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Franz Mayer

Franz Mayer Traumann, better known as Franz Mayer was a German-Mexican financier, photographer and collector, and the founder of the Franz Mayer Museum in Mexico City.

Karl Maylander

Karl Maylander was a Jewish businessman and art collector who was deported from Vienna to Lodz, in German-occupied Poland, by the Nazis during the Second World War and later died in the Holocaust. Maylander was an art collector and critic who was ...

Antonio de la Maza

Antonio de la Maza was a Dominican businessman based in Santo Domingo. He was an opponent of Rafael Trujillo, and was one of the principal conspirators in the assassination of the aforementioned dictator which took place on May 30, 1961. De la Ma ...

Mario Mazzola

Mario Mazzola is the Former Senior Vice President and current Chief Development Officer at Cisco Systems, Inc. He began working for Cisco Systems in 1993. He is a graduate of the University of Bologna.

John McAdam (businessman)

John McAdam is a technology executive. McAdam holds a B.Sc. in computer science from the University of Glasgow, Scotland. From January 1995 until August 1999, he served as the president and chief operating officer of Sequent Computer Systems, a m ...

Thomas McCloskey

Thomas D. McCloskey was a Philadelphia construction magnate. He became the president of McCloskey & Company, Builders, in 1961 when his father, former Democratic National Treasurer Matthew H. McCloskey, was appointed U.S. Ambassador to Ireland.

Timothy S. McCune

Timothy S. McCune is an American businessman and former journalist known primarily as former president of Integrated Wave Technologies, Inc., and current president of Linear Integrated Systems, Inc. McCune in 2004 became president of Integrated W ...

Stephen McGowan

Stephen McGowan is the former Chief Financial Officer of Sun Microsystems. He retired from this position in June 2006. McGowan attended Northeastern University where he earned a B.S. in finance, followed by an MBA from Loyola University Chicago. ...

John McGrath (entrepreneur)

John McGrath is an Australian entrepreneur in the real estate industry. McGrath is the founder of McGrath Estate Agents, a real estate company in Australia. The company was listed on the ASX beginning in 2015, with McGrath retaining 27% share of ...

Ross McInnes

McInnes was born on March 8, 1954, in Kolkata, India, to Australian parents. His family settled in Paris in 1965. McInnes went to school at the Lycee Janson de Sailly, graduating in 1972 with a French Baccalaureate. He then studied PPE Politics, ...

Archibald Angus McLeod

Archibald Angus McLeod was an American financier and railroad executive. His first railroad job was as a rodman surveyors assistant with the Northern Pacific Railroad. He later worked his way up the ranks of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad ...

Paul Menzel

Paul Menzel is a U.S. actor, writer, producer, and business consultant in Houston, Texas. He began his career by organizing a comedy troupe while a student at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota. After graduation, he was performer and write ...

Margaret Milan

Margaret Milan is an accomplished Scottish-French businesswoman who founded the successful French educational toy mail order business Eveil & Jeux. A graduate of the University of Warwick and Harvard Business School and executive of Procter & Gam ...

Mike Milinkovich

Mike Milinkovich is the first, and still current Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation Inc., a member-based, not-for-profit, corporation supporting the Eclipse open source community and its commercial ecosystem. Milinkovich has been involv ...

David Milne-Watson

Sir David Milne-Watson was a Scottish industrialist who served as managing director of the Gas Light and Coke Company between 1916 and 1945, and president of the National Gas Council of Great Britain and Ireland from 1919 to 1943.

Marcelino Miyares Sotolongo

Marcelino Miyares Sotolongo (born 1937 is a Cuban-American marketing executive and the current President of the Christian Democratic Party of Cuba, the largest political party in Cuba other than the Communist Party of Cuba. Miyares became the Pre ...

Robert Moffat (businessman)

Robert "Bob" Moffat was a senior executive at IBM, the senior vice president of its systems and technology group, and "widely considered" a candidate to be its next CEO. He graduated from Union College in Schenectady, New York. In October 2009, h ...

Hugh Moore (businessman)

Moore was a founding member of the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies in 1940 and chairman of the executive committee of the US League of Nations Association from 1940 to 1943. In 1944, Moore founded the Hugh Moore Fund for Internat ...

Carlos Mouriño

Manuel Carlos Mouriño Atanes is a Spanish-Mexican businessman and president of the Spanish football club Celta de Vigo. He is the father of the former Mexican Secretary of the Interior the late Juan Camilo Mouriño.

Edward Mueller

Mueller attended the University of Missouri - Rolla for a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering and Washington University in St. Louis for a Master of Business Administration. In 2000, he became President and Chief Executive Officer CEO of Amerit ...

Leo Mullin

Leo Mullin is an American executive and philanthropist who has served as CEO and Chairman of Delta Air Lines along with several other large corporations. Mullin was born in Maynard, Massachusetts where his father was the Maynard High School princ ...

John Mwirichia

John G. M. Mwirichia is a Kenyan politician and businessman. John Mwirichia began involvement in politics in 1992 during the struggle of multiparty democracy in Kenya and was in the forefront of the then Ford party to ensure that Kenya did not re ...

George Myers (hotelier)

Myers was born in Jamaica, where his family was in the hotel business. As a child, he worked in family-owned Miranda Lodge in Montego Bay. He worked in London as a management trainee at the Westbury Hotel before moving to the Bahamas in 1963.

Masahisa Naitoh

Masahisa Naitoh was a director of DuPont from January 2000 to April 2008. Naitoh is chairman and CEO of The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan. He previously served as vice chairman, executive vice president, senior managing director and adviso ...

Jean-Luc Naret

Jean-Luc Naret was Directeur General of the Michelin Guide, a famous annual publication featuring a three-star rating of international gourmet restaurants, between 2003 and December 2010. Naret was previously Vice President of Operations for Aga ...

Miguel Nasur

Miguel Nasur Allel is a Chilean-Palestinian businessman and the owner of the Santiago-based Chilean Primera Division team Santiago Morning. He bought the club to become a major shareholder for an undisclosed amount in 2005 after Demetrio Marinaki ...

Monty Newborn

Monroe "Monty" Newborn, chairman of the computer chess committee for the Association of Computing Machines, was a professor of electrical engineering in Columbia University, and is now a professor of computer science at McGill University in Montr ...

Peter Nicholl

He joined the Reserve Bank of New Zealand where he worked for 22 years. He was chief economist for five years and deputy governor and deputy chief executive from 1990 to 1995. In 1995, he became an executive director on the World Bank board repre ...

Tod Nielsen

Tod Nielsen is the President and CEO of FinancialForce, a enterprise resource planning company. Formerly of Salesforce, Heroku, Microsoft, Crossgain, BEA, Oracle Corporation, Borland and VMware. Nielsen attended Central Washington University, whe ...

Richard Notebaert

Richard C. Notebaert is the former Chairman and CEO of Qwest, Tellabs and Ameritech. He was credited for saving Qwest from bankruptcy, and making Ameritech the most successful "Baby Bell". Notebaert is a member of the board of directors of Aon Co ...

Jasandra Nyker

Jasandra Nyker is the chief executive officer of BioTherm Energy. Nyker has a bachelors degree in Business Science from the University of Cape Town and an MBA from the London Business School, where she was a Merrill Lynch scholar.

Pedro Ocharte

Originally from Rouen in France, Ocharte came to the City of Mexico in New Spain around 1549. He married Maria de Figueroa, the daughter of printer Juan Pablos, and in 1563 took over the operation of Pabloss press. In 1572, Ocharte was imprisoned ...

Rosemary Odinga

Rosemary Odinga is an entrepreneur, an advocate for alternative agriculture and proponent of social equality from Kenya. She is known for being the only snail farmer in East Africa.

Romulo O'Farrill

Romulo OFarrill II was a Mexican multi-millionaire businessman. His father, Romulo OFarrill, founded the Novedades newspaper and owned the first commercial TV station XHTV, Canal 4 through his company Television de Mexico. With engineer Guillermo ...

Andrew C. Oliver

Andrew C. Oliver is a former board member of the Open Source Initiative, the founder of the Apache POI project, and former member of the Apache Software Foundation. Mr. Oliver was one of the developers of JBoss and an entrepreneur. Former JBoss V ...

Peter Oppenheimer

Peter Oppenheimer is the former senior vice president and Chief Financial Officer of Apple Inc and has been a member of the board of directors of Goldman Sachs since 2014. Oppenheimer spent 18 years at Apple, reporting directly to CEO Tim Cook an ...

Flemming Ørnskov

Flemming Ornskov is a Danish businessman. He is the chief executive officer of Galderma and has previously been the CEO of Shire plc, a FTSE 100 speciality biopharmaceutical company since 30 April 2013, succeeding Angus Russell. He previously wor ...

Ramiro Ortiz

Ramiro Ortiz Mayorga is a Nicaraguan businessman. He heads Grupo Promerica, one of the main corporate groups of Nicaragua. He was the former owner of Palcasa, a firm, that replaces jungle areas with palm oil plants. and is among the wealthiest me ...

David E. Orton

David E. Orton is an American engineering executive and the CEO of GEO Semiconductor Inc. Orton earned a BS in mathematics and economics at Wake Forest University, and a MS in electrical engineering from Duke University. He worked in the graphics ...

Adam Ostrow

Adam Ostrow is an American businessman, writer and speaker who currently serves as the Chief Digital Officer at TEGNA Inc. Before joining TEGNA, Ostrow was Chief Strategy Officer at Mashable. He was hired by Pete Cashmore as online news site Mash ...

Janea Padilha

Janea Padilha is a beautician, entrepreneur and author, best known for popularizing Brazilian bikini waxing. In 2010, she released the book Brazilian Sexy, co-authored with Martha Frankel. She co-operates the J. Sisters salon in New York City, fa ...

Pan Zhengmin

Pan Zhengmin is a Chinese entrepreneur, the co-founder of Shenzhen AAC Technologies, an electronic components company.

Carlos Panini

Carlos Panini was a wealthy Mexican businessman of Italian origin, from Mosio di Acquanegra sul Chiese in the province of Mantova in Lombardia region. He is credited with being the first pilot to fly a light plane around the world. In 1927 he had ...

Gil Penchina

Gil Penchina is an American business manager. He was formerly the CEO of Wikia Inc., and the vice president and general manager, international at eBay. He is a 1997 alumnus of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and the Un ...

Alejo Peralta

Alejo Peralta y Diaz Cevallos founded the Mexico City Tigers baseball team in 1955. He was a well-known businessman at the time.

Frank J. Petrilli

Frank J. Petrilli was the interim chief executive officer of E-Trade and served as Chairman of the companys board of directors from January 2012 through May 2013. Before that he was CEO of Surge Trading, Inc. and previously served as President an ...

Joseph Petro

Joseph Petro is the Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Citigroup Security and Investigative Services. He is also co-chairman of the United States Department of States Overseas Security Advisory Council. He also served for 23 years ...

Joseph Newton Pew

Joseph N. Pew was born in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, to John Pew and Nancy Glenn. He worked on the familys farm as a child. Pew attended public schools in Mercer and graduated from Edinboro Normal School 1866. Pew taught school for two years an ...

Lawrence S. Phillips

Phillips was born to a Jewish family, the son of Madelyn nee Shapiro and Seymour Phillips. His great-grandfather, Moses Phillips, was the founder of the family business selling t-shirts out of a cart to coal miners in Pottsville, Pennsylvania; th ...

Michael Phillips (consultant)

Michael Phillips is a published author of eleven books and a founder of the Briarpatch Network. As a banker in 1967 he organized Mastercard. Phillips was president of the Point Foundation in 1973 ; Writing for the CoEvolution Quarterly in 1976 he ...