Arun Sarin (born October 21, 1954) is the Chief Executive of the British based global mobile telecommunications company Vodafone Group Plc. He is originally from India, has United States citizenship, and is presently based in the United Kingdom. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arun Sarin"
Audrey A. McNiff is the Managing Director and co-head of Currency Sales at Goldman Sachs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Audrey A. McNiff"
Mining magnate August Paulsen was born in Denmark on July 29, 1871. In 1896 he bought shares in the Hercules Mine in Idaho. On September 15, 1902, Paulsen married Myrtle White of Colfax, Washington. In 1908, Paulsen commissioned the architectural firm of Dow and Hubbell to design the eleven-story Paulsen Building in Spokane, Washington. ...more on Wikipedia about "August Paulsen"
Barbara Ann Cassani ( July 22 1960) is an American businesswoman. She is the founder of budget airline Go Fly and was the first leader of London's bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics. ...more on Wikipedia about "Barbara Cassani"
Barron Hilton (born October 23, 1927) is an American heir and chairman of the Hilton Hotel chain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Barron Hilton"
Benjamin Franklin Goodrich ( 1841- 1888) was an American industrialist in the rubber industry. ...more on Wikipedia about "Benjamin Goodrich"
Benjamin Guggenheim ( October 26, 1865 – April 15, 1912) was an American businessman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Benjamin Guggenheim"
Bernard Klein is a businessman in Hollywood, Florida. He was a Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate election, 2004, although his fundraising and polling numbers lagged far behind rivals Betty Castor, Peter Deutsch, and Alex Penelas. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bernard Klein"
Bernard Marcus (born 1929 in Newark, New Jersey) is a co-founder of Home Depot. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bernard Marcus"
Billie Sol Estes (b. 1924, Abilene, Texas) is a scandal-ridden Texas-based financier best known for his association with US President Lyndon B. Johnson and for accusing Johnson with a variety of crimes, including the assassination of John F. Kennedy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Billie Sol Estes"
Robert D. Haas is the Chairman of Levi Strauss & Co. and the great-great-grandnephew of the company's founder, Levi Strauss. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bob Haas"
J. Brian Whitworth was born in Birmingham, Alabama and attended the University of Alabama undergraduate school (1954-1958) and its law school (1959-1961). After graduation he began work with Phillips Petroleum of Bartlesville, Oklahoma (now ConocoPhillips) rising to become Executive Vice President & General Counsel - Government Relations & Human Resources in charge of its legal and administrative headquarters executives. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brian Whitworth"
Bruce Wasserstein (born 1948 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American writer and businessman. He is a graduate of Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School, and is currently the CEO of Lazard LLC. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bruce Wasserstein"
Candido Giacuzzi ( 1903 - 1986) was an Italian immigrant to the United States of America. He is sometimes claimed to be the co-inventor of the Jacuzzi whirlpool bath ** ; other sites including the Jacuzzi corporate web site instead credit Roy Jacuzzi with the invention. ...more on Wikipedia about "Candido Jacuzzi"
Carolyn Kepcher (born in 1968 in Westchester County, New York) is the Chief Operating Officer and General Manager for the Trump National Golf Club and best known for her regular appearance on the NBC television program The Apprentice. On the program, she monitors the progress of the contestants and assists Donald Trump in determining who should be "fired." ...more on Wikipedia about "Carolyn Kepcher"
Garry Betty is the current President and CEO of Earthlink, a large American internet service provider. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles (Garry) Betty"
Charles Black was a California businessman, who was born on March 6, 1919 in Oakland, California. He was married to the actress and diplomat Shirley Temple Black from 1950 until his death from myelodysplastic syndrome on 4 August 2005, aged 86. They had a son Charlie Black and a daughter Lori Black. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles Alden Black"
Charles Butt (born about 1940) is a third-generation grocer who took over his family's San Antonio-based H-E-B supermarket chain in 1971. The privately-held company now more than 300 stores and $11 billion in sales. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles Butt"
Charles Koppelman (born March 30, 1940, in The Bronx, New York City, New York) is the chairman of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, and Martha Stewart's right-hand man on NBC's The Apprentice: Martha Stewart (fall 2005). Koppelman had previously been CEO of EMI Music. On The Apprentice: Martha Stewart, he holds an unlit cigar because a few years prior to the show he had given up smoking cigars but still enjoyed chewing them (he liked the tobacco taste). Now however Koppelman no longer smokes nor chews cigars. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles Koppelman"
Charles W. Nash ( January 28, 1864 - June 6, 1948) was a United States automobile entrepreneur. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles W. Nash"
Charlotte Beers (born July 26, 1935 in Beaumont, Texas) is an American businesswoman and former Undersecretary of State. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charlotte Beers"
Clarence J Gamble married to Sarah Merry Bradley-Gamble, was the heir of the Procter and Gamble soap company fortune. He was a Birth Control Advocate and founded Pathfinder International ...more on Wikipedia about "Clarence Gamble"
Conrad Nicholson Hilton, Jr. ( July 6, 1926 – February 5, 1969), known as "Nicky", was an American heir of the Hilton Hotel chain, a business executive and TWA director. ...more on Wikipedia about "Conrad Hilton, Jr."
David Adams (born March 11, 1971) is the owner of OSNews, a computing news web site focusing on operating systems. He also founded Akopia, maker of the open source Interchange software. He formerly worked as head of Red Hat's ecommerce and webserver engineering effort. He was a co-founder of ICentral, a pioneering ecommerce software maker, and Aardvark Cycles, an early e-retailer. He recently founded http://www.MoBits.com, the first mobile-only web design house in USA. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Adams"
David G. Mugar is a businessman and philanthropist from New England. He is CEO and chairman of Mugar Enterprises, Inc. ...more on Wikipedia about "David G. Mugar"
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