Entrepreneur Informer celebrates the innovation, dedication, and success of a wide range of noteworthy entrepreneurs. Focusing not only on those who have had great ideas, but those who have successfully transformed their visions into original products, valuable services, and prominent companies, Entrepreneur Informer examines the trials and accomplishments of visionaries who have launched recognizable brands including Yahoo!, Home Depot, U-Haul, Best Buy, and H&M.
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- Carlos Rodriguez-Pastor: Peruvian Financial Titan
Carlos Rodriguez-Pastor was born on April 11, 1959, in Lima, Peru. His father, Carlos Rodriguez-Pastor Mendoza was a businessman and politician. Carlos studied at the Immaculate Heart College until 1968, he was 9 years old at that time when the coup forced his father, who was Central Bank Reserve executive director, into exile the following year.
The family first moved to Ecuador and later settled in California. Carlos earned his college degree at the University of California, Berkeley. He also earned an MBA degree from another university.
He moved to New York in 1989 and
- Julio Ponce: Chilean Billionaire
Julio Ponce who is in his late 60s is the chairman of Sociedad de Quimica y Minera de Chile (“Chemical and Mining Co. of Chile”). The firm is known in Chile as SQM. As mentioned in a Forbes report SQM is one of the world’s largest producers of potassium nitrate, iodine and lithium. These chemicals are used in a variety of fertilizers and LCD screens.
Julio owns around 25 percent of the publicly traded company and constitutes a big chunk of his over a billion dollar net worth. In another Forbes article it was
- Aristotelis Mistakidis: Copper Prince
Aristotelis Mistakidis was born on April 24, 1962, in Rome, Italy. Of Greek nationality he holds Greek/British citizenship. He is a graduate of the London School of Economics.
Aristotelis joined Cargill working in the company for six years trading non-ferrous metals. He then joined Marc Rich & Co. in 1993 just before there was a management buyout and it was renamed Glencore. Aristotelis worked in what would become the zinc, copper and lead department. He rose through the ranks and eventually became co-director in 2000.
Aristotelis owns 3 percent