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Srauss was a German-Jewish immigrant to the United States. He founded the world-famous jeans company, Levi… [More] Strauss & Co. in San Francisco in 1853. It was the first company to produce blue jeans. Today, the world “Levis” is synonymous with blue jeans. Levi never married. He left a portion of his fortune to a few philanthropies — and left his business to his four nephews. [Less]
1944: Ronald Steven Lauder
Lauder is is a Jewish-American businessman, civic leader, philanthropist, and art collector.… [More] Forbes lists him as one of the richest people in the world with an estimated net worth of $3.3 billion in 2011. He is the son of Estee and Joseph Lauder, the founders of the beaty company Estee Lauder. He has held policy and ambassadorial positions in the US government and made a bid for NYC mayor in 1989 but lost to Rudy Giuliani. [Less]
1954: Michael Bolton
Bolton is an American singer, songwriter who spanned the genres of hard rock, 80s medal, and soft rock… [More] love ballads. His most famous cover is likely “When a man loves a woman,” for which he won a Grammy award. Bolton’s achievements include selling eight top 10 albums, achieving two number one singles on the Billboard charts, and receiving awards from both the American Music Awards and Grammy Awards. Bolton was born Michael Bolotin to Russian-Jewish parents in Connecticut. [Less]