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Why it’s important to know about the top entrepreneurs in the world

In a time when entrepreneurship is on the rise, the word “entrepreneurship” is often misused.

While some may see the word as a pejorative term that is meant to disparage and disparage people with no prior experience in the business, the reality is that the term has many meanings and uses, and a lot of the best entrepreneurs are the people who take it to heart and make it their life’s work.

Read moreThe top 100 entrepreneurs from around the worldIn a list of the 100 most influential entrepreneurs in history, the U.S. is number one, followed by Canada and India, according to a study by the Entrepreneurs Alliance.

The top 25 entrepreneurs in that list are: Bill Gates ($2.4 billion), Bill Wilson ($2 billion), Marc Andreessen ($2 million), Jeff Bezos ($1.8 billion), Mark Zuckerberg ($1 billion), Sergey Brin ($1 million), Warren Buffett ($1,000 million), Paul Allen ($750,000), Mark Cuban ($450,000) and Elon Musk ($250,000). 

“If you think about it, if you’re in the middle of nowhere and you start an internet company, you’re going to be making money, because it’s going to have a good ROI,” said Kevin Kelly, founder of the blog EvaluateStartups.com.

“But if you start a restaurant and you’re making money with a restaurant, the average business is going to suck.

And it’s the business owner who’s going be the one who’s in the dark, because the rest of us have no idea.”

The Entrepreneurs Network, a group of entrepreneurs and investors, released a list in 2014 that was compiled based on data from The Economist Intelligence Unit, a global data firm.

The list included data from over 1,500 companies from 100 countries.

The researchers used the data to track the growth of companies that were valued at over $10 billion and had a market capitalization of $100 billion or more. 

“This is the data that we’re looking at.

We’re not looking at a handful of companies,” said James O’Donnell, founder and CEO of Eli Lilly.

“It’s the data for a broad group of companies.” 

“These are the entrepreneurs who are taking on huge challenges, and they are doing so with their own money and with the resources that they have.”

The survey included companies with over $1 billion in annual revenue, such as Google, Microsoft, Apple, Facebook and Amazon. 

The data was compiled from publicly available data and interviews with the top 100 companies.

In the end, the list included more than 6,000 companies, with over 1.6 million employees, and an average market capitalized value of over $200 billion. 

To help create awareness for the survey, the Entrepreneur Network partnered with a number of other organizations, including The National Entrepreneurship Center, the National Association of Broadcasters, The Washington Post, CBS News, Business Insider and the American Association of School Administrators. 

One of the organizations that took part in the survey was the New York Times. 

According to The New York Post, the organization used a survey that was designed to identify and quantify “the most successful and influential people in the U, with an eye toward the people of color, the underrepresented groups, the low-wage workers, the young people, and the people from the poor and underprivileged.” 

The survey also surveyed 1,000 people from each of the countries on the list.

The results were published in September, with the data coming from Nestle, PepsiCo, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s, and General Mills. 

Nesting in the top five companies in terms of revenue, General Motors was the second-largest company on the top 100 list, with a market cap of $9.5 billion, followed closely by Dow Chemical, Google, Microsoft and Facebook. 

Dollar General was ranked sixth, followed by General Electric, Boeing and Walmart. 

On the bottom of the list was Oracle, with its $4.5 trillion market cap, followed–by T-Mobile, Dell, Sprint and United Technologies. 

As Forbes reported earlier this year, “Entrepreneurs are a bit of a black hole in terms in terms that people know who’s running the world,” said Cathy Karp, founder, Founder’s Equity, the organization that created the Entrepreneur Network.

“There’s so much of this lack of understanding of entrepreneurship and how it really works, and how to be successful.

It’s so important to have the information, and to have that