Eric Milon, Roman Jones and Mitchell Rubinson

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

The British-born Jones helped put South Beach on the nightlife map when he partnered with Eric Milon to open The Living Room on Washington Avenue, and thus South Beach’s reputation for extremely exclusive nightlife was born. Today, Opium Group, a joint venture between Jones, Eric and Eric’s brother Francis, sets the standard when it comes to nightlife. Rubinson is a principal and adviser for The Opium Group to founding Armor Inspection Services and Drill Magazine, to being former chairman of the International Fast Food Corporation and of Capital Brands. He is able to attend to these ventures thanks to his investment firm, Integrated Equities Inc., which he founded in 1985.

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Tom Gonzales

Friday, April 13th, 2012

Prior to relocating to Florida, Tom Gonzales made significant contributions to businesses within key markets that include technology, agriculture, land development, yachting, and the hospitality industries. As Founder and CEO of Commerce One, Inc., Gonzales was responsible for the company’s exponential growth that would eventually lead to one of the most successful IPO’s in NASDAQ history with a market cap peak of $21 billion. Building upon his success at Commerce One, he formed The World Port Group, a real estate holding company that would go on to assemble one of the largest holdings of commercial real-estate on Las Vegas Blvd. Gonzales currently manages his current business & philanthropic pursuits through his holding company TG Investments.

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Pamela Joyner

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

She put her hard-earned degrees from Dartmouth and Harvard to good use with a 25-year career as a money manager. But it’s not just her business smarts that keep Joyner in the Bay Area headlines. She is also a fixture on the social scene, hosting […]

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Robert Addison Day

Friday, January 20th, 2012

The billionaire grandson of Superior Oil Co. founder William M. Keck oversees the $1.3 billion non-profit W.M. Keck Foundation, which focuses on science and engineering research, medical research, undergraduate education, and Southern California.

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Nicolas Berggruen

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

Though he was once dubbed “the homeless billionaire” for his love of living out of luxury hotels, Bergggruen’s hard work traveling around the world for the Nicolas Berggruen Institute has paid off: according to Forbes, the Beverly Hills resident’s net worth of $2.3 billion makes him one of the richest men in the world.

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