Cherie Blair is well-known throughout the world not only because she is the wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair; she is popular in her own right, famous for her work as a barrister and for her efforts in promoting women’s rights through her organization, the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women.

Al Gore is well-known to be one of the most important people in history for being a politician, an environmental activist, a documentary show host, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, and more. Throughout his entire career, Al Gore has supported numerous organizations, participated in various organizational programs, and actively promoted the protection of our planet.

Maria Bello is most famous for her appearances on movies such as “Coyote Ugly,” “Permanent Midnight,” “Thank You for Smoking,” “A History of Violence,” “The Cooler,” “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor,” and “Payback.” She is also a mainstay in the hit drama series “ER” as Dr. Anna Del Amico. She is celebrated as a very talented actress and has won and been nominated for numerous awards during her career. Maria has an extensive experience in taking on wide range of roles and is named as one of the most talented actresses of her time.

Mark Pincus, with his company, the online gaming giant Zynga Network Games Incorporated, is the most popular maker of games on Facebook like Mafia Wars, CastleVille, and Farmville. Bloomberg news considered Pincus as the Godfather in the Silicon Valley version of Mafia Wars. In his words about the gaming network that he had created, “I was after this dream of starting an internet treasure. An internet treasure is a service that you can remember life before and you can’t imagine life without it.”

In pursuing the next big thing in Silicon Valley, anyone striving to make it big wants the approval of Reid Hoffman, the founder of LinkedIn and an angel investor to several start-ups like Facebook, Zynga, Airbnb, Flickr, Groupon, Digg and Shopkick. He also served as a former executive of Paypal and worked in the early 1990s at Apple Computers. Reid Hoffman has the characteristics of a great entrepreneur—a visionary who sees something that the rest of us tend to overlook.

Larry Page and Sergey Brin are the two Stanford Ph.D. students who developed the search engine, Google. They developed Google as a research project at Stanford University to improve the way people search for the information in the Internet. Google’s major earnings come from AdSense seen throughout the search engine and its other services such as Gmail, YouTube, Google Earth, and Google News.

Mark Cuban is an entrepreneur that never calls for time out, working 24/7 to run his businesses that include Dallas Mavericks, AXS TV, Landmark Theaters, and Magnolia Pictures. In his own words, “I look at a business as a sport and in football you play 60 minutes, basketball you play 48 minutes. In business its 24 by 7 by 365 and the world’s trying to kick your ass.”

Warren Buffett is the Chairman and CEO of “Berkshire Hathaway,” a multinational conglomerate holding company based in Omaha, Nebraska. Buffett has been called the “Oracle of Omaha” and “Sage of Nebraska.”

Once upon a time, neckties were boring and almost uniform. They were nothing but an arbitrary accessory to shapeless suits. Ties complete the look, but do little to improve it. Until a college drop-out got fed up, collected rags, sewn them together, and sold them as neckties. His ties were wider than the usual and had a different look about them. They were the first of its kind, unique, original.

Rupert Murdoch is the founder of “News Corporation,” the world’s second-largest media conglomerate which operates several news and media companies, such as Fox News, Fox Broadcasting Corporation, 20th Century Fox, Fox Group, The Wall Street Journal and Star TV. He started his global empire in Australia after graduating from Oxford with “The Adelaide News” and “The Australian.”

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