Michael Dell & Larry Page

Michael Saul Dell (born February 23, 1965) is an American business magnate and the founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Dell Inc. Lawrence Larry Page (born March 26, 1973) is an American computer scientist and internet entrepreneur who, with Sergey Brin, is best known as the co-founder of Google. 5.0/5

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Out of Forbes 500 Billionairs, 15 are those who have made their billion from Tech Startups.. Some of them are: Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, Larry Page, Sergy Brin, Larry Page, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeffrey Skoll (eBay), Reid Hoffman (LinkedIn), Michael Dell and more.. And as per estimates, if Technology is properly and optimally utilized, then this is just a scratch on the surface...
Bill Gates, Michael Dell, Steve Jobs, Larry Page and Sergey Brin are all examples of entrepreneurs who launched small businesses and with passion and perseverance grew their small businesses into multi billion dollar corporations.
ALL BIG COMPANIES WERE ONCE SMALL COMPANIES 1939: Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) was started in a garage in Palo Alto, CA in 1939. 1975: On April 4, 1975 Bill Gates and Paul Allen, childhood friends, formed a partnership in Albuquerque, New Mexico - Allen suggested they call it Microsoft. 1976: Apple was started by Steve Jobs in a bedroom in Cupertino, California in 1976. 1984: Dell (Nasdaq: DELL) was started by Michael Dell in a dorm room at The University of Texas in 1984. 1998: Google was started in September 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in Susan Wojcicki's garage on Santa Margarita Ave., Menlo Park, Calif. They rented the garage for $1,700.00 pm. Today Susan is Senior vice president of advertising at Google. Her sister, Anne, is married to Brin. They are now separated.
The Notorious richest 400 Americans.. randomly wiki'ing alot of these names you get the business owners.. you get alot of daddy was an oil tycoon.. so I'm an oil tycoon. Bankers who were sons of bankers and so on. Alot of these ppl are in oil.. but many more are bankers and majority shareholders of America's most goliath corporations. But many of the entrepreneurs on here.. the business owners.. the inventors.. you'll find many did not go to college.. much like the daddy's of tycoons.. many of them didn't go to college either.. this didn't surprise me much. Heres the list.. some are great people.. some are genuises.. and some just need to get shot in the face. 1 Bill Gates 2 Warren Buffett 3 Larry Ellison 4 Christy Walton 5 Charles Koch 6 David Koch 7 Jim Walton 8 Alice Walton 9 S. Robson Walton 10 Michael Bloomberg 11 Larry Page 12 Sergey Brin 13 Sheldon Adelson 14 George Soros 15 Michael Dell 16 Steve Ballmer 17 Paul Allen 18 Jeff Bezos 19 Anne Cox Chambers 20 John Paulson 21 Donald Bren 22 Abigail Jo . ...
Bill Gates richest tech czar, Premji tops in India :- America's technology sector remained a driving force for the world's billionaires, led by Microsoft's Bill Gates and other familiar names, a Forbes survey showed on Monday. Gates, the world's second richest individual on the Forbes list, saw his fortune rise by some $6 billion to $67 billion, but the magazine attributed this to his private equity and other holdings, not to Microsoft. That allowed Gates to widen his lead among tech billionaires over Oracle founder Larry Ellison, with a net worth of $43 billion -- making him number five overall on the Forbes list. Amazon's Jeff Bezos, number 19 overall on the list, was third in the tech sector with holdings valued at $25.2 billion. Google's chief executive Larry Page and co-founder Sergei Brin were close behind with $23 billion and $22.8 billion, respectively. Despite his company's woes, Dell founder Michael Dell held a fortune worth $15.3 billion, making him the sixth wealthiest tech billionaire. Micro ...
What do Steve Jobs,Michael Dell, Pixar's Ed Catmull, Sergey Brin, and Larry Page, Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos all have in common?
Do democrats know what it's like to have had a hard time? Let's see... from Forbes "Top 15 Richest People in America". Democrate - Bill Gates $56 billion, Warren Buffett $50 billion, Lawrence Ellison $39.5 billion, Jim Walton $20.1 billion, Alice Walton $20 billion, S. Robson Walton $20 billion, Larry Page (Google) $15 billion, Sergey Brin (Google) $15, billion, George Soros $14.2 billion, Mark Zuckerberg $13.5 billion, Dustin Moskovitz $2.7 billion, Sean Parker $1.6 billion, Peter Thiel $1.6 billion, Yuri Milner $1 billion, Eduardo Saverin $1.6 billion. Independents - Michael Bloomberg $18 billion. Republicans - Charles Koch $21.5 billion, David Koch $21.5 billion, Sheldon Adelson $20.5 billion, Michael Dell $14 billion. First of all hm I thought it was the republicans that were the rich ones. Second - it gives a little insight into why the Democrats never raised taxes on the wealthy when they had the White House, the House and the Senate.
.** One of the most interesting back stories of the modern computing and IT industry is how many of its pioneers were college dropouts. Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, for example, both left Harvard in mid-term, and one of Gates's proudest boasts is that he was responsible for persuading Steve Ballmer (now Microsoft's CEO) to drop out of Stanford. The list continues with Larry Ellison, founder of Oracle and Michael Dell, founder of the computer firm that bears his name. And although Google's co-founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, did graduate, they both dropped out of their PhD programmes. This rather runs against the conventional narrative – that an expensive college education and a good degree are essential prerequisites for success. **.
Dedication I dedicate this project to Bill Gate [Windows and Office]; to Larry Page and Sergey Brin [Google]; to Jimmy Wales [Wikipedia]; to William Hewlett and Dave Packard [HP]; to Michael Dell [Dell]; . . and to a few others in this line of work; this report is a reproduction of information, and in this they duly helped.
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