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.
"Does success run in the family?" It ran away from my family! What does one consider success. I have two children, who are happily married and three grand children, who are my reason for living. I have absolutely no savings. Lost my 403b during the Bush years. What savings I had left after my retirement at age 65, went to pay hospital bills. I made the mistake of getting breast cancer after I retired. Those co-pays will wipe out your wallet in a hurry.
So my success is my family and my nursing career. My failure is, I have no money, for my children to "inherit." But that's all right because, they tell me they love me. They watch out for me. Who could ask, for anything more than that?
Yes I'm jealous , who ever said money don't buy happiness just look at their smiles..
Richard Branson A gift of Kindness to many.
LarryDanley Redding CA
Who cares that this people have money. They pay little taxes while we the hard working American
pay taxes out the kazoo if we make more than $100,000.00
Just irrates me crazy. And when they do donate, you never really hear those stories now do you?
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