For the first part of his life, Barry Minkow made headlines for being the youngest person in United States business history to take a company public through an S-1 registration statement before he was 21 years old.
Bob Schieffer has received virtually every award in broadcast journalism, but the greatest honor was bestowed upon him in March 2005 when his alma mater, Texas Christian University, created the Schieffer School of Journalism.
Cynthia McFadden was named co-anchor of ABC News "Nightline" in October 2005 and assumed anchor duties at the end of November; she is based in New York.
Most recently recognized for his extensive work on behalf of Vice President Al Gore in his challenge of the Florida election result, David Boies has taken part in many of the United States' more influential and noteworthy cases during his brilliant career.
Dr. David DeLong is president of David DeLong & Associates, a consulting firm based in Concord, Mass. that specializes in knowledge retention and workforce development solutions.
Health Editor for "U.S.News & World Report", member of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, served as director of the National Institutes of Health and president and CEO of the American Red Cross, Cancer Surivor
E.J. Dionne, Jr. is a widely syndicated Washington Post columnist,a regular political analyst for National Public Radio and a frequent guest on the Chris Matthews Show, the Tim Russert Show and This Week with George Stephanopoulos.
As a doctor and researcher, Hans Rosling identified a new paralytic disease induced by hunger in rural Africa. Now he looks at the bigger picture of social and economic development with his remarkable trend-revealing software.
Born in January 1968, Heather Mills is a Patron of Adopt-A-Minefield and a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador who has campaigned for over 14 years to raise funds and awareness to rid the world of landmines.
A world figure and widow of the late Egyptian President, Anwar Sadat, Madame Jihan Sadat has been active in the women's movement both in her country and in the world.
Congressman Joe Scarborough works for MSNBC as cable news host for "Scarborough Country." He also provides on air political commentary for MSNBC, CNBC, and NBC's Today Show.
During the passion of the civil rights campaigns of 1964 and 1965, Jonathan Kozol moved from Harvard Square into a poor black neighborhood of Boston and became a fourth grade teacher in the Boston Public Schools.
A former army colonel, is a well-known commentator on ethics, leadership, and international security issues, and is a military analyst with MSNBC and NBC News, as well as a regular columnist for MSNBC.com.
HOLT HAS served as a primary anchor for MSNBC's coverage of the biggest news events of the last several years, including Operation Iraqi Freedom, the war in Afghanistan, and also served as lead daytime anchor for MSNBC's coverage of Decision 2000.
Linda Kaplan Thaler has been responsible for some of the most touching, relevant and famous commercials during her 24 years in the advertising and entertainment business.
Mariane Pearl was five months pregnant when her husband, The Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was kidnapped and brutally murdered by a militant Islamic fundamentalist group in Pakistan in 2002.
Mark Victor Hansen is a professional speakers who, in the last twenty years, had made over four-thousand presentations to more than 2 million people in 32 countries.
Michael Beschloss is an award-winning historian of the Presidency and the author of eight books, including his most recent work, the acclaimed New York Times bestseller The Conquerors: Roosevelt, Truman and the Destruction of Hitler's Germany, 1941-1945.
An entertaining look at today's top news stories. She has interviewed the world's most important people for over two decades. She brings a refreshing perspective to national news and world affairs
Rikki Klieman has been an Anchor at the Courtroom Television Network in New York since October 1994, analyzing trials and legal proceedings throughout the country.
Multi-talented Rob Reiner has had one of Hollywood's more remarkable careers, having gone from celebrity's son to comedy writer to TV actor to one of film's most successful producers and directors.
Stanley Bing first made his appearance in "Esquire" magazine in 1984, writing scurrilous things about his employers and friends and giving strategic advice to those even more befuddled than he.
Emmy-award winning Host and Executive Producer of "The Colbert Report" on Comedy Central; Author of the NY Times Bestseller "I AM AMERICA (And So Can You!)"
Recipient of countless awards for both his on-screen performances and his tireless political activism, Tim Robbins' name is synonymous with politics in Hollywood today.
Afshin Molavi is the author of Persian Pilgrimages: Journeys Across Iran (Norton, 2002), which was nominated for the Thomas Cook literary travel book of the year and described by Foreign Affairs as "a brilliant tableau of today’s Iran."
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