With new ideas about displaying his merchandise, Fred Lazarus Jr. created a retail empire under Federated Department Stores, Inc.
Henry Taub started offering payroll services in 1949 and has transformed that business into a worldwide entity offering automatic data processing services.
Halliburton is a multi-billion dollar oil business that has prospered with guidance from Erle Halliburton. The oil company has continued to thrive using profitable management tools.
Taking pictures hasn't always been so easy. Find out how Kodak founder George Eastman invented personal cameras and roll film to revolutionize photography.
Leonard Riggio turned a bookstore into a megastore when he bought Barnes and Noble and created an empire selling books.
He may have stumbled into broadcastings, but this risk really paid off for L. Lowry Mays when Clear Channel Communications took off.
Henry Ford structured his entire plan for a cheaper mode of transportation around the theory of mass production, and he got it right.
After working for Packard Bell, Max Palevsky Formed Scientific Data Systems and made significant contributions in computer science.
William Bernbach rose to success through public education and a gratefulness for opportunities granted to him. He gave back by hiring minority employees.
With Steve Ross in charge, Warner Communications and Time, Inc. came together in one of history's biggest mergers - Time-Warner. Read his success story here.