A sweet success story of Michele Ferrero

A sweet success story of Michele Ferrero  He did not give interviews, made a public appearance only in dark glasses and worked much in the laboratory inventing new kinds of sweets. The richest Italian with a fortune of 26.5 billion of dollars, who invented Nutella pasta, Kinder chocolate eggs and Raffaello candies. His education was limited to a Catholic school and even when he became richer, he did not receive MBA diploma and till the end of his life he spoke a local dialect. All this is he- Michele Ferrero (April 26,1925, Dogliani, Italy – February 14, 2015, Monaco).

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Sam Walton – the King of Retail Sales

“I have never been thoughtful and never lived in the past. On the contrary, incredible passion for fight has always been my distinctive quality. This feature supported me to keep my head above water, making me to live only in…

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Tale of Ray Charles: How an Orphan Became Prince

“I do not understand why you, sighted people, have so narrow look at the world? Open your eyes, I beg you. I am ready to absorb life like a sponge ...”We present to our readers Ray Charles – the legendary American composer…

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Jack Andraka – Young Genius

Jack Thomas Andraka (born January 8, 1997 in Maryland, USA) - is an American inventor and scientist. At the age of 16, he became widely known as the founder of innovative diagnostic of such oncology disease as the pancreatic…

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