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Here are the top business minds of the pandemic: Image
One year after the WHO declared the Covid-19 outbreak a global pandemic on March 11, the “new normal” is a reality that has affected nearly every aspect of our daily lives
Forbes profiled these leaders and pioneers over the course of this remarkable year. Below is a sample of those who reinvented the world when we needed it most
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.@Forbes publicó su listado de multimillonarios y los 6 nombres peruanos se mantienen: Carlos Rodríguez-Pastor de Intercorp sigue siendo el más rico del Perú con una fortuna de US$4.100 millones (US$1.400 mlls. más que 2018) y salta 806 puestos al lugar 478 #ForbesBillionaires Image
El segundo lugar lo ocupa Vito Rodriguez Rodriguez, del Grupo Gloria, con un patrimonio de US$1.600 mlls. Bajó del puesto 1.284 al lugar 1.425 y perdió US$300 mlls. el último año.
Su hermano, Jorge Rodriguez Rodriguez, posee US$1.300 mlls. según Forbes (US$200 mlls. menos que 2018) y es el quinto en la lista peruana, empatado con el minero Eduardo Hochschild, que perdió US$100 millones en un año. Ambos caen al puesto 1.717 en la lista mundial.
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Mukesh Ambani
He's the 13th richest person in the World in 2019 and India's Richest.

Not many of us have heard about him.

He's someone you need to be aware of
He is deemed to be India’s first internet tycoon.

A few of us in this end of the world know about his tech company "Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited" or simply known as Jio, only found I 2010 but has build massive clout

Get a glimpse of his ambitions…
Jio has over 280 million customers by offering free domestic voice calls, dirt-cheap data services and virtually free smartphones.
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Over the past year, I’ve spoken with 20+ billionaires, from @BillGates to @WarrenBuffett, about America's future. Those insights to turned in the cover essay for the @Forbes Billionaires issue, “Reimagining Capitalism”. The major takeaways……
a) Have to go back to 1960s, maybe even 1930s, since primacy of capitalism so questioned – only about half of Americans have positive image, with “socialism” on the rise – especially among Millennials/Gen Z
b) As @SteveCase told me: “This has been brewing for years, accelerating in the last few months and again in the last few weeks." Hedge fund legend Paul Tudor Jones adds: “We’re at a crossroads, with massive social fissures.”
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