These goos are from the Business category, people famous for managing companies and influencing the economy. Browse another way.

Alan Greenspan

The span of his economic control might make you green with envy. Go »

Aliko Dangote

He may not be the richest man in the world, but he tops his region of the world. Go »

Aristotle Onassis

not Alexander's teacher Go »

Barbara Corcoran

When you want to know about real estate investment, ask a shark. Go »

Ben Bernanke

Can this government economist rescue us from the subprime crisis? It is his job, after all. Go »

Bill Gates

He's not just a rich nerd. He's super-rich... and a super nerd. Go »

Bill Gates

This philanthropist has a macro fortune from micro beginnings. Go »

Carl Icahn

Among America's wealthiest investors, he has become an icon for his aggressive criticism and hostile takeovers (and more recently, his early support of Donald Trump's campaign). Go »

Carlos Slim

holds a slender margin over the world's second-richest man Go »

Carly Fiorina

Her experience running a tech company wasn't enough for Republicans to nominate her for president. Go »

Charles and David Koch

These industrious brothers from Kansas are as famous for their success in the energy business as they are for their sizable donations to Republican and Tea Party candidates. [You must guess both names to be correct.] Go »

Charles Tandy

What do RadioShack, Color Tile, Tandy Leather, and a number of regional retail chains have in common? Go »

Clive Palmer

This Australian billionaire wants to be the second one to be on the Titanic. Go »

Cornelius Vanderbilt

This railroad magnate and university founder would have been happy to sell you a Ticket to Ride. Go »

Craig Schnuck

This goo thinks that you should help and be respectful to other people in his place of business. Go »

Dan Price

This CEO put a $70k price tag on his employees' happiness. Go »

Dave Checketts

Don't get all jazzed for your job as a general manager, Do you think he could check up on you? Go »

Donald Sterling

Business? Sports? Controversy? No, I think I should categorize this infamous Los Angeles racist under Disasters. Go »

Donald Trump

It's hard not to get fired up about this real estate mogul who treats business deals like an art. Go »

Donald Trump

This businessman, birther, and Apprentice host wants to make America great again. Go »

Elizabeth Arden

It takes a certain vanity to think you can make millions in America by leaving Canada behind. Go »

Elizabeth Holmes

This businesswoman took a bloody path from broke to billions and back. Go »

Estée Lauder

This New Yorker was much more than just another pretty face. Go »

Fred DeLuca

The original name of his sandwich shop, Pizza Marines, didn't work out, so he named it after a subterranean transit system instead. Go »

Harrison King McCann

His company's creation of the modern Santa Claus left an imprint on society lasting much longer than one month. Who's the king? Go »

Harry Gordon Selfridge

At this retailer's London department stores, the customer is always right – but the goo players aren't. There are only 7 playing days left until this goo expires. Go »

Hiroaki Aoki

rocky restaurateur Go »

Howard Johnson

He invented the franchise model of restaurant and motel chains, but his true fame came from putting his name on every location, so that weary travelers across the nation looked for "HoJo" as a respite from the road. Go »

Indra Nooyi

Recognizing the importance of a healthy diet, this innovative business leader successfully expanded the company's soft drink and snack food portfolio with items of nutritional value, such as dairy, fruit and grain products. Go »

Jack Daniel

This Tennessee distiller made his name synonymous with whiskey. Go »

Jamie Dimon

This chief executive - that's Mr. Banker to you - has been criticized for his relentless pursuit of profit. Go »

Jamie Kern Lima

This cosmetics executive just became 2400 times richer than she would have been by winning her season of Big Brother. Go »

Jeff Bezos

Amazing! This innovative leader took his business from a garage to the world's fourth most valuable public company in just 23 years. Concepts of stores without checkout lines, product delivery by drones, and wholly investing in a new market will possibly make him the richest man in the world. Go »

Jimi Heselden

He was so impressed by the Segway that he decided to take the plunge and buy the company. Go »

Jimmy John Liautaud

This sandwich shopkeeper spent years hunting for massive growth after his college business took off. Go »

John Deere

I wonder if this green-and-yellow-loving tractor magnate ever got a Dear John letter. Go »

Ken Lewis

These days, it seems like no value is more American than greed. Go »

Kenneth Lay

This energy chairman became a model of greed when he energetically bilked his investors and bankrupted his employees for billions. Go »

Kevin Feige

This Hollywood executive is like a real-life Nick Fury, assembling a shared universe of Earth's mightiest heroes. Go »

King Gillette

his shaving savings made him a loss leader (who's the king?) Go »

Laura Ashley

This Brit was Martha's role model before her financial fall from grace. Go »

Louis Chevrolet

Somehow, this race car driver born in Switzerland to French parents went on to found one of the most American of car companies. Go »

Marissa Mayer

Only a crazy person would fail to see this CEO's bright potential. Go »

Mark Cuban

Only mavericks cash in on the web's real potential. Go »

Mark Cuban

Liking pickles and mustard is not what makes this successful business owner a maverick. Go »

Marshall Field

This retailer taught his staff to field complaints with the attitude that the customer is always right. Go »

Martin Shkreli

This pharmaceutical executive and Wu-Tang fan experienced a 5000% increase in hatred of his business practices this year. Go »

Mary Barra

She was given the keys to the kingdom just in time for them to fail. Go »

Mary Kay Ash

There's no need to make up how much kash she earned. Go »

Meg Whitman

Would you bid $40 for a share in her company in one week, or Buy It Now for $60? Go »

Meyer Guggenheim

You can't make money or children in Minecraft, but this Swiss-born miner eventually had lots of both. Go »

Nolan Bushnell

Entertaining kids isn't all fun and games, even with a cartoon mouse for a mascot. Go »

Ole Kirk Christiansen

This Danish construction expert built a very successful toy business brick by brick. Go »

Paul Allen

Some people make money just to give it away. Go »

Paul Budnitz

He may know a lot about bikes and toys, but time will tell if he can make it as a free social website without ads. Go »

Phil Knight

At the intersection of sports, marketing, fashion, and controversy, this founder and former CEO has one attitude: Just goo it. Go »

Preston Tucker

This Michigander's innovative approach to automobile engineering was not successful, in part because of his innovative approach to stock fraud. Go »

Ray Kroc

His enormous success at building McDonald's into a fast-food empire probably made his competitors feel like they were trapped in a nightmarish game of BurgerTime. Go »

Richard Branson

He takes special care with first-time customers. Go »

Richard Branson

He shares a multi-billion net worth and voluminous blond hair with Donald Trump, but unlike the Republican nominee, he's a virgin. Go »

Rick Wagoner

Do people recall this accomplished executive for his business skills or for his ironic last name? Go »

Roger Ailes

When your business is Fox News Channel, you succeed by outfoxing the competition. Go »

Run Run Shaw

This movie mogul and television tycoon was prolifically philanthropic with college campuses, but not named for running repeatedly. Go »

Rupert Murdoch

When your business is the News, you succeed by outfoxing the competition. Go »

Sam Walton

Consumers enjoy this retail magnate's low, low prices, while critics complain about the comany's low, low business practices. Go »

Sara Blakely

This billionaire is shaping up to be quite an influential figure in American fashion. Go »

Satya Nadella

This engineer is going to have to go beyond the cloud to succeed in business. Go »

Sheldon Adelson

His big donations to Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney represent lines drawn in the sands. Go »

Sheryl Sandberg

Becoming a young widow with two kids might have made for some lean years if this Silicon Valley COO wasn't worth over a billion dollars. Go »

Steve Case

It takes a real nut case to take aim across America. Go »

Steve Rubell

looks like Mike Myers Go »

Suge Knight

Your days in this round are numbered. The last thing you need now is to slip up and go back to square A1. Go »

Sumner Redstone

This mogul knows all about viable commerce, broadcasting in Columbia, black entertainment, and television music. Go »

Suze Orman

When it comes to personal finance, no woman (or man) gives better advice. Go »

Tim Cook

His beloved, now deceased predecessor had a legacy of innovation. His legacy might be privacy. Go »

Todd Goldman

Some trace his success to rocky controversy, others to his willingness to face enormous challenges. Go »

Tom Stillman

This Midwesterner feels blue when he's not allowed to stand in one place for a long time, with or without one his beers. Go »

Tony Hayward

slick apologizer Go »

Vikram Pandit

city slicker Go »

Warren Buffett

Nothing makes money like money, as the world's richest man should know. Go »

Zig Ziglar

Before his recent death, he turned a successful career into sales into an even more successful career motivating professionals. Go »