List of Jewish American businesspeople

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

Aerospace[edit]

Cosmetics[edit]

Energy[edit]

Financial services[edit]

Food[edit]

Newspapers and publishing[edit]

Pharmaceuticals[edit]

Real estate[edit]

Retail[edit]

Tourism and hotels[edit]

Technology[edit]

Television, film and video[edit]

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  30. ^ Michael Kinsley (January 29, 2010). "How to Think About: Jewish Bankers". The Atlantic. 
  31. ^ Connie Bruck (Jan 20, 2014). "The Billionaire's Playlist". The New Yorker. 
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  33. ^ Seth Lipsky (January 24, 2016). "Could Michael Bloomberg Become America's First Jewish President?". Haaretz. 
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  36. ^ Joseph Berger (Nov 22, 1986). "THE WORLDS OF IVAN F. BOESKY; For Charities, A Benefactor". New York Times. 
  37. ^ Lianne Kollrin (Jun 15, 2017). "Jewish director of Uber resigns amid sexism row". The Jewish Chronicle. 
  38. ^ John Rossant (Mar 29, 1999). "The Reincarnation Of Peter Cohen". Bloomberg. 
  39. ^ Larry Neumeister (Nov 5, 2013). "Hedge fund giant led by Jewish billionaire to pay biggest penalty in history". The Times of Israel. 
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  44. ^ Chrystia Freeland (Oct 8, 2012). "Super-Rich Irony". The New Yorker. 
  45. ^ Charles Curtis (Sep 8, 2008). "REPORTING FROM ... MARK CUBAN'S BUSINESS LECTURE". ESPN. 
  46. ^ New York Times (Sep 14, 1987). "Miss Saltzman, Editor, Is Wed to Glenn Dubin". 
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  54. ^ Suzanna Andrews (April 2010). "Larry Fink's $12 Trillion Shadow". Vanity Fair. 
  55. ^ Erik Schatzker (Apr 18, 2017). "Larry Fink Q&A: "I Don’t Identify as Powerful"". Bloomberg. 
  56. ^ UJA-Federation of New York (2012). "Young Couples Circle". 
  57. ^ Katya Wachtel (Jan 12, 2011). "Meet The $19 Billion Hedge Fund Whose Founder Started Practicing Judaism After A Down Year". Bunsiness Insider. 
  58. ^ Peter Lattman (Dec 19, 2011). "Warren Hellman, 77, Investor Who Loved Bluegrass, Dies". New York Times. 
  59. ^ The Contemporary Jewish Museum. "Hardly Strictly Warren Hellman". 
  60. ^ Peter Chapman (Sep 2, 2010). "How trader Dick morphed into banker CEO Dick Fuld". Fortune. 
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  66. ^ New York Times (Oct 5, 1997). "Paid Notice: Deaths GOTTESMAN, ESTHER". 
  67. ^ Eytan Avriel (May 17, 2005). "Israel's Gottesman Has London Tongues Wagging". Haaretz. 
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  69. ^ Justin Martin (2000). "Greenspan: The Man Behind Money". ISBN 0-7382-0275-4. 
  70. ^ Patrick McGeehan (Nov 25, 2001). "Private Sector; Tapping the Wall Street Melting Pot". New York Times. 
  71. ^ Laurence Arnold (March 9, 2016). "John Gutfreund, Salomon's Leader in 1980s, Dies at 86". Bloomberg News. 
  72. ^ Shelly Banjo (January 31, 2011). "Banking Executive Invests $20 Million in Scholarships". Wall Street Journal. 
  73. ^ Nick Bilton (March 4, 2014). "A Conversation With Venture Capitalist Ben Horowitz on the "Hard Things"". New York Times. 
  74. ^ Danielle Berrin (March 19, 2010). "Jewish billionaire Carl Icahn wants to buy all of Lionsgate". Jewish Journal. 
  75. ^ Nelson D. Schwartz (Jun 14, 2008). "The Search for a Missing Trader Goes Global". 
  76. ^ Julie Fishman-Lapin (May 10, 2011). "June 4, 2005 Entrepreneur tells of unknown future". Stamford Advocate. Retrieved April 16, 2017. 
  77. ^ YIVO (Winter 2005). "YIVO News (No. 199)" (PDF). p. 4. 
  78. ^ Chicago Sun-Times. "Condolences: Irving Kabiller". 
  79. ^ Cassidy McDonald (Dec 22, 1016). "The Man Turning Tulsa Into Beta City, U.S.A.". New York Times. 
  80. ^ Christopher Helman (Sep 21, 2011). "George Kaiser's $10 Billion Bet". Forbes. 
  81. ^ Chemi Shalev (Dec 12, 2012). "An Evening of Affluence and Influence With the Jewish Wizards of Wall Street". Haaretz. 
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  83. ^ Connecticut Jewish Ledger (Feb 20, 2013). "KASOWITZ". 
  84. ^ Olivia Oran (Aug 4, 2016). "Jewish Billionaire Seth Klarman Joins Wealthy Republicans Supporting Clinton". Haaretz. 
  85. ^ Thomas W. Ennis (Nov 12, 1976). "Joseph Klingenstein, Broker, Dies; Helped Found Mount Sinai in 1927". New York Times. 
  86. ^ Michael J. de la Merced (Jul 31, 2015). "Jerome Kohlberg Jr., Pioneer of the Private Equity Industry, Dies at 90". New York Times. 
  87. ^ Philip Weiss (Aug 2005). "George Soros’s Right-Wing Twin". NYMag. p. 3. 
  88. ^ David Kocieniewski (Oct 30, 2004). "Jewish Leaders Assail Bush Ad Quoting Them". New York Times. 
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  92. ^ The Jewish News of Northern California (Oct 31, 2014). "Warriors Jewish co-owner says he meant to type Yiddish not hoodish". Lacob 
  93. ^ American Jewish Committee (2008). "American Jewish Committee Honors Richard J. Lampen, President and CEO of Ladenburg Thalmann" (PDF). 
  94. ^ New York Times (January 16, 1983). "MEYER LANSKY IS DEAD AT 81; FINANCIAL WIZARD OF ORGANIZED CRIME". 
  95. ^ Josh Nathan-Kazis (May 6, 2014). "Why Are So Many Pro Basketball Owners Jewish (Like Donald Sterling)?". Forward. 
  96. ^ Wall Street Week Episode 15 (2013). "One Of Billionaire Hedge Funder Marc Lasry's Daughters Got Married". 
  97. ^ Bain Capital Credit (Dec 6, 2012). "ADL Honors Jonathan Lavine with Highest Award". 
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  99. ^ Forward (Sep 18, 2012). "Romney Trashes Two-State Solution in Video". 
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