David Packard ( September 7, 1912 – March 26, 1996) was a cofounder of Hewlett-Packard. Born in Pueblo, Colorado, he received his B.A. from Stanford University in 1934. Afterwards he worked for the General Electric Company in Schenectady, New York. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Packard"
Dennis Hayes (born 1950) was the founder of Hayes Communications, a maker of modems mostly known for introducing the Hayes command set which has subsequently been used in most modems produced to this day. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dennis Hayes"
Dennis Anthony Tito (born August 8, 1940 in Queens, New York) is a United States multimillionaire who gained celebrity status by becoming the first space tourist to pay for his own ticket. Tito has a Bachelor of Science in Astronautics and Aeronautics from New York University, 1962 and he later received a Master of Science in Engineering Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York. He received an honorary doctorate of engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on 18 May, 2002 and is a former scientist of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. In 1972 he founded Wilshire Associates, a leading provider of investment management, consulting and technology services in Santa Monica, California, Tito serves an international clientele representing assets of $12.5 trillion. Wilshire relies on the field of quantitative analytics, which uses mathematical tools to analyze market risks - a methodology Tito is credited with helping to develop by applying the same techniques he used to determine a spacecraft's path at JPL. Despite a career change from aerospace engineering to investment management, Tito never lost his interest in, and commitment to, space exploration. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dennis Tito"
Dennis Washington, born in Spokane, Washington in 1934, is a Montana-based industrialist who owns, or owns controlling interest in, a large consortium of privately held companies collectively known as the Washington Companies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dennis Washington"
Dixie Carter is an American businesswoman, currently serving as president of the limited liability company TNA Entertainment. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, TNA Entertainment produces professional wrestling television programs and pay-per-views, and is the second largest professional wrestling promotion in the United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dixie Carter (TNA)"
Donald Breckenridge was founder and president of Breckenridge Hotels Corporation. In 43 years, he oversaw the building of 43 hotels in 11 US states, including the Breckenridge Pavilion, now the Pavilion Hotel, in St. Louis, Missouri. He was married to wife Diane for 35 years, had six children and 13 grandchildren and was very active in the St. Louis community: he was a board member of more than 30 civic organizations, including the Variety Club, the local Muscular Dystrophy Association and the St. Louis Visitors and Convention Commission. He died at the age of 73 on 30 November 2005, one year after being diagnosed with lung cancer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Donald Breckenridge"
Donald Wills Douglas, Sr. ( April 6, 1892 – February 1, 1981) was a U.S. aircraft industrialist. His most significant achievement was as founder of the Douglas Aircraft Company in 1921 (the company later merged into McDonnell Douglas Corporation). ...more on Wikipedia about "Donald Wills Douglas, Sr."
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Doug Dohring is owner of the Dohring Company, a marketing research firm based in Glendale, California. Some of the websites owned by the Dohring Company include OpinionSurveys.com, RestaurantSurveys.com, and SatisfactionSurveys.com. Previously, he has been the owner of Digital Lightwave for a very short period. In addition, he is the CEO of Neopets, buying a majority interest in the site from Adam Powell and Donna Williams. The site was sold to Viacom on June 20, 2005, for an undisclosed sum (estimated at $160,000,000.) ...more on Wikipedia about "Doug Dohring"
Drew Rosenhaus is among the best known American football sports agents. He owns the Miami-based sports agency, Rosenhaus Sports, and is known for aggressive representation of his NFL clients, often generating highly lucrative contracts for them, and recommending that they hold out from practicing or playing when his contractual terms are not met by NFL owners. He was the basis for the character "Bob Sugar" in the popular 1996 movie Jerry Maguire. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drew Rosenhaus"
Ed Rosenthal (born Bronx, New York, 1944) is a California horticulturist, author, publisher, and cannabis grower. He was arrested in 2002 for cultivation of marijuana by federal authorities, who do not recognize the authority of states to allow the use of medical marijuana. He was convicted in a controversial trial presided over by Federal District Court Judge Charles Breyer. Rosenthal attended Youngstown University in Ohio briefly. He has two children, Nick and Justine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ed Rosenthal"
Harrell Edmonds "Eddie" Chiles ( May 11, 1910 - August 22, 1993) was the founder of the Western Oil Company and an owner of the Texas Rangers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eddie Chiles"
Edward Francis Hutton ( September 7, 1875, New York City - July 11, 1962, Westbury, Long Island, New York) was an American financier and co-founder of E. F. Hutton & Co.. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edward Francis Hutton"
Edward John DeBartolo, Jr. (born November 6, 1946 in Youngstown, Ohio) is an American businessman who made a large fortune developing shopping malls as part of his father's ( Edward J. DeBartolo, Sr.) organization, but is probably better-known as the former owner of the five-time Super Bowl champion San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edward J. DeBartolo"
Eldridge R. Johnson co-created the Victor Talking Machine Company alongside Emile Berliner, a United States corporation, and built it into the leading American producer of phonographs and phonograph records and one of the leading phonograph companies in the world at the time. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eldridge R. Johnson"
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Elizabeth Arden ( December 31, 1878 - October 18, 1966) was a Canadian-born businesswoman who built a cosmetics empire in the United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elizabeth Arden"
Ellsworth Milton Statler ( October 26, 1863 - April 16 1928) was a U.S. hotel businessman born near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He built the first Statler hotel in 1898, in Buffalo, New York (it was the first hotel having a private bath and running water in every room). ...more on Wikipedia about "Ellsworth Milton Statler"
Erastus Fairbanks (born October 28, 1792 in Brimfield, Massachusetts; died 1864) was an American manufacturer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Erastus Fairbanks"
Eric Ober is a former President of CBS News from 1990–1996, and The Food Network from 1997–2000. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eric Ober"
F. Nelson Blount was president and founder of Blount Seafood Corporation, and as a millionaire collector of vintage steam locomotives and rail cars, he founded "Steamtown USA", whose collection is the basis of Steamtown National Historic Site. Blount died at the age of ?? on August 31, 1967 in a small airplane accident. ...more on Wikipedia about "F. Nelson Blount"
F. Ross Johnson OC (born 1931) is a Canadian businessman. ...more on Wikipedia about "F. Ross Johnson"
Feargus B. Squire ( 1850— 1932), co-founder of the Standard Oil Company and former mayor of Wickliffe, Ohio. In the Cleveland metropolitan area, Squire is best known as the builder of Squire's Castle in Willoughby Hills, Ohio. ...more on Wikipedia about "Feargus B. Squire"
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Floyd Zaiger ( 1926- ) is a biologist who is most noted for his work in fruit genetics. He also founded Zaiger's Genetics. ...more on Wikipedia about "Floyd Zaiger"
(Franklin A. Thomas) Principal occupation: Consultant, TFF Study Group, a nonprofit institution assisting development in South Africa, since 1996; Chairman, September 11 Fund since 2001. ...more on Wikipedia about "Franklin A. Thomas"
Fred De Luca is founder of the Subway sandwich shops. De Luca studied at the University of Bridgeport. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fred De Luca"
Frederick Christ "Fred" Trump ( October 11, 1905– June 25, 1999) was the father of the prolific Real Estate/Entertainment Magnate Donald Trump. He was a real estate developer who became rich with the building and operating of rental barracks in the New York City boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fred Trump"
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