The world's wealthiest are prospering. As of February 2017, there were about 2,000 billionaires in the world. This micro-elite controls over US$7.6 trillion, an increase of 18 percent from 2016. A billionaire's spending power is difficult to grasp, both because most people do not correctly intuit large numbers, and because a billion dollars far outstrips most people's experience.
Silicon Valley venture capitalist, author and speaker Guy Kawasakiknows what can make or break a company. In the mid 1980s and again in the early 1990s, he worked with the late Steve Jobs at Apple to market the original Macintosh computer and grow the company's fanbase. After that, he worked for several other tech companies and
Warren Buffett is quite possibly the greatest investor of all time. For decades, the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway — nicknamed the "Oracle of Omaha" — has shown his ability to read Wall Street like a book. He has a net worth of nearly $82 billion, according to Forbes, making him one of the richest people
Getting an education isn't the only benefit to attending school — it also provides the opportunity to meet new people, build upon key social skills and learn valuable lessons for later in life. And that's exactly what the first female CEO of a major U.S. stock exchange operator learned when she attended an all-girls school,