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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C'mon MSN... Success isn't genetic... We (the regular people) already know that successful people are "well connected" people... Well connected to OTHER successful people, that is. It's "who you know" that matters in the course of being successful. This crap even exists in the middle and lower classes as well....Good qualified people can't even get city or state jobs nowadays... Those jobs are given to friends and family.
"how well they've done on their own"? really? you're good with that?
don't make me laugh any harder, pleeeease.
No matter how you much try you can't equal the playing field. Some are born to BillGates some are born to people who end up in prison. Life is not fair! Some have to work harder than others
Oh one more thing, some people are just dumber than the rest.
, 62, is a high school dropout who made billions (Net worth 4-billion) as the founder of the empire, which includes work in music and air and space travel.
His famous daughter (Holly Branson) posed for Cosmo and then went into medicine.
See Holly’s low budget wed affair:
Holly's Pimpin with Pippa:
Hey MSN, I just cut wasting my time in half.
Oh sure - none of these parents put a word in someone's ear. I see it every day in my own little world - who gets hired, promoted, failings overlooked, mistakes ignored. Some golf buddy's son or neighbor's niece. Who wouldn't try to curry favor with Martha Stewart when she casually mentions her daughter's doing this or that by opening doors.
I find the title of the article ridiculous.....really how hard is it to do well when one your parents or others have connections, money and power. Unknowns have to bust there rear ends to make it and this is nothing new.
Furthermore, if they don't succeed they for the most part have their families to fall back on. That is why the wealthy have stayed wealthy.
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