Mr Big

Fisher, Daniel
March 2006
Forbes Asia;3/13/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p24
The article features Charles Koch, chief of Koch Industries. He decided to acquire Georgia-Pacific, a timber and paper company in Atlanta, Georgia in December 2005 and became the largest privately held company in the world. He started his career working for Arthur D. Little Inc., the management consulting pioneer. The family business he inherited consisted of an engineering firm, part-interest in a Minnesota refinery, a crude-oil-gathering pipeline in Oklahoma and some cattle ranches. INSET: THREADING INTO ASIA.


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