List of Jewish American businesspeople

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This is a list of notable Jewish American business executives. For other Jewish Americans, see Lists of Jewish Americans.

Advertising and public relations[edit]

Aerospace[edit]

Cosmetics[edit]

Distribution[edit]

Energy[edit]

Financial services[edit]

Food[edit]

Manufacturing[edit]

Music industry[edit]

Newspapers and publishing[edit]

Other[edit]

Pharmaceuticals and healthcare[edit]

Real estate[edit]

Retail[edit]

Technology[edit]

Television, film and video[edit]

Tourism and hotels[edit]

Notes[edit]

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  79. ^ Guelda Voien (Dec 24, 2015). "Looks Like Billionaire Leon Black Bought This Extremely Rare Talmud". New York Observer. 
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  81. ^ Connie Bruck (Jan 20, 2014). "The Billionaire's Playlist". The New Yorker. 
  82. ^ Guy Leshem (Jul 8, 2008). "Russian-born U.S. Billionaire Offers to Buy Ma'ariv". Haaretz. 
  83. ^ Seth Lipsky (January 24, 2016). "Could Michael Bloomberg Become America's First Jewish President?". Haaretz. 
  84. ^ Rone Tempest (Nov 18, 2005). "Deal-Maker's Worlds Mesh at Party in S.F." Los Angeles Times. 
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  87. ^ Lianne Kollrin (Jun 15, 2017). "Jewish director of Uber resigns amid sexism row". The Jewish Chronicle. 
  88. ^ Meryl Gordon (Dec 10, 2001). "Howard Lutnick's Second Life". NYMag. There was no Fitzgerald in the firm at this [company foundation] point. "The rumor is that Bernie Cantor invented the name so a Jewish guy could break into the Irish-dominated bond market," says Fraser. "But John Fitzgerald was a real person, a big guy in insurance, a minor partner who died in 1964." 
  89. ^ Lisa Marks (Dec 24, 2008). "Why it's still great to be Jewish in Hollywood". The Guardian. 
  90. ^ John Rossant (Mar 29, 1999). "The Reincarnation Of Peter Cohen". Bloomberg News. 
  91. ^ Larry Neumeister (Nov 5, 2013). "Hedge fund giant led by Jewish billionaire to pay biggest penalty in history". The Times of Israel. 
  92. ^ Hillel News (Sep 15, 2009). "Hillel at Kent State Dedicates New Cohn Jewish Student Center". 
  93. ^ Johanna Ginsberg (Feb 10, 2010). "Family's $5 million gift is devoted to continuity". NJJN. 
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  95. ^ Charles Curtis (Sep 8, 2008). "Reporting From ... Mark Cuban's Business Lecture". ESPN. 
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  118. ^ Peter Lattman (Dec 19, 2011). "Warren Hellman, 77, Investor Who Loved Bluegrass, Dies". The New York Times. 
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  120. ^ Vicky Hyman (Jan 29, 2016). "Porn magazine's legacy remains in N.J. collector's hands". NJ.com. 
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