Alan Sugar (AMSTRAD)
Albert Adrià (avant-garde chef and leading restaraunteur)
Andrew Carnegie
Anita Roddick
Michelle, Baroness Mone, OBE (entrepreneur, designer, and Parliamentarian)
Barbara Corcoran (investor, speaker, consultant, syndicated columnist, author, and television personality)
Bill Gates (founder of Microsoft – IQ of 180 and a perfect 1600 score on his SATs)
Bill Hewlett (Hewlett-Packard)
Charles Schwabb
Craig McCaw (telecoms visionary)
F W Woolworth
Tim Ferriss (entrepreneur)
Guy Hands (influential City banker)
Henry Ford
Howard Hughes
James Dyson
Ingvar Kamprad (founder, Ikea)
John T Chambers (Cisco Systems)
Daymond John (Shark Tank investor, founder of FUBU)
Nick Jones (restaurateur and leisure mogul)
Kevin O’Leary (businessman, investor, author, politician, TV personality)
William P. Lear (inventor and businessperson, founder of the Lear Jet Corporation)
Sahar Mansoor (social entrepreneur, environmentalist, founder of the Bengaluru based zero-waste social enterprise)
Lord McAlpine
Elon Musk (Note: this is rumour according to an ambiguous comment by his ex-wife)
David Neeleman, (founder of JetBlue airlines)
Vince Neil (Mötley Crüe lead singer, entrepreneur, and owner of vineyards, tattoo parlours and a luxury air charter service)
Lord Sainsbury
Nelson Rockefeller
Paul Orfalea (founder, Kinko’s)
Theo Paphitis (Dragon’s Den panelist, retail magnate, entrepreneur, and university Chancellor)
Chris Tiso (award winning outdoor clothing businessman)
Peter Stringfellow
Vince McMahon (Founder, WWE)
Jo Malone (entrepreneur, perfumier)
Richard Branson
Steve Jobs
Kerry Packer (publishing and broadcasting mogul)
Diane Swonk (Chief Economist and a Senior Vice-President at Bank One Corporation)
Tommy Hilfiger
Ted Turner (media proprietor)
Pete Waterman (music producer / mogul)
Marco Pierre White (chef and restauranteur)
William Wrigley Jr (chewing gum)
Zara Reid (businesswoman)
Ben Foss (creator of the Intel Reader)