Eli Broad Net Worth
Date: 28 Mar, 2016
Eli L. Broad is one of the most successful entrepreneurs of America. He is one of the richest people in America and is the 65th richest person in the whole world. He has an estimated net worth of $7.4 billion dollars. He is the only person in the world to build two Fortune 500 companies in different sectors and industries. He is also a very famous Philanthropist of the world. He is currently 82 years old. He was born on June 6, 1933, in Bronx, New York City, U.S. He is currently staying in Los Angeles, California. He is married to Edythe Lawson. He has two children.
He is raised by a Jewish family. His father was a house painter, and his mother was a dressmaker. He completed his schooling from Detroit Public School. In the year 1951, he did his graduating from Detroit Central High School. In the year 1954, he graduated his mastering in accounting and did the minor in economics from Michigan State University. In the year 1957, he and his wife decided to make a home and Board borrowed $25000 from his wife parents. During the home making Board was responsible for the acquisition of land and materials while Kaufman was responsible for the design of the house.
He is also very interested in reading and writing. He wrote his first book in the year 2012. His book The Art of Being Unreasonable was published by Wiley and Sons was one of the best sellers of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Washington Post. He is very fond of arts and drawings. This interest of his started in the year 1973 when he and his family first time bought a Van Gogh drawing called Cabanes a Saintes-Maries.
His wiki and bio contain information about his personal life and his struggle and stories and success of his professional life. He has his art museum that is very famous. His concept of the art museum is that all his art collections and treasures of art could be seen and studied by people all around the world. He did not have a good foundation about business, but gradually he learned and understood them.