Thursday, October 23, 2008

Greate Minds In Entrepreneur


Bill Gates The digital demagogue earned billions by anticipating the market's needs. Now, his philanthropic foundation is helping countless others across the globe.

Henry Ford founded Ford Motor Co. in 1903 when “horseless carriages” were available only to a wealthy few. Ford’s innovative vision helped produce the first reliable, affordable “automobile for the masses,” and spark a modern industrial revolution.

Mary Kay Ash Innovative, charismatic and contagiously optimistic, perhaps no woman has played a more important role in the advancement of women entrepreneurs than Mary Kay Ash.

Sam Walton Part P.T. Barnum, part Billy Graham, Sam Walton single-handedlybuilt Wal-Mart into the biggest retailer in the world, transformingthe way America shopped and making himself one of the world’srichest men in the process.

Phil Knight In 1993, the man whom The Sporting News voted “the most powerful person in sports” wasn’t an athlete, a manager or a team owner.

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