publication date: Saturday, March 5, 2005 (part of Round XXV)

category: Business

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

explanation: Orman was a self-help author concerned with personal finance for laypeople. The phrase "or man" is a play on her last name. more…

solved by: Steve West, Matthew Preston, Denise Sawicki, Erik Bates, Steve Dunn, Amy Austin, Mike Eberhart, Aaron Shurtleff, David Mitzman, Elliot Farney, Jerry Mathis, Megan Baxter, Lori Lancaster, Aaron Fischer, Chris McKinnon, E. M., Christine Marie Doiron, Nadine Russell, Lori S., John Pierpoint, Jeff Ball, Scott Smart, and Eric Brodsky

player landmarks: This was the last goo solved by Eric Brodsky.

trivia: This goo single-handedly inspired a rename of the "Business" category to "Business & Economics." The new term still didn't describe her field very well but it was a sufficient compromise.


Similar Goos

Donald Trump

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

Marissa Mayer

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

Jamie Dimon

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