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How Sam Bankman-Fried Made A Record Fortune In The Crypto Frenzy And Became The World's Richest 29-Year-Old
 
How Sam Bankman-Fried Made A Record Fortune In The Crypto Frenzy And Became The World's Richest 29-Year-Old
 
FTX cofounder Sam Bankman-Fried amassed $22.5 billion before turning 30 by profiting off the cryptocurrency boom. His cryptocurrency exchange, FTX, which enables traders to buy and sell digital assets such as bitcoin and Ethereum, raised $900 million from the likes of Coinbase Ventures and SoftBank in July at an $18 billion valuation. In 2021, Bankman-Fried debuted at No. 32 on the Forbes 400.
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'We Can Control Our Own Destiny': John Zimmer Shares Lyft's Vision For The Company's Future And $1 Trillion Market Opportunity
 
'We Can Control Our Own Destiny': John Zimmer Shares Lyft's Vision For The Company's Future And $1 Trillion Market Opportunity
 
After achieving profitability in August, ridesharing giant Lyft set its sights on becoming a "transportation network," which it says presents a $1 trillion opportunity. Cofounder John Zimmer shares what's next for the company and how it plans to break free of Uber's shadow.
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How Linda Alvarado Went From Manual Labor To Becoming One Of America's Richest Self-Made Women
 
How Linda Alvarado Went From Manual Labor To Becoming One Of America's Richest Self-Made Women
 
Denver tycoon Linda Alvarado defied convention to crash the gates of construction, fast food and Major League Baseball. It's a long way from her family's two-room adobe house without indoor plumbing. Check out her entrepreneurial journey.
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