Schwartzman made BlackRock as well as himself. Some say Schwartzman's personal wealth has exceeded US$3 billion. Schwartzman was named in Fortune magazine's list of the 31 most powerful people of 2006. Because he controls some of the hottest companies on Wall Street, Fortune magazine has dubbed him "the leading man of the new generation on Wall Street".
Jack Dorsey, one of the founders of Twitter. Jack Dorsey, Evan Williams and Biz Stone founded Twitter in 2006. Before that, he was a programmer. He was able to see an unnoticed business opportunity in the numerous communication methods such as blog, instant messaging system, e-mail, mobile phone SMS, which reflected his talent.
Joe Tus is one of the world's ten most influential network figures in 2004, and the winner of the Morgan Stanley Global Business Leader Award in 2004.
History interestingly divides one's career into two parts. In the first half, the man was a lifeguard and also a professional baseball player; In the second half, he devoted himself to the IT industry, rescued Wang An Computer from bankruptcy, and appointed EMC when the Internet foam burst.
Jimmy Donald Wales is one of the founders of Wikipedia. He is now the honorary chairman of the council of the Wikimedia Foundation and owns a for-profit company called Wikia (which has no direct relationship with Wikipedia). In May 2006, Wales was selected by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people.
Larry Page (March 26, 1973), one of the founders of the search engine Google, is now the product CEO of Google. On Forbes' 2007 list of the richest Americans, Page and Sergey Brin ranked fifth, with total assets of US $18.5 billion.
Paul Otellini (1950.10.12-2017.10.2), male, was born in San Francisco, USA. He is the president and CEO of Intel, the world's largest semiconductor chip manufacturer.
He officially joined Intel in 1974 and became the fifth CEO of Intel in 2005. On November 19, 2012, Intel announced that its president and CEO Paul Otellini had decided to retire at the company's annual general meeting in May 2013, when he would resign from his managerial position and directorship.
On October 2, 2017, Intel announced that former CEO Paul Otellini died in his sleep at the age of 66.