Famous families of business icons
Does success run in the family? See what the family members of these leaders of their industries have done on their own.
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Apple Computers did absolutely nothing to help any working American.
All of their electronic devises are manufactured in China.
Their Retail store pay 11.25 an hour although they make huge profits.
This dude was an a$$ and life was all about him.
I'd like to date ole Bloomberg's daughter, I'm sure she would like a date with a guy like me. I'm broke, so she could be my shinning knight in armour, which would make her feel useful in her world of the dollar. I could teach her how to live without having money all the time, so if she ever became like one of us, she would have some living skills.
I think it is their own business what they do with there money, only wish I had some of it LOL.
well of course most of the people associated with these people are "successful". They had a rich diving board to spring off of so to speak. If I had $$ to back anything I wanted I'd be successful too! What an assinine article!
All offspring of rich people these days can afford college; working joes can barely pay for it & are saddled with student loan debt for the rest of their lives. HOW ARE THEY SUPPOSED TO BE SUCCESSFUL WITH THAT KIND OF DEBT?!
ey any of those rich guys send me some money to open a big church
I would be happy with any additional funds, then maybe I could take one day off, please send my way if your in the giving mood, Proud of all of you for your accomplishments.
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