Mukesh Ambani tops list of world's richest
Mukesh Ambani tops list of world's richest sports team owners Moneycontrol.comMumbai Indians have won the IPL on three occasions -- 2013, 2015 and 2017.
Posted on 17 March 2019 | 12:00 am
The Microsoft Myth: We shouldn't assume more
The Microsoft Myth: We shouldn't assume more antitrust will give us more tech innovation - AEI American Enterprise InstituteView related *content*: Economics, Pethokoukis, Technology and Innovation. Sen. Elizabeth Warren argues that if Washington breaks up Big Tech — and more ...
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Who Should You Hire to Up Your Innovation
Who Should You Hire to Up Your Innovation Game? Inc.We need to focus far less on specific skills and "types" and far more on getting people with diverse skills, backgrounds and perspectives to work together ...
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MongoDB "open-source" Server Side
MongoDB "open-source" Server Side Public License rejected ZDNetRed Hat won't use MongoDB in Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Fedora thanks to MongoDB's new Server Side Public License.
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How Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Fueled a
How Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Fueled a Humble Comeback FortuneMicrosoft CEO Satya Nadella has led the software giant in a successful revival based on the Azure cloud *service*.
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Resolved Question: Should Bill Gates step
Posted on 6 February 2014 | 2:23 am
Open Question: Are they super human?
Why are Jewish people the richest in the world? I was wondering do they really have a superior brain than others by born?
Larry Ellison ($41 billion)
Zuckerberg ($9.4 billion)
Sheryl Sandberg ($1.6 billion)
Larry Page ($20 billion)
Sergey Brin ($20.3 billion)
Michael Bloomberg ($25 billion)
Steven Ballmer ($15.7 billion)
George Soros ($14 billion)
the name keeps on going, i can at least write 40 more.... your views>
Posted on 6 November 2012 | 7:21 am
Resolved Question: How religious are the
I'm trying to figure out the relationship between religious belief/affiliation and economic success. I know that the two religious groups in the US with the highest average income and wealth are Jews and Episcopalians (a "mainline" Protestant Christian denomination - same as the Anglican or Church of England - I guess most "WASPs" are Episcopal. Interestingly, they make up about 2% of the US population, about the same as Jews.
But "Jews" can mean a lot of different things. It's first and foremost an ethnic group with its own religion. But you don't have to believe in the religion to be a Jew. From what I understand, most American Jews are not religious and don't belong to a Jewish synagogue or temple (they're "unaffiliated" Jews). The rest belong to one of the three main "branches" (denominations) of Judaism: the next biggest group belong to the most liberal branch of Judaism: Reform Judaism. Then there are the Conservative Jews, who are more traditional than Reform Jews, and finally the smallest group of Jews (and the most traditional/conservative) are the Orthodox, but they are the most visible because they wear traditional clothing (from 18th century Poland, actually, not ancient Israel, oddly enough).
I only know of one super-rich Jewish family who are Orthodox - and that is the Bronfmans of Canada.
My question is about the rest of the super-rich or highly influential Jewish people... do they tend to be unaffiliated, or Reform, or Conservative? I suspect most are one of these, but it would be interesting to know for sure.
What is the religious affiliation (if any) of the following people?
George Soros (OK, I know this one - he's secular and unaffiliated)
Lawrence (Larry) Ellison
Lawrence (Larry) Page
Mark Zuckerberg babiie gurll - wrong thread, and hey, you asked my opinion! It's nothing personal - I don't even know you. Go ahead - become an addict - with your attitude, I don't care! By the way, my mother really suffered those last two years with cancer, but I guess you think you'll be forever young, right? OK then. Do whatever you want. The advertisements make it look so cool, so I guess it must be.
Posted on 24 January 2011 | 5:23 pm
Resolved Question: 2 economic concepts that
If anyone knows any economic concepts that helped him achieve success please let me know. If you could also explain why I would greatly appreciate it. I was thinking how he ended up rich by replacing Microsft's employee stock options program and was wondering if this in an economic concpet. If so, what specifically is the economic concpet, and any details to help me write a paper.
Posted on 21 September 2010 | 10:13 am
Resolved Question: Why do billionaires tend
The vast majority of billionaires in the US supported Obama and are democrats.
Bill and Melinda Gates $53 billion, Supported Obama, Democrats
Warren Buffett $47 billion, Supported Obama, Democrat
Eli Broad $5.9 billion, Supported Obama, Democrats http://journals.democraticunderground.com/madfloridian/6459
John Doerr, $1.7 billion, Supported Obama, Democrat http://venturebeat.com/2009/02/06/obama-appoints-john-doerr-to-economic-advisory-board
Gerry Lenfest, Supported Obama, Sestak, Democrat
John Morgridge, $1.6 billion. Supported Obama, Democrat
Paul Allen $13.5 billion, Supported Obama, Democrat
Laura and John Arnold, $4 billion, Supported Obama, Democrat
Michael Bloomberg, $18 billion. Supported Obama, Democrat
Michele Chan, $5 billion. Supported Obama, Democrat
Barry Diller, $1.2 billion. Supported Obama, Democrat -
.Why are democrats the party of billionaires? more than 75% of US billionaires are democrats. Go list all of the 500 or so at Forbes...go for it. You'll see most of them are democrats. The truth is hard to digest, I understand my liberal friends. more billionaire democrats:
: Arthur Blank....Warren Buffett....Barry Diller....Michael Eisner....David Geffen....Charles Gifford....Jeffrey Katzenberg....Norman Lear....Penny Pritzker....Goerge Soros....Steven Spielberg....Steve Tisch...Oprah Winfrey, Jeff Greene,
Charles Ergen, Vance K. Opperman, Daniel Abraham, Robert F.X. Sillerman, George Lucas, Alice Walton, Sumner Redstone, William Barron Hilton, Eric Schmidt, William Randolph Hearst III, Marc Benioff, Anthony Pritzker, Ray Milton Dolby, Charles Schwab, Robert Kraft, Gordon P. Getty II, Oprah Winfrey, Steven Ballmer, Ralph Lauren, Jeff Bezos, Henry Samueli.
Posted on 28 August 2010 | 7:48 am