Ross Perot did more than run for president; he also founded Electronic Data Systems, a multi-billion dollar company that gave him great success.
Oscar F. Mayer turned around the meatpacking industry when created Oscar Mayer and Company with lots of hard work and dedication.
As the man responsible for live news programs such as CNN and stations like the cartoon network, Robert Turner has revolutionized the television experience.
Joseph Pew is a great example of a determined and business-minded individual who worked his way to success in the oil industry.
Department stores wouldn't be what they are today if it weren't for Marshall Field and his inventive ideas for the retail industry.
The inventor of the gyrocompass and father of modern navigation technology, Elmer Sperry made the U.S. military more reliable with his skillful tools of navigation.
William Hearst, owner of several media outlets including newspapers, magazines, radio stations, and film studios, possessed the resourcefulness to grow his empire.
Stanley Allyn was never content with the status quo and always had his eye on foreign market opportunities. He multiplied NCR's revenues rapidly.
From selling ice to selling Coca Cola, Robert Woodruff was destined to bring the Coca-Cola Company into the international spotlight.
Terence Adderley has gained much experience through the years leading to his success from serving on the Board of Directors for several influential companies.