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How'd he get so rich? Ormond was the founder, chairman and CEO of HCR Manor Care, the largest long-term care company in the U.S., which was bought by the Carlyle Group in late 2007 for $6.3 billion. Ormond, who received his MBA from Stanford, continues to lead the company, which has a network of more than 500 nursing homes, assisted living facilities, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, hospice and home care agencies, and approximately 60,000 employees.
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