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How'd he get so rich? Leveraged buyout king Bonderman runs Texas Pacific Group, the private equity powerhouse that has made major investments in J. Crew, Neiman Marcus, Burger King, Bally's, Continental Airlines, and TXU. A graduate of Harvard Law School, Bonderman apprenticed under two legendary investors: Robert Bass and Richard Rainwater. TPG today has more than $50 billion under management, and Bonderman has a net worth estimated to be about $1 billion.
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