“If you want to buy clothes, you have to go to the department store,” said Richard J. Pate, the founder of Pate & Johnson and chairman of the board of the International Academy of Arts and Sciences.
“That’s how we found the next billionaire.”
The idea of the new class of billionaires is to tap into the vast riches that are being created by technology, the economy and the entertainment industry.
A century ago, people could buy books, watch movies and read books at bookstores.
In recent decades, people have moved away from the physical bookstore to the Internet, which has opened up a vast new market for books.
But the vast majority of new books are sold online.
In addition to books, Pate said, he and other authors want to expand into film and music, as well as other categories.
The class of billionaire is different from other billionaires in that the billionaires are not billionaires.
They are entrepreneurs who believe that the best way to make money is to start companies.
They have created the most successful businesses in the history of the world, Pates said.
“They are the real millionaires,” he said.
The new billionaire is not a billionaire just because he has created a company.
It is because of that company that he or she is worth so much.
The term billionaire comes from the fact that the name has become synonymous with wealth and success.
Pates and other writers believe the next billionaire will be someone who is very different than the one before.
“There are two billionaires that we think are going to be the next Billionaires,” Pate wrote in a column for The Hollywood Reporter.
“The first is Steve Jobs, the first person to bring the concept of the smartphone to mass consumption and the first to sell the idea of a computer.
“If this sounds like a lot of money, that’s because it is,” Pates wrote. “
“I know that you will be surprised by the amount of money that Warren Buffett has amassed over his career. “
If this sounds like a lot of money, that’s because it is,” Pates wrote.
“I know that you will be surprised by the amount of money that Warren Buffett has amassed over his career.
He has amassed more than $50 billion in net worth.
And he will spend that wealth on something that will help the world.”
The next billionaires will be a new class that is not only the first, but the only class of billionaires, said Robert H. Reich, the chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley.
“We need the next century to have a billionaires in this new class,” Reich said.
A new class, the “billionaire class,” is an emerging phenomenon that is making its way into the media, academia and entertainment industries.
The first billionaire, John D. Rockefeller Jr., founded a small steel company and bought the New York Post in 1913.
He built a personal fortune of about $4 billion by purchasing many newspapers and magazines and selling them on a stock exchange.
Rockefeller’s business empire expanded exponentially after he died in 1933, becoming the richest man in the world.
The next billionaire to rise to prominence is Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook founder and a billionaire of Facebook and other social media companies.
Zuckerberg founded Facebook in 2009.
His company is valued at about $50.2 billion.
In 2010, Zuckerberg said his business empire has grown from $100 million to $250 billion.
Zuckerberg and his friends believe the future of their businesses will depend on the new billionaires.
“This is the future,” Zuckerberg said at a Bloomberg conference.
“One billion is a lot.
But I believe it’s going to happen.”
The first billionaire to emerge is Richard Gere, who is worth about $2.8 billion and runs the television network “Good Morning America.”
Gere was born in 1939 in California and was raised by his mother.
In college, Gere graduated from Harvard Law School, then moved to Los Angeles.
In 1972, he joined CBS as a correspondent.
Gere’s career spanned three decades, beginning in 1987 when he became the first black anchor in CBS television history.
In 1992, he moved to CNN.
In 2005, he took over the NBC News network.
Gergens success is being replicated by his wife, Jennifer Gere.
He recently married fellow NBC News anchor Bob Greenblatt.
The couple is worth more than a combined $7.7 billion.
Jennifer Gerges fortune is estimated at $1.5 trillion.
She and Gere have a net worth of about more than four times their combined incomes.
The Geres are also the first billionaires to have their own TV network.
In January, Gergen was awarded the prestigious Golden Globe for his role in “American Horror Story: Coven.”
The Emmy-nominated film earned $17 million at the box office and grossed $10.7 million in tickets sold.
Gores success is also being replicated in the entertainment