The Cheetah

Nguyen, Lan Anh
June 2008
Forbes Asia;6/2/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p30
The article focuses on Malaysian investor and dealmaker Vincent Tan. It informs that he now reigns over $4 billion network of enterprises spanning such industries as media, telecom, and real estate. Tan's flagship Berjaya Corp. has soared threefold in 2007 while the share prices of his company Berjaya Land were up more than fivefold since June 2007. Besides owning a yacht called Asean Lady with his friend Brian Chang, Tan also owns seven golf courses.


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