

American Billionaires

  1. The ranking of American billionaires as estimated by Forbes magazine, listed by state.
  2. More than 50 American billionaires have received government farm handouts in recent years from a program created to help struggling small farmers survive.
  3. Note carefully that prior to 1986 the number of American billionaires had averaged around 13.

Sam Walton

  1. Sam Walton was a leader not a follower.
  2. Sam Walton was a man who took chances, never said never, and kept on fighting the odds.
  3. Sam Walton was born in Kingfisher, Oklahoma, graduating from the University of Missouri with an economics degree in 1940. (Web site)
  4. Sam Walton was frequently recognized for his business success and his commitment to the community. (Web site)

Abigail Johnson

  1. From the 2006 annual list of 400 richest Americans Abigail Johnson ranks 16th with $13 billion.
  2. Abigail Johnson, whose family controls Fidelity Investments, the world's largest mutual-fund company, was No. (Web site)

Alberto Vilar

  1. Alberto Vilar is a Cuban billionaire investor and philanthropist, particularly known as a patron of opera. (Web site)
  2. Alberto Vilar is to be congratulated not only on his generosity, but on opening up a debate which needs to take place. (Web site)

Alec Gores

  1. Alec Gores is an American billionaire who made his fortune through leveraged buyouts of technology firms. (Web site)

Alex Spanos

  1. Through every page, the infectious enthusiasm of Alex Spanos springs to life, uplifting those around him and those who celebrate his success and happiness. (Web site)
  2. Team owner Alex Spanos didn't go from selling sandwiches to migrant workers to billionaire real estate magnate by giving away favors.
  3. Alex Spanos, an immigrant's son, lives the American dream. (Web site)

Alice Walton

  1. Alice Walton is also an active benefactor of the Crystal Bridges museum, which Alice Walton founded.
  2. Alice Walton is the daughter of the late Helen Walton and the late Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton. (Web site)
  3. Alice Walton: The only daughter of Sam and Helen Walton, Alice Louise Walton, 56, is also the youngest of the Walton children. (Web site)

Ananda Krishnan

  1. Ananda Krishnan is also the wealthiest person with a Tamil background ahead of Shiv Nadar, who is the 10th richest man in India.
  2. Ananda Krishnan is also the wealthiest person with tamil background ahead of Shiv Nadar, which is the 10th richest man in India.

Andrew Forrest

  1. Just as well, then, that Andrew Forrest professed not to care for the title of Australia's richest man.
  2. Andrew Forrest and Kerr Neilson in fifth and sixth places have both had meteoric rises over the past twelve months.
  3. Forbes magazine lists Australia's richest person as mining entrepreneur Andrew Forrest, officially overtaking media and gambling tycoon James Packer.

Anil Ambani

  1. Anil Ambani was the biggest gainer globally, with his wealth soaring by $23.8b since last year. (Web site)
  2. Anil Ambani is an India [i]n businessman.

Anne Cox Chambers

  1. Anne Cox Chambers (born December 1, 1919) is a billionaire media proprietor.
  2. With her sister Anne Cox Chambers she inherited via a trust ownership and control of her father-s company, now called Cox Enterprises.

Anthony Pritzker

  1. Anthony Pritzker, 46, $2.7 billion, hotels, investments 149.
  2. Anthony Pritzker (born c1961) is an heir to the Hyatt Hotel fortune. (Web site)

Anurag Dikshit

  1. Online gambling firm, Party Gaming's Anurag Dikshit is the third Indian on the list, with 1.6 billion dollar of wealth. (Web site)
  2. Very little is known about Anurag Dikshit, the 33-year-old computer whizzkid who created the technology behind online poker.

Arthur Blank

  1. Arthur Blank was born on September 27, 1942 and grew up in Flushing , New York with his father, Max, his mother, Molly, and his older brother, Michael.

Azim Premji

  1. Azim Premji is the man behind Wipro. (Web site)

Barbara Cox Anthony

  1. Barbara Cox Anthony (born 1923) is the second and youngest daughter of James M. Cox, a Democratic Governor of Ohio, newspaper publisher and broadcaster.
  2. Barbara Cox Anthony has mostly derived her wealth from Cox Enterprises, one of the largest diversified media companies in the U-S. (Web site)
  3. For thirty-three years she co-owned the family company with her sister, Barbara Cox Anthony, who died in May 2007. (Web site)

Barbara Piasecka Johnson

  1. Barbara Piasecka Johnson is the desire to give of her fortune and of herself to others. (Web site)

Barbara Davis

  1. Barbara Davis and family, 76, $2.5, inheritance, oil 292.
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Bernard Arnault

  1. Bernard Arnault is a French [i] businessman.

Bernard Marcus

  1. Bernard Marcus (born 1929 in Newark, New Jersey) is a co-founder of Home Depot and philanthropist.
  2. The legacy of Bernard Marcus, who runs an American DIY chain, will be the world's largest fish tank, almost 10 times the size of the London Aquarium.
  3. Two donors just becoming prominent are Home Depot co-founders Bernard Marcus and Arthur Blank, worth billions between them.

Bernard Osher

  1. Bernard Osher is a former banker who has a passion for the arts, fly-fishing, and, in his eighth decade, is taking weekly piano lessons.

Bob Mcnair

  1. This one's easy: Santa gives Bob McNair the money back that he (needlessly, preventably .
  2. Bob McNair also indicated that they were drafting with thought of how could then beat the Colts.
  3. Leo and Mason want to have a poll on this blog that allows you to pick Bob McNair or Bud Adams as your favorite owner.

Bren

  1. Bren is the sixth wealthiest real estate billionaire and the 122nd richest man in the world.
  2. Bren is the son of--Hollywood--producer--Milton Bren--and his wife, civic leader--Marion (Newbert) Bren.

Bruce Kovner

  1. Bruce Kovner grew up in the San Fernando Valley, where his father had moved the family in 1953.
  2. Bruce Kovner's family came to Brooklyn, New York, in the early 1900s from Tsarist Russia, fleeing persecution for their Communist beliefs.
  3. Bruce Kovner, 62, $3.5 billion, hedge funds 91. (Web site)

Bruce Wasserstein

  1. Lazard paid Bruce Wasserstein $41 million for 2007 and, on the same day, gave him a new five-year deal worth about another $100 million.
  2. Bruce Wasserstein is getting rich off our seniors.
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Carl Icahn

  1. Carl Icahn - the predator Carl Icahn is self-described "corporate raider".
  2. Carl Icahn is a bad boy that won’t play nice with others.
  3. Carl Icahn is a well known investor and businessman that has amassed a great fortune from buying and selling major companies.

Carl Pohlad

  1. Twins owner Carl Pohlad is worth about $2.3 billion.
  2. Edina is home to a few billionaires, most notably Richard-M--Schulze and Carl Pohlad.
  3. One of the more evil figures in sports, billionaire Minnesota Twins owner Carl Pohlad has truly mastered the skill of moneygrubbing. (Web site)

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