Forbes has obsessively tracked the wealth of Americaas richest people for the past 33 years. Following the money has led us to some remarkable stories of strivers, iconoclasts and innovators. Visionaries like Chuck Feeney, aThe Billionaire Who Is Trying To Go Broke, a and larger-than-life personalities like party-loving billionaire Stewart Rahr, the self-professed aNumber One King Of All Fun.a Herein youall discover how Oprah Winfrey went from well-paid daytime talk show host to the worldas first female black billionaire. Youall also find out about multibillion-dollar marketing juggernaut Nikeas humble origins; cofounder Phil Knight started it all hawking shoes out of his car trunk at track meets. And youall meet Donald Trumpas real apprentices: his son and daughter, who help him run his real estate empire. Each year The Forbes 400 helps bring to light what Americaas richest people have done to amass their considerable fortunes. It serves as a great proxy for the state of business in America. If you want to know how the world works, a good place to start is at the top.Rahr keeps an ever-growing list of celebrities, journalists, politicians and fellow billionaires up to speedon his adventures through massive email blasts, often signed aStewie RahRah Number OneKing of All Fun.a Mark Cuban tells Forbesanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Forbes 400 Book: Tales Of The Richest People In America Since 1982|
|Author||:||Rebecca Tapio, Jennifer Eum, Miguel Morales|
|Publisher||:||Forbes Media - 2014-09-29|