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  1. By George: Investing The Soros Way

    Soros turned an original seed funding of $12 million into $20 billion by the first ...
  2. The Top 3 Women-Owned Businesses in Phoenix

    Learn about several of the top companies owned by women in the Phoenix metro area, ...
  3. The Top 3 Women-Owned Businesses in Dallas

    Read about three of the top companies in Dallas owned and operated by women, and ...
  4. The Top 3 Women-Owned Businesses in Seattle

    Read about several of the top companies in Seattle owned by women, and learn more ...
  5. The Top 3 Women-Owned Businesses in Austin, Texas

    Read about several of the most successful women-owned businesses headquartered in ...
  6. The Top 5 Women-Owned Businesses in Portland

    Read about five of the top Portland-based companies owned by women, and learn how ...
  1. PayPal Vs. Venmo: Function versus Fun (PYPL, ...

    PayPal and Venmo are both great services depending on what the customer wants.
  2. 5 CEOs Who Returned to Save the Day (AAPL, GOOG)

    Instead of toying with trial and error, many struggling companies have adopted a ...
  3. Oprah Takes a Big Bet With Weight Watchers (WTW)

    Does "The Oprah Effect" still work, and can Winfrey reinvigorate a brand that's been ...
  4. A CEO as U.S. President: What's the Disconnect? ...

    Can business leaders effectively lead the country's highest office? Next year may ...
  5. How Peter Thiel Became a Superstar

    A review of the career of legendary Silicon Valley entrepreneur and investor Peter ...
  6. The Most Successful Corporations In The U.S.

    These five iconic American brands epitomize corporate success.
  1. How are Rupert Murdoch's holdings distributed?

    Learn more about Rupert Murdoch's holdings and how he built his media empire around the world. Find out which popular brands ...
  2. How did Bernard Baruch attain his wealth?

    Learn how Bernard Baruch made his fortune, what advice he gave to aspiring market speculators and what makes him different ...
  3. Why was Bernard Baruch known as the "Park Bench Statesman?"

    Learn about the original "Lone Wolf of Wall Street," Bernard Baruch, a millionaire at 30 who influenced presidents but conducted ...
  4. How did Nathan Rothschild become a stock exchange speculator?

    Tycoon mastermind Nathan Mayer Rothschild was a crisis creation artist. How exactly does one bring a nation's economy to ...
  1. Members Of Congress With The Highest Net Worth

    Members of Congress make much more than the average American citizen. Here are the ...
  2. 5 Businesses That Started During A Recession

    These companies found success despite being started during economic downturns.
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