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"Yeah" personally I want to see and even read a great story about the earths hardest working people.... Not the the **** about the worlds most connected man, not about those rich **** snobs who have the gift of gab.... I mean the worlds hardest working people who will get down and dirty into the worst job conditions and have to slave away daily in back breaking labor for a little bit of cash on Friday.... And show us 10 of those people, you know the kind of guy/gal that never stops no matter how hard things get or how deep the **** gets....
Those are real people, not these people with giant ad campaigns who rake in the big bucks and leave a few dollars here and there so they don't have do everything themselves....
what happened to Sheldon Adelson and Steve Wynn, Casino moguls?
neither took taxpayer-subsidized government bailouts to stay in business and they employ, between all their casino's and other endeavors, approximately half-a-million people with high-paying jobs and awesome benefits.
neither is fond of this blithering idiot occupying the White House and his anti-business administration, so that's probably why they aren't mentioned.
Congrats to those who took these honors BUT -- does anyone else besides me notice anything about this list? Such as, they are all WHITE MEN? So what does that say about the opportunities for women to run these mega sized organizations? Glad the guys are doing a great job, but a little mix would go a long way.......just saying
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