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Frederick W. Smith
How'd he get so rich? The founder, chairman and CEO of FedEx, Smith conceived of his overnight delivery service while at Yale. Despite his professor's derision, FedEx is today a $16 billion company, and Smith has a net worth in excess of $1 billion.
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