Eli Broad

philanthropist and developer

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Philanthropist and real estate developer, founder of the Broad Foundation; author of The Art of Being Unreasonable: Lessons in Unconventional Thinking

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On page one of Chapter One in his new book, Eli Broad reminds readers he build two Fortune 500 companies in two different industries from the ground up.

Eli Broad: the Multi-Billionaire Who's Shaping Los Angeles

On page one of Chapter One in his new book, Eli Broad reminds readers he build two Fortune 500 companies in two different industries from the ground up.

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The nation's best Museum of Contemporary Art has spent down its endowment to meet operating expenses.

Eli Broad to the Rescue

The nation's best Museum of Contemporary Art has spent down its endowment to meet operating expenses.

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Last year Eli Broad gave ten million dollars to  Green Dot Charter Schools . Today, he came up with 6 million for the  Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools .

LA Charter Schools Reap $6.5 Million Boon From Broad

Last year Eli Broad gave ten million dollars to Green Dot Charter Schools . Today, he came up with 6 million for the Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools .

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