Miller, Matthew; Serafin, Tatiana
October 2006
Forbes Asia;10/16/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 17, p96
A list of business men and women who were dropped from Forbes' list of richest people in 2006 is presented. It includes Winthrop Rockefeller of Standard Oil, Gary Comer of Lands' End, Richard Hayne of Urban Outfitters, L. Lowry Mays of Clear Channel Communications and Donald Tyson of Tyson Foods.


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