EBSCO Tutorials and GuidesUseful resources 1Useful Resources 2
eBooksDatabasesCredo Reference - Economic and Finance TermsCredo Reference - Financiers & IndustrialistsCredo Reference - Executives & EntrepreneursCredo Reference - Corporate BusinessCredo Reference - Global ExecutivesGoogle Scholar/Writing ResourcesFinance - Introduction, Research, and Statistics LinksInvestment Links and Useful LinksKhan Academy - Economics and Finance
eBooksGale Virtual Reference Library eBooksDatabasesDatabases - GeneralCredo ReferenceGoogle Scholar/Writing ResourcesIndustry LinksInternational Resources
Library Electronic ResourcesDatabases - GeneralCredo ReferenceGoogle Scholar/Writing ResourcesEthics Links
Human Resources eBooksOther DatabasesDatabases - GeneralGoogle Scholar/Writing ResourcesHuman Resources - Links and Government sites
eBooksDatabases - Country InformationDatabases - GeneralReference - Library Electronic ResourcesCredo Reference - Corporate BusinessCredo Reference - Global ExecutivesGoogle Scholar/Writing ResourcesInternational Business LinksCurrency and TravelCustoms and CultureFlags, Images, and MapsInternational Resources
Credo Reference - Asia & the Middle East CountriesCredo Reference - The United KingdomCredo Reference - EuropeCredo Reference - Latin AmericaCredo Reference - North America
E-BooksDatabases - eCommerceDatabases - GeneralCredo Reference - Corporate BusinessGoogle Scholar/Writing ResourcesLinks
Economics eBooks/Current IssuesBusiness DatabasesCredo Reference - General InformationCredo Reference - Terms and ConceptsCredo Reference - Economic HistoryCredo Reference - Early EconomistsCredo Refeference - 20th Century EconomistsGoogle Scholar/Writing ResourcesEconomics Resources/Research and Statistics Links/CalculatorsInternational Economics Links and Useful Economics TutorialsKhan Academy - Economics and Finance
This is the "Credo Reference - Executives & Entrepreneurs" page of the "Business Research Country - Industry" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Business Research Country - Industry  

How to conduct business research part 2.
Last Updated: Aug 22, 2017 URL: http://libguides.warner.edu/business2 Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

Credo Reference - Executives & Entrepreneurs Print Page

Restricted Access Note

 The following are restricted to current Warner University students, faculty, and staff.

Log-in: Warner email account.

Business Executives

Entrepreneurs & Inventors

  • Jeff Bezos (1964 - ): Topic Page
    US computer entrepreneur, who founded the world-famous Internet retailer Amazon.com with an initial investment of US$300,000 from his parents. Voted Time magazine's Man of the Year in 1999, his company is one of the most frequently visited shopping sites on the Internet with an estimated 20 million customers in 160 countries, employing 17,000 staff.MORE
  • Michael Bloomberg (1942 - ): Topic Page
    US entrepreneur and politician, mayor of New York City from 2002. MORE
  • Warren Buffet (1930 - ): Topic Page
    US entrepreneur and philanthropist who achieved legendary fame as a stock market investor and is believed to have become the wealthiest individual in the world. MORE
  • Larry Ellison (1944 - ): Topic Page
    US computer entrepreneur and founder in 1977 of Oracle Corporation, the world's second largest software company. Ellison, whose biography is entitled The Difference Between God and Larry Ellison: Inside Oracle Corporation (1997), was estimated in 2000 by US financial magazine Forbes to be the second richest person in the world - after his arch-rival Bill Gates. MORE
  • Bill Gates (1955 - ): Topic Page
    US computer entrepreneur. He co-founded Microsoft Corporation in 1975, with school friend and fellow entrepreneur Paul Allen, and succeeded in converting a passion for computers into a globally dominant software business. MORE
  • Andy Grove (1936 - ): Topic Page
    Hungarian-born US computer entrepreneur. Together with Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce, Grove participated in the founding of the microprocessor manufacturing company Intel in 1968. MORE
  • William Hewlett (1913 - 2001): Topic Page
    US engineer, entrepreneur-inventor, and philanthropist who co-founded the Hewlett-Packard Company (HP) with university friend, David Packard, in 1939. The garage in Palo Alto, California, in which the company started, was designated a state Historical Landmark in 1989, and celebrated as the birthplace of Silicon Valley. MORE
  • Steve Jobs (1955 - 2011): Topic Page
    Steve Jobs was born in San Francisco, California on 24 February 1955.
  • David Packard (1912 - 1996): Topic Page
    US engineer, entrepreneur-manager, government adviser, and philanthropist, who co-founded the Hewlett-Packard Company (HP) with university friend, William Hewlett, in 1939. MORE
  • Ted Turner (1938 - ): Topic Page
    US media entrepreneur. He began his career in the 1960s in advertising, and built up the Turner Broadcasting System (TBS) communications empire from his father's billboard advertising business. MORE
  • Stephen Wozniak (1950 - ): Topic Page
    US electrical engineer and computer inventor. With Steven Jobs he formed Apple Computer in 1976 to make the Apple I. He played a major role in designing the later Apple models, Lisa and Macintosh. MORE

Loading  Loading...