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Joe E. Taylor
How'd he get so rich? Becoming CEO before the age of 25, Taylor expanded Southland Log Homes into the world's largest producer of precut log homes before selling to private equity company Arcapita in 2004. Today, while he remains on the board of Southland, his primary activity is as a venture capitalist, where he tries to attract information- and technology-based businesses to build in his home state of South Carolina.
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