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April Rudin makes waves in wealth management

An analytics company which since 2009 has helped run over 1,000 B2B and B2C influencer programs for some of the largest brands in the world,…

Denise Coates, the best paid female executive in the world

Denise Coates is a British billionaire businesswoman, the founder and chief executive of Bet365, an online gambling business dynasty worth £5…

PepsiCo's Indra Nooyi, leaves her CEO crown this fall

PepsiCo CEO and Chairman Indra Nooyi, among the world's most prominent female business leaders, will step down after 12 years leading the…

Stacey Cunningham makes history as NYSE's first female president

A woman who began her career as a floor clerk on the NYSE trading floor in 1996 will lead the 226-year-old organisation for…

Meg Whitman one of the most prominent female executives in the world

Margaret “Meg" Whitman is the CEO of NewTV, a Los Angeles media start-up founded by Jeffrey Katzenberg which plans to make…

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LEGENDARY INVESTORS

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One of the world’s most successful mutual-fund managers John Templeton’s name will forever be associated with diversified mutual funds. In 1954, he entered the mutual fund market and created the Templeton Growth. In 1999, Money Magazine called him "arguably the greatest global stock picker of the century."
 

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Philip Fisher specialised in innovative companies driven by research and development. He practiced long-term investing, and strove to buy great companies at reasonable prices. His book Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits, a guide to investing that has remained in print ever since it was first published in 1958.  

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Walter Schloss started as a humble runner on Wall Street before learning his skills under Ben Graham, the "father” of value investing. Schloss's track record as an investor was phenomenal averaging 21.3% per annum over 28 years. 

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Wilson earned a fortune in the stock market as the founding partner of a hedge fund firm, Wilson & Associates, that specialised in short-selling. By 2000 he was worth an estimated $800 million. He donating about $600 million to causes that included environmental conservation.

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John Templeton (1912 – 2008) was a British investor, banker and fund manager

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Philip Arthur Fisher (1907 –2004) was an American stock investor best known as the author of Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits

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Walter Schloss (1916 – 2012) was an American investor and fund manager

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Robert W. Wilson (1926 – 2013) was a hedge fund manager and art collector